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ABPsi OSU Student Circle

About OSU's ABPsi Student Chapter

  • The Association of Black Psychologists at Oklahoma State University Student Circle is a student chapter with the mission to empower and equip all Black, African Americans, and other Minorities in Psychology. This Chapter promotes mental stability, success, and knowledge of various outlets and fields in psychology.
  • The Chapter is organized to operate exclusively for educational purposes, networking and bonding opportunities, and career advancements, including but not limited to: Promoting and advancing minorities in Psychology, Influencing and affecting community change, and mental health, as well as developing workshops in which students will gain self-confidence, awareness, and advanced skills to be able to succeed in all current and future psychology endeavors.
  • Looking for where to find more information about ABPsi, such as general body meetings and events?

Want to Join ABPsi?

  • To apply to become a member of the Association of Black Psychologists at Oklahoma State University, please download and complete this membership application
  • The Membership dues are $5 per semester. 

Curret Faculty Advisors and Current Officers

  • Advisor: Dr. Laricka Wingate
  • Advisor: Ms. Bianca Boyd
  • President: De’Ja Broyles
  • Vice- President: Semaj Clayton
  • Treasurer: Michal Sutton
  • Secretary: Halle Sanders

Frequently Asked Questions

  • "Is ABPSI only for psychology majors?"
    • No!  Most members are psychology majors/minors and other related fields but we welcome any major!
  • "Is ABPSI only for Black students?"
    • No! We welcome all races, ethnicities, etc. to join
  • "What kind of events does ABPSI have?"
    • We have different types of events during the semester, some are educational, some open discussions, and also self-care/mental health events. To find out about the all events coming up check out our social media!

More Information

Want to know more about ABPsi? Please watch the video below, visit the OSU Diversity page by clicking here, or visit the Association of Black Psychologists' home webpage by clicking here

Upcoming Events

ABPsi Sex and Mental Health


ABPsi semester event