Welcome to FSU's Student Psychology Association!
Student Psychology Association (SPA) is an organization committed to helping those with an interest in psychology. This help comes in the form of aiding in the decision of which field of study to pursue and emphasizing important components necessary for getting into graduate school, among other things. The organization is capable of attending and creating events on campus, utilizing committees to execute special interests, and becoming an outlet for social entertainment. SPA strives to become a well-known organization on campus that will be beneficial, not only to psychology majors, but those who have a general interest in the field. Please feel free to attend meetings at any time; we would be delighted to have you.
SPA is a great way to get involved within the field at FSU. If you have any questions about the organization or want to be part of a something fun and productive, do not hesitate to join or ask questions.
Thank you for your interest!
Meeting Day and Time: Monday, 6:00 pm
Meeting Location: FLITE 442
The Student Psychology Association (SPA) is an organization committed to helping those with an interest in psychology in deciding what field of study to pursue and emphasize important components necessary for getting into graduate school. The organization is capable of attending and creating events on campus, utilizing committees to execute special interests, and become an outlet for social entertainment. SPA strives to become a well known organization on campus that will be beneficial not only to psychology majors, but those interested in the field. Please feel free to attend meetings at any time; we would be delighted to have you.
College of Arts & Science
Please enter just the Box Number or File.
New RSOs who have not been approved yet, please enter "File."
What else should people know about your meetings? Do you only meet once a month? Do attendees need to be added to an agenda? Is the location hard to find? If attendees need ADA accommodations, whom should they contact?
We meet regularly every Monday throughout the semester on the 4th floor of FLITE in room 438. We also hold study hours after every meeting for any student who needs extra help, or just a place to study.
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We provide the resources that can help advance your psychological knowledge and understanding of what happens next after Ferris!
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process. This may include a GPA requirement, try-outs, degree program, etc.
Psychology majors and minors, or anyone who has an interest in psychology.
Why should people join? What makes your group special? What will students gain by being a member?
SPA is an excellent RSO for psychology majors/minors, as well as anybody interested in the field of psychology. Psychology majors and those interested in psychology are given the opportunity to network with other students as well as faculty to gain a larger group of friends and contacts that ultimately help them to succeed.
Does your group have a fundraising, volunteer, or service initiative? Do you consistently work with a non profit organization?
SPA fundraises throughout the year in order to raise money for our trip to Chicago, which occurs in May every year. This trip is a great experience for everyone in the group, as we attend the Midwest Psychological Association's conference in downtown Chicago. Everyone in the group has the opportunity to be exposed to research done by other undergraduate students as well as graduate students while experiencing the city of Chicago.
SPA also participates in community service activities throughout the year in Big Rapids, such as the Big Event.