Students in Educational Psychology
Graduate students in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Kansas are truly exceptional and challenge each other, and our faculty, as we expand our knowledge in psychology and education with cutting-edge research. Many students find supportive cohorts and student organizations that build cohesion and lifelong friendships.
As a student in the Department of Educational Psychology at KU, you are offered a variety of ways to get involved; to meet and engage with fellow students; to explore academic opportunities; and to gain more than an education while at KU. In addition to the student organizations available in EPSY, there are more than 600 clubs on campus to get involved with. The KU Student Involvement & Leadership Center (SILC) prepares students to become contributing citizens of society by providing meaningful co-curricular experiences.
Learn more about our EPSY student organizations:
- Counseling Psychology Student Organization (CPSO);
- International Students Education Association (ISEA);
- Graduate Association of School Psychologists (GASP);
- Graduate Organization of Educational Psychology & Research Students (GOEPRS).
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