The Student Circle promotes communication among Black Psychology students and facilitates academic and professional success. The Student Circle is committed to advancing training that enhances the well-being of people of African descent. Student Circle members are graduate and undergraduate students in psychology or a closely related discipline.
Student Circle goals are:
  • To organize student input into the Association.
  • To develop programs that benefit students.
  • To aid students in the process of entering and succeeding.
  • To promote psychology as a major and as a profession among graduate and undergraduate students.
Student Circle activities include:
  • “Jegnaship” Mentoring
  • Panel Discussions
  • Workshops on Graduate School
  • Attending Conferences
  • Conference Presentations