Psychological capital can be characterized as the survival strategies and arguments that individuals develop in their inner worlds in social life. When the literature is examined, while psychological capital has been the subject of researches in the field of industrial psychology, it has taken place very little in the field of educational psychology and studies on academic success. Psychological capital is directly proportional to the individual's ability to contribute his economic and social assets to the society in which he lives. Academic psychological capital, on the other hand, is the reflection of an individual's psychological capital on their academic life skills.Within the scope of this research, it was conducted to determine the variables that predict the Academic Psychological Capital levels of Psychological Counseling and Guidance students. For this reason, this research was built on the predictive research design, which is one of the relational research design types. The study was carried out on 214 PCG undergraduate students studying in the 2021-2022 academic year. The Academic Psychological Capital scale developed by Özen and Türe (2022) was used in the study. Two types of cluster analysis and one logistic regression analysis were used in this study. As a result of the research, it was determined that the PDR Undergraduate Students living in the city center and in the upper socio-economic level have a high APS level. This result has been interpreted as cultural capital has an important contribution to the formation of academic psychological capital, which means efforts to cope with difficulties and well-being in the inner world of individuals.
Academic psychological capital, Cultural capital, PCG undergraduate student.