Psychology Students' Association [Join/Renew]

Psychology Students' Association

This club is affiliated with The Adelaide University Union

About Us

The University of Adelaide Psychology Students' Association (PSA) is a club run by students for students. The club was formed in 2002 and continues to grow each year with support from the School of Psychology.

The main aim of the PSA is to bring an exciting social element to the study of psychology at the University of Adelaide, and to facilitate much-needed support networks between students. The PSA understands that making like-minded friends can be difficult at university, particularly as a first year or mature aged student, and so the PSA provides a fantastic opportunity to meet new people and make lasting friendships.

The activities of the PSA are diverse, being both social and academic in nature. Past events have included pub crawls, barbecues, careers evenings about psychology pathways, presentations from guest speakers, fundraisers for mental health organisations and the annual Psychology Ball.

The general atmosphere of the PSA is welcoming and relaxed. All new and continuing students from both undergraduate and postgraduate courses, either psychology based or not, are encouraged to participate in events. PSA committee members are friendly, approachable and more than happy to answer any questions you may have.

The Psychology Students' Association charges just $5 for a yearly membership subscription.
Members receive discounts and freebies at events, and can be added to our contact list to receive information about upcoming events.
Membership is open to all University of Adelaide students with an interest in psychology, and to all staff members of the School of Psychology.

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