Psi Chi: The National Honor Society in Psychology

Psi Chi is an alliance of chapters located in more than 1000 senior colleges and universities in the USA. Membership is granted to those involved in graduate or undergraduate studies and have made psychology their major area of concentration. Psi Chi has two important objectives. One of these is to reward each member with academic recognition; this is received just by being inducted. The second objective is to aid each member in the maturing of his or her creative development and accomplishments. As a result of dedication and hard work many Psi Chi members have moved on to distinguished careers in psychology.

Interested in joining Psi Chi?

The following are required: completion of at least 3 semesters of college courses, at least 12 credit hours in psychology, and registration for major or minor standing in psychology. Undergraduates who are elected to Psi Chi must rank in the upper 35% of their class (sophomore, junior, senior) in general scholarship; must demonstrate superior scholarship in psychology, earning a minimum GPA of at least 3.50 in psychology courses; and recieve a two-thirds affirmative vote of those present at a regular meeting of the chapter. For those transferring to Rutgers from a university other than Rutgers, 9 credits must have been completed at Rutgers-Newark. Applications are available in the Psychology main office Smith Hall Room 301 or downloadable from here