Welcome to Monmouth University's
Undergraduate Psychology Club Website!

This will give you information about Psychology Club events, scheduled meetings, pictures, as well as a list of websites and resources that will help graduating students find work after college. This site is filled with resources for you to use whether you are a psychology major or minor.

The Psychology Club at Monmouth University was founded in 2002, as a place for students to learn about their major and become involved with activities that create both academic and social experiences. Club meetings are mostly informational and often focus on topics not traditionally covered in the classroom. Some topics include “What can I do with a Bachelor's in Psychology?", "How do I get into grad school?", “How do I choose my schedule for next year”, and "What do I need to be doing now to reach my goals?" Check out our Facebook page for the most up-to-date notices about events. The Psychology club is a great place to connect with other psychology majors and participate in events, activities, and give back to the community. The club is extremely active in planning and hosting events for our community. It is our goal to raise funds for our yearly elected charity organization, to host events for community organizations, and to have speakers on campus that can impart their wisdom to club members. In addition, the Psychology Club also allows its members the chance to attend the annual Eastern Psychological Association Conference.

There are many ways to get involved with Psychology Club. You can come to our meetings, volunteer at our events, serve on a committee, or take leadership positions within the club. Becoming a member is as simple as participating in our activities and attending our meetings.

*Meetings are generally held on the third Wednesday of every month from 3:00-4:00 PM in room 120 of Edison.