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The Psychology Club’s mission is to provide rewarding academic and social opportunities and support services for all Metropolitan State University students and alumni. In addition, providing unique educational and social experiences ((i.e.) professional career development conferences (MPA) and or professional local and national associations(MPA) within the field of psychology) for students with an interest in psychology and or thinking about pursuing a degree in psychology or fields psychological in nature.
To achieve its mission, the Psychology Club's goals are to (1) create an energetic and sustainably active club that assists students in having a rewarding, productive, and enjoyable experience at Metro State; (2) promote the discipline of psychology in all its diversity and stimulate academic interests and aid student's in achieving their goals by hosting a variety of events that bring people together for social or informational purposes but most often, a combination of the two; and (3) foster relationships between students, faculty and administration, student organizations, and the community through all its activities.
The Psychology Club's perspective driving the above statements recognizes and appreciates that students' career and/or self-improvement goals are fully realized not just through academic excellence at Metro but also by forming relationships that are both personal and professional. The club exists to be of service to students by providing opportunities that balance these differing, but highly complementary aspects of college life.
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Groups must have at least seven members of which four (4) are officers who are degree-seeking students and who have paid the activity fee. By submitting this form you certify that the above information is true and correct, and further, that the constitution and/or operational rules of this organization are in accordance the policies and regulations regarding student groups. You further authorize Metropolitan State to release the contact information not listed as private to those requesting information about this organization.
For purposes of this form we list the four officers as: President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. We understand that your organization Bylaws/Rules will use the actual titles for your organization.
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Dr. Mark Stasson
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