Department of Psychology
A major in psychology provides knowledge of human behavior that prepares individuals for careers in health care, government, business, industry, research, and education.
Psychology majors share a desire to understand human nature and to have a positive impact on society.
Intercession 2020/2021 and Spring 2021 Registration
To request approval to register for Winter Intercession 2020/2021 and Spring 2021 Psychology courses, you will need to submit a Psychology Intercession (Dec. 14 – Jan. 15) Course Approval Form and a Psychology Spring 2021 Course Approval Form. For a detailed list of instructions about the course approval process, see the Psychology course registration page.
Psychology Student Representative
Mr. Jace T. King was elected to serve as Psychology student representative for the 2020-2021 school year. Congratulations Jace!
You can contact the Psychology student representative if you have information that you would like to share with the Psychology Department.
Award Winning Students
Take a look at the Psychology students who received the 2020 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences annual awards.
Take a moment to read about some of our terrific students who exemplify Leadership Lived: Ashley Beaton, Alice Caceres-Turcios, Areli Calderon, Rhilee Cochran, Ashti Dawson, Danielle Gibbs, Hailey Hawkins, Aretha Hughes, LeAnna Kehl, Jasmin Lisowski, Kelsey Marucco, Patricia Mubirigi, Rebbecca Ramirez, Connie Sifuentes, and Nick Zambito. You make us proud!
Psychology Online Degree
The B.A. degree is now offered in an online format in addition to our existing on ground format.
Graduate School Workshop
Thinking about applying to graduate school in psychology? If so, you may want to review the slides and handouts from the Spring 2020 Graduate School Workshop:
- Graduate school workshop slides
- Graduate school resources
- Comparing graduate schools spreadsheet
- Tips for writing personal statements
- Letter of recommendation form
- Information about the GRE
Information for Students
The Psychology Club is open to all students at UIS. The mission of the club is to advance students’ professional development through research, fundraising, and volunteering with others on campus and in the community. Many students in Psychology Club are also members of Psi Chi, an international honor society in psychology, as a result of their high academic achievements. If you would like more information, contact the president of the Psychology Club, Alice Caceres-Turcios. Email: Ms. Caceres-Turcios