Congratulations to Raquel Galiano for receiving the President's Award for Psychology!

Congratulations to Mary Hutti for receiving the Ralph McClain Social Science Award!

Congratulations to all of the Psychology Students nominees and recipients of the 2018 Student Organization & Leadership Awards

Greek Woman of the Year Nominee

Lauren Kasuda

 

Greek New Member of the Year Nominee

Breanna LeBouf

 

Outstanding Student Organization Award Recipient

PSI CHI: Psychology Honors Society

 

Pillar Award: Leader for Others Nominees

Dot Brown

Ellie Seiter

 

Pillar Award: AMDG Nominee

Shelby Smyth

 

Pillar Award: Oscar Romero Nominee

Mary Hutti

 

Spirit of Spring Hill Award Recipients

Iriel Evans

Shelby Smyth

Mary Hutti

Lauren Kasuda

Kim Novak

 

Mark D. Ridgely Award Nominees

Elizabeth Klein

Shelby Smyth

 

Commitment to Diversity Award Recipient

Mary Hutti

 

Student Lifetime Achievement Award Nominees

Lauren Kasuda

Kim Novak

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Spring Hill College Department of Psychology prepares students for graduate training in clinical, counseling, school and a wide variety of experimental psychology programs.

We prepare students to directly apply their education to a variety of mental health fields and other areas. In addition, the psychology program at Spring Hill College provides courses in support of the nursing program, as well as a certificate program in gerontology.

The Department of Psychology has three goals:

(1) to contribute to the students’ liberal education and to help the students learn more about themselves so that they may make effective decisions about their lives;
(2) to prepare students for graduate school if they wish to continue their education; and
(3) to give practical education and field experience to enable students to find jobs in psychology-related fields immediately after obtaining the baccalaureate degree. A unique feature of the program at Spring Hill is the dual emphasis on personal growth and high standards of academic scholarship.

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Department of Psychology contact information: Phone 251-380-3050, Fax 251-460-2115