Student groups

Join one of our student organizations!

The Psychology Club is open to all students on campus with an interest in psychology. The club holds popular social gatherings during the year, raises money for local non-profit organizations, and is a good resource for learning more about opportunities in the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. 

The Neuroscience Club hosts discussions about hot topics with PBS faculty. Members support each other during registration and in gathering information and making decisions about graduate school. 

The Psi Chi Honors Society is a nationally-recognized honor society for Psychology students. Its members are committed to academic excellence, philanthropy, and preparing to enter graduate school or launch a career upon graduation. 

ADAPT Consulting provides undergraduate psychology students with an out-of-classroom experience often found in graduate schools. Students who are accepted into ADAPT work with a project group throughout the semester. Each project group works with a local business or non-profit organization to solve a problem that matters in the real world, right now. Projects can range from employee morale to better performance reviews.

The Student Organization for Cognitive Science (SOCS) provides a community for Cognitive Science students at Indiana University. Each year SOCS organizes a research conference on campus at which undergraduates present their work.

Psychology and neuroscience majors are multifaceted and multitalented. Explore further to find groups that will uniquely suit you. Club Sports? Human Resources? College Mentors for Kids? Go for it!