Psi Chi Society and Psychology Club
As a student of psychology, you are eligible to join either Psi Chi or the Psychology Club. Membership in these organizations offers students unique and valuable experiences in Psychology. If you are interested in continuing your education in graduate school, getting a job in a field related to psychology, or enjoying your experiences here at the University of Denver more fully, then Psi Chi and Psychology Club is definitely right for you!
Psi Chi and Psychology Club have joint meetings and events throughout the year, the only difference between the two groups is that Psi Chi is an honor society, and therefore has more academic requirements than Psychology Club.
The Psi Chi Registration Card can be found here.
Psychology Club is open to all University of Denver students who have an interest in psychology. By completing the Psychology Club form below, along with a one-time fee of $65, a student is officially a member of the Psychology Club. Membership in Psychology Club is helpful to students in many ways, such as getting to know other members of the department (both students and faculty), invitations to guest lectures and workshops, and information about graduate schools and jobs in the field of Psychology.
Psi Chi is the National Honor Society in Psychology. The DU chapter of Psi Chi was founded in 1929, and is one of the oldest active chapters in the nation. Membership in Psi Chi is earned and is for life. By meeting the requirements below, set by the Psi Chi national office, in accordance with the Association of College Honor Societies, you become eligible for membership in Psi Chi.
Why join Psi Chi? Membership offers many unique and enriching opportunities, including research opportunities and grants, workshops, guest lectures, meetings, and volunteer work. In addition, Psi Chi members can get more involved with the University of Denver's Psychology program by working closely with faculty and other students. These are also some of the reasons why membership in Psi Chi impresses both graduate schools and employers. For more information on Psi Chi, visit the national website, www.psichi.org.
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