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Psychology Research Empowerment Program (PREP) Fund

The Psychology Research Empowerment Program (PREP) seeks to better prepare undergraduates who are first in their families to attend college, from low-income backgrounds or members of groups that are underrepresented in psychology graduate programs for doctoral study in psychology. Students admitted into PREP will participate in a comprehensive four-year program which will begin with research participation in the first year, and culminate with assistance with graduate school applications during senior year. Additionally, students will receive intensive academic advising, faculty mentoring, vocational programming, and career development support throughout their time as undergraduate psychology majors. 

PREP Funds will be used to support the academic and career development of students enrolled in the PREP program. Funds will be used to support student research, conference travel, and graduate school application and interview costs.

Click here to learn more about the Psychology Research Empowerment Program. 

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