Platform for Co-Presidents

Co-Presidents (2) Amanda Ma — In Slate with Tiffany Yang Hi everyone!  My name is Amanda, and I’m an incoming 4th year student at UofT! I’ve been on the PSA team for two years now with experience as a social subcommittee member and social co-coordinator for the past year with Tiffany! I’ve developed an extensive understanding of the club’s dynamics and the various roles and responsibilities of each team member. I am excited to announce that Tiffany and I will be running in a slate for co-president for the upcoming school year! As a dedicated team with the goal of […]

Office Hours Winter 2024

PSA Weekly Hours are back with a new schedule for the winter semester! 🥰🥳 Students’ Office Hours are designed to be an in-person discussion based session! Students can drop-in at the PSA office (SS 509) to ask any questions and connect with other psychology undergraduates. This is a great opportunity for psychology students to participate in small-group discussions, while learning from the experiences of our general volunteers and subcommittees! Study-with-Me Hours are designed to provide students with a quiet in-person study session! In these sessions, psychology students can attend the specified study group rooms around the St. George Campus (Robarts […]

Alcohol Drinking & Cognitive Processing Study

Hello! The Ito-LiMBiC & Lee-MTL Labs at UTSC are looking to recruit alcohol drinking participants, aged 18-25, to participate in a 2 hour online research study on cognitive processing. You’ll be compensated $10/hr for your time.If you are interested in partaking in this study and fit the eligibility criteria, please call us at 416-208-5128 or email us at ETOHSTUDYRECRUITMENTUTSC@GMAIL.COM!


U of T SPRINT is looking for volunteers! The U of T Summer Psychology Research Initiative (SPRINT) Program is an outreach program for underrepresented high school students, who are interested in learning about psychology and gaining research experience. This role will be an excellent experience if you are an undergraduate psychology student, interested in EDI initiatives, program planning, psychology instruction, and mentorship. See flyer for more information!

PSA Seminar Survey

To assist with our Fall 2021/ Winter 2022 planning, the PSA Seminar Coordinators have created a Google Form to gauge topics of interest from the Psychology student body! In order to cater to YOUR interests, we would be very grateful if you could please fill out the short form below to indicate your ideas, interests and preferences. These seminars are for you, and we want to ensure we deliver engaging, fun, and relevant seminars to the Psychology student body. This form should take about 5-6 minutes to complete:

Academic Success Support for Students

While we’re all doing a lot of remote work these days, Academic Success has online supports to help you out! There are two resources that might be of special interest, both of which are running throughout finals season (and will resume in the new year too): You can book an appointment with an Academic Success peer mentor to get fast support with: reading and note-taking for tests, exams and assignments finding motivation and overcoming procrastination when working remotely setting and achieving goals making schedules to manage multiple aspects of your life and your academic expectations knowing and accessing the University’s services and […]

Black Lives Matter – A Brief History of Racism in Psychology

The Psychology Students’ Association at the University of Toronto (St. George) stands in solidarity with and in support of the black community, who have been unfairly treated and brutalized by racial injustices. In light of the Black Lives Matter movement, we would like to pause, reflect, and learn about systemic racism in academia and in particular, psychology.  Psychology is a field that people often look to in order to answer questions about racism. What kind of stereotypes do people have about black people? How do these prejudices manifest? What can be done to combat racism? However, it is also important […]