Resources

One of the most valuable lessons a student can learn is the importance of finding resources.  They can be anything from information on how to write a personal statement - to - contacts at university programs.  

Exploring resources can provide a world of opportunities and show initiative on the student’s part.  There are multiple sources of support and programs that can make completing an education more manageable.  


A great and ever expanding resource is the internet.  

It makes it easier than ever to gain access to an unlimited amount of knowledge.  So next time you have a question, LOOK IT UP.  Ask people, search google, go to the library - never leave a question unanswered.  


This section of our website is meant to provide access to information about SDSU, support programs, and useful links relating to psychology.  


Start here and don’t stop!



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