"My time spent in the undergraduate psychology program at Chicago State was nothing
short of awesome! Part of the success I have accomplished in my doctoral program can
be attributed to the leadership and research experience I gained while working in
the department, as well as the courses I took during my time at the university. The
psychology courses were challenging, thought provoking and taught by knowledgeable
professors who genuinely cared about my academic and professional success. I met some
amazing people, found mentors that I can go to for guidance, and formed lifelong friendships."
Michelle Rogers, CSU Class of 2010
PhD student in Educational Psychology at the University of Iowa
"My time at Chicago State University taught me the value of discipline in my studies.
Being both a Psychology and Criminal Justice major, I had to embrace my inner student
by studying hard and lean on my wonderful and supportive instructors. They all taught
me a lot about the field and my ability to thrive in it. I would not change one moment."
Quiana M. Hardy, CSU Class of 2010
MA Candidate 2012, Wheaton College Graduate School, Clinical Psychology