University of Minnesota
Department of Psychology

Department of Psychology's home page.

Student Organizations

Psychology Department Opportunities

  • Psychology Club: Open to all students with an interest in psychology
  • Psychology International Student Assosication (PISA): Open to international students majoring or minoring in psychology
  • Psi Chi: The International Honor Society in Psychology - Membership by application

All Are Welcome!

All student group meetings (Psi Chi/Psychology Club and PISA) are informal and open to new members.

Psi Chi/Psychology Student Club are open to anyone who is interested in psychology. Because this organization includes both the Psychology Club and Psi Chi, all students are invited and encouraged to attend. Membership is not required.

Past Psi Chi/Psychology Club meetings and events have included graduate students talking about applying to and getting into grad school, faculty members giving talks on their research/teaching interests, attending local conferences, fundraising, and volunteering. Future meetings and events are tailored to student interests, so any input and ideas are greatly appreciated.

PISA is an organization to bring together international students studying Psychology.

Meetings for all student groups are biweekly and are published in the Psych Scoop, the weekly undergraduate psychology e-newsletter. If you wish to receive the Psych Scoop, please email:

For further information about meetings and events, contact Psi Chi at, and PISA at

Other Campus Opportunities

Psychology students may benefit from getting involved in other related student groups on campus as well. Visit the Student Union & Activities website for a complete list of groups.
Some suggestions for Psychology majors include: