The Psychology Club is a general interest club that engages in community service activities, hosts speakers in a variety of psychology-related areas, and provides opportunities for informal socializing. Membership is open to everyone.
The KSU Psychology Club sponsors a variety of activities designed to enhance the learning process, serve the local community, and provide a resource network to those interested in the discipline of psychology. The club invites a wide variety of speakers who provide valuable information on career and community service opportunities.
The club provides an annual Psychology Club Scholarship in the amount of $750 to members in good standing who are psychology majors (for more information on the scholarship visit our Facebook page, KSU Psychology Club).
The Psychology Club makes an active effort to provide members with community service opportunities and each year donates proceeds from fundraisers to local charitable organizations.
The Psychology Club also sponsors a trip to the annual Southeastern Psychological Association annual research conference (past locations include New Orleans, Memphis, Hilton Head to name a few).
For additional information about the KSU Psychology Club, contact the Psychology Club faculty advisor, Dr. Christine Ziegler or visit our Facebook page for our current schedule of events, pictures of what we've done lately, and an on-line membership application.
Psi Chi is the national honor society in psychology. Psi Chi is affiliated with the American Psychological Association and is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Its purpose is to encourage, stimulate and maintain scholarship in psychology and to promote scientific advancement in the field. The KSU chapter of Psi Chi is active in sponsoring speakers and programs of interest to psychology majors and the general Kennesaw community. Psi Chi also organizes trips to regional professional meetings in psychology.
Membership is available to students who have completed at least 9 semester hours of psychology (or have completed 6 semester hours and are currently enrolled in 3 additional hours of psychology), have declared a psychology major and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.2 (including all courses taken at other colleges) with no less that a 3.4 grade point average in their psychology courses.
For additional information about the KSU chapter of Psi Chi, contact the Psi Chi faculty advisor, Dr. Dan Niederjohn.
Active Minds is the only organization working to utilize the student voice to remove the stigma that surrounds mental health issues and create a comfortable environment for an open conversation about mental health issues on the KSU campus. We are involved in increasing students’ awareness of mental health issues, providing information and resources regarding mental health and mental illness, encouraging students to seek help as soon as it is needed, and serving as liaison between students and the mental health community. We work through campus-wide events and participating in national programs.
Membership is open to all KSU students, faculty, and staff.