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Psychology Students' Association


The UQ Psychology Students' Association (PSA) is the main student society for students studying psychology at the University of Queensland, though we welcome anyone with an interest in the field!


The PSA aims to enhance university life for psychology students and our members, by supporting students’ personal and professional development, fostering their engagement with the School of Psychology, and providing a platform from which students’ opinions, ideas and concerns are heard by the School.

We organise events, both on and off campus, that promote both the social and academic pursuits of our members. The PSA provides opportunities in all aspects of student life, from social and academic events, through to sporting teams and career development functions.

Why join the PSA?

Being a member of the PSA has many benefits, including:

  • Social and sporting opportunities to meet other like-minded students and make friends
  • Career building and professional networking opportunities
  • Discounts to all PSA events
  • Discounts and deals with all of our sponsors (see Facebook page for full details

The PSA welcomes all volunteers and would love to hear from you if you are interested in getting involved or would like to attend any of our committee meetings. Feel free to send us a facebook message at, email us at, or join our volunteer sub-committee page at

Contact Us




Social Director

Careers director

Engagement director

Social coordinators

Sports Coordinator

Community and Industry Coordinator

Research Experience Coordinator

Work Experience Coordinators

Academic and School Coordinator

Media and Design Coordinator

First Year Coordinators

Merchandise Coordinator

Fundraising Coordinator

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