Undergraduate Program

Applied Psychology Undergraduate Organizations

In addition to its strong, interdisciplinary curriculum, the Applied Psychology Undergraduate Program provides students with extracurricular opportunities to further bolster their educational experiences.  Both the Applied Psychology Undergraduate Club and the Online Publication of Undergraduate Studies allow students the opportunity to delve deeper into the field of psychology through a wide-range of activities.

Inside Scoop! Peer Mentorship Program

Inside Scoop! is the Applied Psychology undergraduate program’s peer mentorship program. Inside Scoop! mentors are advanced Applied Psychology students who are trained to provide academic and career information to current and prospective students. They conduct individual sessions with students, informal group informational sessions, and serve as ambassadors of the program at special events. Not sure what the difference is between clinical and counseling psychology? Don't know how to get involved with a research team? Need help on your CV? Curious about what a CV actually is?  Inside Scoop is here for you!  

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Applied Psychology Undergraduate Club (APUG)

The Applied Psychology Undergraduate Club (APUG) is a student-run organization committed to providing opportunities for students to explore the discipline of psychology outside of the classroom. Through service, social, and educational activities, members of APUG can enhance their understanding and appreciation of psychology, and the thinking that informs their professional field.

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Online Publication of Undergraduate Studies (OPUS)

This student-initiated and student-led online publication represents the Applied Psychology Undergraduate Program's commitment to encouraging students to bridge psychological theory with practice in our ever growing multicultural world. The diverse content covered in the inaugural issue reflects the breadth of interests our students have, as well as the strong research skills and hands-on experiences they gain through their coursework and field site placements.

Visit the OPUS website