Message from the Chair
Welcome to the Sacramento State Psychology Department's web site. Please explore the site to learn about our undergraduate and graduate programs, our dedicated faculty and staff, and our outstanding student groups. Opportunities for learning extend beyond the classroom to involvement in research labs and community settings, where students learn skills that include scientific thinking, research and analytic strategies, multicultural awareness, and ethical decision-making.
Be sure to meet with us in person as well as visiting us online. Prospects peer mentors are available to answer questions and to support your undergraduate experience Monday through Friday, 9 AM-4 PM in AMD 358, and faculty are available in office hours to discuss your interests and goals.
Rebecca Cameron,Ph.D., Interim Department Chair
Department of Psychology on Social Media
|September 26||Last day for late registration.|
Dreamer Resource Scholarship DUE!
The scholarship is designed to help alleviate the financial uncertainty that comes along with being undocumented. For information visit www.csus.edu/sernacenter.
|October 14||Last day to submit Psychology Department Supplemental Application.|
|October 21 @ 4pm||Deadline to submit Psi Chi applications.|
|November 7 (9am-3pm; Redwood Room, Univ. Union)||
Student Research Fall Forum
Register at csus.infoready4.com by 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13. Questions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. by October 13.
The Spring 2017 Supplemental Application closes October 14!
We will be offering several information sessions for undergraduate students seeking admission into the Psychology Bachelor's Program. These information sessions will be offered at different times and days to accomodate various students' schedules. During the information sessions we will go over the application process in detail helping you ensure that your materials are complete and your application is reviewed. Attendance to the information sessions is not mandatory but is strongly encouraged.
Here are the dates and times:
- Monday, October 10th, from 3:30pm-4:30pm in Amador 308
2016 Annual Research Conference: "Making a Difference with Scientific Discoveries. NOVEMBER 1 (12pm-3pm; Redwood Room, Univ. Union)
Prospects provides psychology majors with information and experiences necessary for developing academic goals, skills, and a better understanding of how to navigate the Psychology Department. Peer Mentors enable others to excel and understand academics and the major requirements.