What is UPA?
The Undergraduate Psychology Association (UPA) is a group of students who share a passion in exploring Psychology. All majors are welcomed to join. UPA sponsors academic, career-oriented, and social events during the school year. The primary goals are to help undergraduates learn more about psychology in a non-classroom setting, foster student-faculty communications, and facilitate the awareness of professional opportunities related to psychology.
How Do I Get Involved?
Generally we do not host weekly meetings for the entire undergraduate psychology association, that would be a lot of people in one room! We do, however, offer events for all UPA members. Check out our calendar to learn more.
Psychology Department Newsletter
Check out UPA in Swift Thinking, the quarterly psychology newsletter to see more of all things psychology at Northwestern!