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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

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!


CURRENT NEWS:

 

The elections are now underway! The campaign period has started. Here are the following candidates for each position available. Their platforms can be found in the elections 2017-2018 page and the PSA Elections Facebook Page.

DATES:
NOMINATION PERIOD: MARCH 9TH-MARCH 13TH at 5:30pm: OVER
CAMPAIGN PERIOD: MARCH 14TH-MARCH 28th
VOTING: MARCH 19TH FROM 11AM-6PM

POSITIONS (in brackets are the number of positions available)

President (1): Anh Thu Ha
Vice Presidents (1): Barron Pan
Treasurer (1): Cassandra Wang
Secretary (2): Anna Chu, Cheryl Quan
Social Coordinators (2): Danielle Lim, Audreymoore Chelrize David
Seminar Coordinators (2): Becky Ziv Gross, Elizveta Klekovkina, Humma Noman, Thomas Russell
Academic Coordinators (2): Betty (Yiqi) Luo, Akanhksha George, Harrison Duong, Ming Ma
Volunteer Coordinators (2): Alexander Joseph Stirbisky, Zhuyi Wang, Vicky Wong, Natalia Calderon-Komine, Jonathan Tavares Howard

 

TO VOTE:

-to vote you must take 0.5 credits in psychology
-you can vote on MARCH 29TH from 11am-6pm by paper ballot in the PSA office located in room 509 of Sidney Smith