Psychology Club

The psychology club at CUW includes members who are students majoring or minoring in psychology – as well as those students with an interest in the field of psychology and helping others. It provides an opportunity for students to get involved in campus life, practice leadership roles, engage in teamwork and learn about the field.

The club’s president represents the organization in CUW’s Student Government Association. Other officer positions include vice president, treasurer and secretary. Dr. Rachel F. Pickett is the psychology club’s faculty advisor.

The psychology club and its members take part in many exciting activities. For example, the club members participate in campus wide activities such as “Faces of Depression” which displays artistic expressions of depression. The club also partners with the Nursing Home Ministry and other Campus Ministry endeavors and works with CUW’s comfort dog – Zoey. They host a number of student support events that help psychology majors and minors be successful and prepare for graduation. Members enjoy meeting and sharing food and conversation about current topics in the field of psychology. The club also takes trips into the community by volunteering at and touring a variety of mental health agencies.

Getting involved is easy and looks great on a résumé! Whether you are thinking about entering a health services field upon graduation or are interested in applying for graduate school in the mental health field – membership in CUW’s psychology club can help give you that competitive edge!

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