- Students will live in the Psychology at Wesley Living Learning Community in Carpenter Hall.
- In the fall semester, students will be enrolled in Introduction to Psychology (PY 100) and either Basic Writing (EN 099) or College Writing I (EN 100).
- Instructed by Dr. Albee Mendoza, students will also be enrolled the First Year Seminar, Autism Spectrum Disorders: Fact vs. Fiction.
- This course explores the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of individuals with ASD as well as career options that involve working with the ASD population.
- In the spring semester, students will be enrolled in The Psychology of Human Development (PY 232) and College Writing I (EN 100) or College Writing II (EN 101).
- Students can also enroll in a Level-II Core course (e.g., SO 205, GS 200). This learning community will have study hours in the residence hall or the Academic Resource Center. Students can also attend the Seminars for Academic Success.
- Programs include participating in events sponsored by the Psychology Club (e.g., bi-monthly meetings, movie nights), Psi Chi (e.g., donation drives, guest panels), and the Department of Psychology (e.g., end-of-semester potluck).
- Students are encouraged to visit the Wesley College Psychology Club and Psi Chi Facebook Page and follow on Twitter at @WesleyCollegePsychology
- To qualify, a student must be an incoming declared psychology major and have a high school GPA of 2.5 or more.
Serving dinner at the Interfaith Homeless Shelter
Tabling at the Majors/Minors Fair