Why should you join?
The Psychology Society of Carleton University is a huge networking base that allows you to interact with other Psychology students, Psychology Faculty and psychology-based communities. We provide diverse events on a social, academic and professional level. It is important during University that you become active in order to apply for Graduate school or build your resume. Plus, you get to have an incredible time with people who have similar interests!
Becoming a member allows you to receive newsletters once a month that will include comprehensive Graduate school reports, volunteering & research opportunities, information on PSCU and departmental events, and much more! Still on the fence? Shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns you may have.
Where Can I Join?
Application forms are right here and are being accepted at all of our events. Please remember your $10 membership fee!
We are always accepting new members! We look forward to meeting you.
This year, we'll be offering CCR Credits to any member who receives at least 10 stamps through attending or participating in our events! Movie nights and general meetings are worth 1 stamp, social events are worth 2, and volunteering and grander-scale events will be worth 3 stamps. Check back in to have a look at our upcoming events and how many CCR stamps you can earn!
Salisha Natalia – Founding member & President in 2012/2013
“The society has added to my positive experience within my program and at Carleton. I have been a part of the society for three years and continue to benefit from the incentives provided. In particular, my involvement has allowed me to develop more friendships, professional relations and build upon my volunteering opportunities. I highly recommend being a part of such an amazing group of students. I look forward to the ongoing advancement of the society and the wonderful impact it has at Carleton University!”
Jonathan Nickel – Founding member & Media Executive
“Being a part of the Psyc society since its inception has been a highly fulfilling experience; watching the society grow to connect students, executives, and teachers to work together promoting a common cause. Every time a Psyc representative promotes the society in a Psyc class I feel great pride in knowing that I was a part of the team that started the whole thing”
Sarah Fleet – PSCU member & Volunteer
“Joining the Psychology Society is a great way to meet new people and gain valuable knowledge and experience in psychology related fields. I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience with the society and it has helped me decide on future degree and career goals.”
Mariya Davydenko – PSCU member & Volunteer
"Volunteering with PSCU at A.P.P.L.E. has given me experience in interacting with people who have mental disorders. Every time I volunteer at A.P.P.L.E. it reaffirms my dream of being a clinical psychologist."