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Departmental Opportunities

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Community Projects

A minimum academic year commitment in which principles of psychology are applied to service problems in the community; students serve as nonprofessional mental health workers in supervised experiences in schools, hospitals, and other nontraditional settings. Read more about the community projects program.

Psychology Honors Program

A three-semester pattern of courses designed to offer an opportunity to work on a specific research project and prepare an undergraduate Bachelor's thesis. Read more about the honors program.

Departmental Distinction

All students that want to receive recognition for excellence in their research by graduating with Distinction in Psychology must Read more about graduating with distinction.

Undergraduate Awards

There are currently two awards that undergraduate Psychology majors can apply for: the Janet Tritsch Award and the Julie Sutton Osgood Award. Other undergraduate awards are given at the discretion of each division within the Psychology Department. Read more about the Janet Tritsch and Julie Sutton Osgood Awards.

There are currently two awards that undergraduate Psychology majors can apply for: the Janet Tritsch Award and the Julie Sutton Osgood Award. Other undergraduate awards are given at the discretion of each division within the Psychology Department. Read more about the Janet Tritsch and Julie Sutton Osgood Awards.

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