Student Resources

Student Resources


Student SocietiesThe Psychology Students' Society (PSS) is an excellent resource for our students. The PSS is a great way to get to know one another and to network with other students. This network can be used to find study partners, but more importantly can be used to find other passionate students with interests similar to yours. The PSS can be found in room EA3004, or you can check out their website.

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

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

*NOTE: Between June 15th and August 15th, department advisors are not available. Please direct all advising requests to Arts Advising at

If you are a Psychology Major and would like program advising you can contact your in-house advisor. These are assigned by student's last name.
If you are a Psychology major and your last name begins with:
A-Lh: your advisor is Naomi Grant
Li-Z: your advisor is Cass Foursha-Stevenson

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 contact the Arts Advisors -