Q: What is the Association of Political Science Students? A: The Association of Political Science Students (APSS) is a faculty association; this means that our main focus is to support student learning and education in the Department of Political Science.
Q: Can anyone be a general member of APSS? A: Yes! As long as you meet the below requirements anyone can be a general member.
Q: How can I become a general member of APSS? A: You must attend and sign in at 3 events - from September to April - organized or co-hosted by the Association of Political Science Students.
Q: Does APSS have a political ideology or support a political organization or party? A: No! The Association of Political Science Students is politically neutral and expresses no support of any political actors or their ideologies. However, we do host events with all of the political clubs on campus in attendance.
Q: If I have a suggestion for APSS can I give it to them? A: Yes! You are welcome to pass us any suggestion on to us, just click on the Contact page.
Q: If I feel that a study session for a political science course should be held, who should I contact? A: You should contact us! We often host review sessions for our core political science classes and are willing to host others as well if asked. Just send us an email or DM, which you can find on our Contact page.
Q: If I have questions about a political science program or course who should I contact? A: You should contact the Political Science Department (Dr. Brown for undergraduate students) or your course instructor. Check the Academic Assistance page for more.
Q: I have a question that hasn't been answered, what should I do? A: Visit our contact page and leave us a question (with or without your contact info) and we will answer it and post it to our page!