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The Department of Psychology wants you to succeed! Many resources are available to help you do just that.

Peer Mentors

CoLA Peer Mentors are 3rd and 4th year students who have been selected to serve as role models and guides to first year students in their academic department. Peer Mentors can help new students with a wide range of questions and concerns. They also plan programs and events for their academic departments; as well as, collaborative events for the College of Liberal Arts.

To set up an appointment contact them via email!

Victoria Lezette <>
Devann Lowe <>

Psychology Student Society

“The Psychology Student Society is dedicated to bringing a sense of community to the psychology department at RIT by providing mentoring and advising to majors and general students alike. Through hosting activities and events we hope to give back to university as well as provide department students with some entertainment during the stressful terms. In addition, PSS endeavors to serve as a source of intellectual discussion for those interested in the filed of psychology. We welcome and encourage faculty, staff, and students who are interest or involved in the field of psychology to join us! More than anything, we are each others' most valuable resource.”  (Taken from the Psychology Student Society website)

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Useful Links

Graduate School

APA Guide

Psychology Scholarships