Anne Arundel Community College has two organizations dedicated to helping students learn more about psychology and explore careers in psychology and related fields. We hope to see you at an upcoming event!
The Psychology Club meets regularly during the Fall and Spring semesters. All meetings are free and open to all AACC students. Members of the psychology club can connect with other students who are interested in the field of psychology, have deeper discussions on various topics in psychology, go on field trips, develop leadership and planning skills, and design activities to promote better understanding of human behavior along with involvement in other fun activities. Most importantly, this is a great way to get involved with a service-learning activity and to enhance your resume/college applications. For more information, contact Dr. Calion Lockridge.
Psi Beta is the national honor society in psychology for community college students. It provides recognition for outstanding scholarship in psychology coursework. Students who qualify can become members by invitation. Students can participate in activities and events (such as community service, attending lectures, workshops and national conferences) that can enhance their knowledge and appreciation for the field of psychology. The registration fee and participation in the induction ceremony allows them a lifetime membership in the honor society. To find out more about membership in Psi Beta contact our chapter adviser, Dr. Jerina Wainwright.