Student Organizations

Getting the most out of your time at Purdue means getting involved. By participating in extracurricular activities, you can build friendships and create rewarding experiences that will last a lifetime.

Psychology Club

The Purdue Psychology Club cultivates an interest in psychology among students in all majors, enables students to participate in programs that might aid in educational and career endeavors and provides exposure to professionals in the field. We offer peer tutoring, chances to become involved in research, networking, community volunteer work, sponsor presentations for careers in the field, the opportunity to receive support from other students with similar interests, and then some. We often invite speakers from various areas of psychology to discuss the current research in the field, as well as hold GRE practice sessions. Also, we typically work in conjunction with local community outreach programs such as Mental Health America throughout the course of the semester. Psych Club meets once a month in BRNG B222. There is an annual fee of $10. More information can be found here.

Purdue Undergraduates in Psychology Research (PUPR)

Purdue Undergraduates in Psychological Research (PUPR) is a social and academic organization that focuses on bringing together undergraduate researchers and students interested in psychological research. The organization focuses on developing the research interests of its members and creates a community among students who are research assistants or are interested in the many psychology labs on campus. Students will be exposed to research from the many fields within psychology and will learn about graduate school applications, research funding opportunities, research internships, and the many opportunities on Purdue's campus. The organization meets every Monday.


Psychological Sciences, 703 Third Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907, (765) 494-6061 FAX: (765) 496-1264

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