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:
- be enrolled as a major or minor in a psychology program or a program psychological in nature
- have completed at least 3 semesters or equivalent of full-time college coursework
- have completed at least 9 semester credit hours or equivalent of psychology courses
- have earned an overall cumulative GPA of a 3.30 or better
- have a minimum 3.0 GPA average for psychology courses
Interested in becoming a member?
Submit an application here or click on "APPLY NOW" at the bottom of this page.
New members are inducted once a year in the spring.
Once you are a member, you will automatically be enrolled in the Psi Chi Moodle shell where you can find chapter documents (e.g., bylaws, information about induction ceremonies).
Students at their Psi Chi induction ceremony, Fall 2017: Gretchen Schwab, Sophie Jordan, Shelby Huebner, Tristan Liller, Michel Davis, and Maryann Fix (not pictured).