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Clubs & Organizations

Psych Association

The BYU Psych Association provides many great experiences for psychology students. We help students prepare for graduate school by networking with other students, faculty, and providing research opportunities. We also have many activities for students to participate in including fun social events and a monthly faculty lecture series where students can get to know the professors and the various careers in psychology.

To get involved and stay up to date on what we are doing, follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

Join Psych Association today! Click here to fill out the membership application.

Psi Chi

Psi Chi (pronounced "sigh-kye") is the National Honor Society in Psychology. Membership is open to graduate and undergraduate men and women who are making the study of psychology one of their major interests, and who meet the minimum qualifications. Visit the Psi Chi website to learn more If you have been accepted for fall semester, come to the Psychology front desk in 1001 KMBL to fill out two more forms and pay a $70 fee with either cash or check.

Deadlines for Psi Chi applications are in the beginning of Fall and Winter semesters.

For questions email

Intuition: The BYU Undergraduate journal of Psychology

Intuition is an undergraduate academic journal that is managed, edited, and designed by an editorial board composed of students and faculty. Intuition publishes psychological essays, reviews, research, studies, and/or creative works by psychology undergraduates. Intuition allows students to showcase their work and gain publication experience, while also creating an incentive for students to perform research and to create. In the editorial process, Intuition gives students valuable experience reviewing and editing manuscripts as well as learning how to be critical reviewers and consumers of psychological literature. In addition, Intuition allows all involved students to network with other high-achieving students and faculty through the experience of publishing. Come join our effort to further the study of psychology at Brigham Young University.

For more information, visit the Intuition website. If you have any questions, please email the staff at

To join, visit this page.

William James Society

The William James Society seeks to honor the intellectual legacy of the “Father of American Psychology” by providing a space for students and faculty to come together and discuss critical issues at the intersection of psychology, science, philosophy, religion, and culture. We strive to cultivate an interdisciplinary approach to the study of psychology that engages questions about the role that meaning, social relationships, experience, morality, and agency play in fostering a broader and deeper understanding of human life.

Our activities include: Faculty Guest Lectures, informal group discussions, movie nights, panel presentations, social events, and more!

Follow us on Instagram for info on upcoming events and click here to join the William James Society.

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We look forward to seeing you soon!

National Alliance on Mental Illness Club

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The National Alliance on Mental Illness (or NAMI) is the nation's largest organization dedicated to improving mental health. Our BYU chapter is one of hundreds of local affiliates, and we aim to promote leadership among our members and advocate for better mental health resources on campus. If you join NAMI, you will be immediately placed into a leadership council centered on either Education, Outreach or Support. We run weekly support meetings, host campus-wide events and listen and empower those struggling with their mental health. You are not alone! Email for more information.

Counseling and Psychological Services Students Outreach Council (CAPS SOC)

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We are seeking undergraduate volunteers who are dedicated, motivated, and hard-working, and are interested in giving meaningful service, to join the Counseling and Psychological Services Student Outreach Council (CAPS SOC). Students on the Council help plan, coordinate, and carry out the emotional wellness outreach efforts of the Counseling and Career Center. Outreach efforts of the Council include: informing students of the mental health services available on campus, educating the campus community about important emotional wellness topics, and teaching skills to improve students’ mental wellbeing. Council members will gain valuable leadership experience and training. Service on the Council may be of particular interest to students who are interested in exploring careers in mental health and other helping professions.

The council meets Thursdays from 11am-12pm. To join the council or to hear about the council's current efforts, please send an email to

Student-Led Belonging & Diversity Committee

This student-led committee is always looking for students to volunteer at events. Find more information on their volunteer page.


The BYU Alumni Organization has a BYU Psychology Alumni Chapter. We provide additional information about this organization on our alumni page: