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Psychology Club

Psychology Club

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The Psychology Club was created to provide an opportunity for students to learn about the profession of psychology and its varied practices. The club helps to advance students’ understanding of psychology’s role in our society and in their own personal lives. For those interested in a career in psychology, the club provides opportunities for increased exposure to the professional roles and responsibilities of psychological professionals and the education necessary for various careers in psychology.  

Club membership is open to any Farmingdale student who has a special interest in Psychology and wishes to explore that interest with other FSC students. The Psychology Club is an officially recognized organization of Farmingdale Student Government.

Club activities include:

  • Meetings 4-6 times each semester
  • Club fundraisers
  • Speakers from local graduate programs
  • Trips to psychology-related cultural events
  • Talks from practicing psychologists
  • Attendance at regional professional and undergraduate conferences

In addition, the Club provides financial support for local/regional conference attendance--particularly for students who are presenting their work.  


Spring, 2014 club meeting dates:
February 18
March 4
April 1
April 22
All meetings are held from 3:05-4:20 in Gleeson 243. Join us!


Psychology Club Officers:
President: Amanda Robinson
Vice President: Matthew Faulhaber
Treasurer: Lauren Bellissimo
Secretary: Ashley Gabriel
Psi Chi Liaison: Diane Lollo
club officer

Want to learn more about the club, meeting times, and upcoming activities? Join the Psychology Club Facebook page. Search: Farmingdale State Psychology Club.

If you have additional questions about the Psychology Club, contact club advisers Dr. Marya Howell-Carter or Dr. Marla Johnston for information.