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!
The PSA Elections Team* would like to thank everyone who ran in this year’s elections and also those who voted. We have an amazing team for 2016-2017, we know next year will be an amazing one for the PSA!
To those of you ran and did not win, or those who could not run at all in this election, I’d like to say that being an executive is not the only way to participate and work with the PSA. There are many non-execs this year who have done an amazing job supporting the association and deserve our gratitude. There’s a lot of work to be done and PSA would not be the same without the help of our volunteers and committee members. We strongly encourage you all to continue being active PSA members!
Finally… Presenting the 2016-2017 PSA Executive Committee:
Congratulations to all of you! Wishing you all the best~!
*Team consisted of outgoing executives: Aaron Wang (Seminar), Ai Nguyen (Treasurer), Justin Kwok (Social), and Kitty Wong (VP).