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Student Organizations

Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences

Psychology student organizations at Drexel University foster connection through events and activities between students, faculty and our campus community.

Students across all levels of scholarship in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences foster connection with faculty, build supportive peer networks, and engage with the Drexel University community through active participation in the tight-knit organizations listed below.

Psi Chi — Drexel Chapter

Drexel’s chapter of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, is an organization focused on recognizing high-achieving students as they pursue careers in psychology. With Psi Chi membership comes countless opportunities to research, volunteer, and network with prominent figures and institutions in numerous fields of study. Notable chapter activities include the Psi Chi Mentorship Program and the annual Drexel Psi Chi Research Conference. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate students who meet the minimum qualifications. Psi Chi is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and an affiliate of the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Association for Psychological Science (APS).

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Students of Color in Psychology (SOCPSY)

SOCPSY prompts comprehensive educational, cultural and social discussions and events designed to combat bias, bigotry, and racism, while promoting intercultural dialogues, awareness, and respect for diversity. We strive to be positive and productive members of society in order to uplift and empower marginalized groups. We promote proactive leadership, scholarship, community outreach, and unity. SOCPSY is an inclusive group that welcomes and embraces all working towards our core values and goals.


Drexel Psychology Club

Psychology Club strives to promote interest in psychology through events, activities, and social interactions between students and faculty.

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