Student Resources

Student Resources


Student SocietiesThe Psychology Student Society strives to foster a community where all paths of psychology can be explored with the respect and aid of our peers. We aim to provide opportunities for our members, regardless of creed, to socialize and move forward with their paths in psychology. 

We encourage all psychology students to participate in events so they have the opportunity to meet each other and bond to advance with their curriculum. However, all students are welcome to join. These events will be beneficial for psychology majors to gain insight with respect to their education. We also provide a space in the EA building (room 3005) for psychology students to socialize, interact and relax. Overall, we provide resources and guidance to all psychology majors and support to those pursuing a minor or with a general interest in psychology.

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The Students' Association of Mount Royal University (SAMRU) provides students with information about clubs, events, scholarships, and may other student opportunities.


Information on Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Department of Psychology

The MRU Psychology Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Committee has been formed to support, facilitate, and provide resources for our department’s collective work toward an equitable, diverse, and inclusive environment.  Please contact Tamara Jenkins if you have any questions ( You can also find us on Instagram @mrupsycedi.

How to Report an Experience of Discrimination

You can report your experience to the Chair of the department, Nancy Ogden (, by setting up a face-to-face meeting or over email. You are always welcome to bring an advocate or support person with you to any meetings. 

Alternatively, you can report your experience to the Office of Safe Disclosure at MRU.

If you want to talk about your experience(s) and process them, Student Counselling is another option.

The Office of Student Experience can help you get connected to other supports on campus as well.

Mount Royal EDI Resources

Access and Inclusion Services

The Office of Safe Disclosure

MRU Early Support

Iniskim Centre

International Student Support Centre

MRU Peer Learning Program

SAMRU Pride Centre

SAMRU Peer Support Centre

SAMRU Student Advocacy Centre

Trico Changemakers Studio

Institute for Community Prosperity

Introductory Psychology Research Participation For students currently enrolled in Introductory Psychology here is a link to SONA, the web site where you can sign up for research participation.Canadian Psychological Association (CPA)Here is a link to the Canadian Psychological Association website and career guide.

APA FormatThe American Psychological Association (APA) provides the standards and format for scholarly writing in the field of Psychology. At MRU we have developed an excellent APA format Tutorial to help students quickly and easily find the APA format information that they need. Check it out when you're writing you next paper.

Psychology BlogsBelow is a collection of interesting Psychology related blogs that might interest you.

Psychology Majors Departmental Advisors

If you are a Psychology major and your last name begins with:

If you are not a Psychology major, or if you are a Psychology major interested in pursuing a different major within the Faculty of Arts, please see the Arts Advising page here, or contact Rachel Doe, the Arts Advisor at