Psychology Club

The Lewis University Psychology Club is a student-led organization that is open to all undergraduate Lewis students. Members meet once each week for 30 minutes to discuss, plan, and organize different psychology-related events on campus such as movie nights, guest lectures, fundraisers, and volunteer experiences. Psychology Club also provides an opportunity for students to build relationships with Lewis Psychology faculty and other students who share an interest in psychology. 

Students who are especially active in Psychology Club are elected to officer positions each semester. In the past, Psychology Club officers have received the Lewis University Psychology Department Award for Service, a distinction awarded to one graduating senior each semester who has demonstrated excellent leadership and service to causes related to psychology and mental health.  

Students interested in joining Psychology Club are encouraged to join the Lewis University Psychology Club Facebook page, where the most recent updates can be found (

Questions about Psychology Club can be directed to Dr. Matthew Domico at

Matthew Domico, PsyD
Assistant Professor
Clinical Psychology
Office: BE - 123
Phone: (815) 588-7097

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