What is Psi Chi?
Psi Chi is an International Honor Society in Psychology. The William Paterson Chapter is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and affiliated with the American Psychological Association.
Benefits of being in Psi Chi:
-Opportunity to become a chapter leader
-Opportunities to meet professionals within the field
-Research and conference experience through the Eastern Psychological Association
-Build friendships with other psychology students
What does Psi Chi do?
-Participates in professional research and national conferences.
-Charity work within the local community
-Helps raise awareness for various organizations
-Runs the Psychology mentoring program
-Provides graduate school and GRE prep presentations from the president of Psi Chi
Requirements for membership:
1.) Must complete 9 hours of psychology and 3 semesters within William Paterson
2.) Must be registered as either a Psychology major or minor (or program equivalent to such standings in the department)
3.) Undergraduate applicants must rank within the top 35% of their class (minimum 3.0) and have a minimum 3.2 GPA within their Psychology coursework.
Psi Chi students presented their research at the 2014 Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) meeting in Boston:
Psi Chi students at the EPA 2013: