Psychology Honor Society to Launch on Campus

Psychology Honor Society to Launch on Campus

Southwestern Adventist University is applying to open a Psi Chi Chapter on campus.

Psi Chi is an honor society specifically geared for psychology majors who want to join a professional organization that promotes high achievement in the psychology field.

Joining this chapter would be beneficial to all who qualify because it gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to add a competitive element to their resumes.

“One thing I like about the program is that it pushes psychology students to be the best,” says Lauren Francois, a graduate student in psychology. “There is a GPA requirement for induction to the organization which will raise academic achievement throughout the department.”

Students that qualify for Psi Chi are psychology, psychology/education majors, and psychology minors. If anyone is interested in joining, contact francoislr@swau.edu, for the application or further questions.

The deadline for applications is Friday, March 22.

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