The American Psychological Association of Graduate Students - is APA's single largest continuing committee and constituency group and the largest organized group of psychology graduate students worldwide.
Are you a student studying psychology? If so, you can join APA and will automatically become a member of APAGS!
If you're already a member, there are many ways to get involved in APAGS; for example, you can seek a position on the APAGS Committee, write for the Newsletter or this website, present an APAGS-sponsored program at the APA Annual Convention, serve as an APAGS Campus Representative, or get involved in federal and state legislative advocacy!
Contact us to learn more:
Dr. Faith-Anne Dohm, Faculty Advisor:
APAGS Mission Statement:
- Promote the highest standards in the research, teaching and practice of psychology to further the education and development of all psychology students.
- Represent all graduate study specialties of psychology, facilitating information exchange between these groups.
- Promote leadership development to communicate and advocate for students' concerns.
- Establish and maintain channels of communication between APAGS and schools, universities, training centers, institutions and other members of the psychological community.
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