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Psi Chi

Psi Chi

Faculty Advisor:  Summer L. Williams, Ph.D

Who the officers for 2016-2017 are:

President -           Alecka Camp
Vice President -   Allison Bancroft
Secretary -           Nicole Cruz
Treasurer -           Alecka Camp
Historian -     Madison Babula

What Psi Chi Can Do For You?…

  • Informational workshops related to grad school, internships, etc.
  • Service projects to the community – homeless drive, women’s drive (these change each year)
  • Regional conferences like Eastern Psychological Association (EPA)
  • Fun psych-related events
  • Monthly all-chapter meetings; Bi-weekly officer meetings
  • Annual new member induction every April
  • Officers elected for the following academic year in the spring semester 

Requirements of membership include ALL of the following academic criteria:

  • Complete at least 3 semesters or 5 quarter semesters and declare the psychology major/minor.
  • Complete at least 9 credits of psychology or 3 psychology courses at Westfield State University
  • Rank within the upper 35% of your class
  • Have at least a 3.0 overall GPA AND 3.0 Psychology GPA for undergrads and graduates.
  • Maintain a high standard of personal behavior.
  • Have 2/3 affirmative vote of those present at regular chapter meetings.
  • A letter of invitation will be sent to your home address over the winter break, IF you meet ALL eligibility requirements

What is the mission of the group?
To excel in scholarship and advance in the field of psychology.

Meetings for Fall 2017: 

Please note dates/times and location are TBA and are posted on the Psi Chi bulletin in Wilson Hall, near the Psyc classrooms

 

National Organizations for PSI CHI