Psi Chi Organization
Chatham University has been a chartered member of the National Honor Society of Psychology Studies, known as Psi Chi, since 1991. At the national level, the benefits of membership include grants and awards for scholarship, and attendance at conferences. At Chatham, Psi Chi members meet to further their interest in the study of Psychology, as well as to plan service activities to enhance well-being both on campus and in the broader community.
Chatham University Psi Chi Chapter's Requirements for Membership:
- Completion of at least 3 semesters of the college course (undergraduates) or 1 semester (graduate students).
- Completion of 9 semester hours of psychology courses.
- Undergraduates who are elected to Psi Chi must demonstrate superior scholarship in psychology, earning a minimum GPA in psychology courses of at least 3.30, and a minimum overall GPA of 3.00. (Please attach transcript.)
- For graduate students, an average grade of 3.30 or better in all graduate courses, including psychology. (Please attach transcript.)
- High standards of personal behavior.
Interested in becoming a member? Download an application. New members are inducted once in the fall and once in the spring.
Once you are a member, you will automatically be enrolled in the Psi Chi Blackboard course, (where you can find chapter documents (e.g., bylaws, information about induction ceremonies) and added to the Chapter’s listserv (which will provide you with email alerts about current activities).
Vice President: Julie Harris
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Peggy Stubbs