What is the PSA?
The Psychology Students’ Association (PSA) is an organization of undergraduate psychology students at the University of Toronto. You, the undergraduate psychology students, elected us!
Our goal is to broaden students’ participation in the life of the Psychology Department and the University beyond the classroom. As a student taking a course in psychology, you are a member of the PSA.
Our organization has many purposes. It serves as:
- a liaison between staff and students (an avenue for both compliments and complaints)
- an information service about the department, graduate schools, and just about anything psychology related
- an educational service
- a small test and calendar library
- a social network
Take a look at our Constitution!
Dear Psych Students,
Welcome back! We hope you all had a restful winter break! With school already getting back into the swing of things, the PSA is holding a General Meeting to inform you about the future of this Winter Semester!
Come out to learn about what we have planned for you and seek out new volunteer opportunities available!
In addition, we will also be discussing and voting for changes to our constitution! As an Undergraduate Psychology Student, YOU have a say on the changes to the constitution of the PSA. Come and practice your rights!
;TLDR? Here’s the basic breakdown of what’s going during the meeting:
- Learn about PSA events for the winter semester
- Ask questions and talk to execs about what you want to see
- Vote on changes to the constitution
- Learn about volunteering opportunities available
- Meet other psych students
- Get some light refreshments (aka free food)
Can’t wait to see you there!
– The PSA Executive Council