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Psi Chi National Honor Society

Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929. It is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association, and a member of the Association of College Honor Societies. Students of outstanding academic accomplishment and promise are selected to join the society.

Some of the concrete advantages of membership include:

  • Ability to participate in Psi Chi events
  • A membership certificate and card which gives tangible evidence of membership.
  • References provided throughout one's lifetime.
  • Excellent experience for inclusion in a resume.
  • A springboard for professional growth.
  • Recognition of membership in Psi Chi by the United States government as meeting one requirement for entrance at the GS-7 level in the Federal Service.
PsiChi Induction

Here's the criteria:
Overall Psychology GPA of 3.5
Overall GPA of 2.75
3 Psychology classes at Brockport
3 semesters at Brockport

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Jennifer Ratcliff (jratclif@brockport.edu)

Ryan Hutchings, member
Dr. Jennifer Ratcliff, faculty advisor
Brigitte Pace, President
Elizabeth Morgan, Secretary
Kenton DeCross, member

Psi Chi Members

The link to the national website is: http://www.psichi.org/