Attention Psychology Students
Join the UNO chapter of Psi Chi!
What is Psi Chi?
Psi Chi is the national honor society in psychology.
Why should I join?
As a Psi Chi member, you’re give the opportunity to meet other psychology students, assist with various fundraiser projects, and learn more about graduate school opportunities as a psychology major. Membership can also be used for reference purposes, such as applications for graduate school and jobs.
What are the qualifications?
Eligibility for membership includes:
When is the application due?
The application for the current semester is due February 28.
Are there any membership fees?
There is a one-time membership fee, which is $35. This fee includes lifetime membership, a certificate, a membership card, and a lapel pin.
Where can I find the application?
Applications can be found by the psychology bulletin board on the third floor of Arts and Sciences, right across from the psychology department (347).
Applications can also be accessed online by following the link below:
What if I have questions?
Note that in addition to meeting the requirements above, undergraduate students who have transferred to UNO must have completed at least one semester and earned 9 hours of credit in Psychology at UNO.
To learn more about Psi Chi, go to www.psichi.org or contact one of the Psi Chi officers or faculty advisors listed below.
UNO PSI CHI OFFICERS FOR 2014-2015
President: Anna Plumb
Vice President: Sarah Insco
Secretary: Rachel Conti
Treasurer/Historian: Jennifer Gauhari
NEWS AND EVENTS
Congratulations to our new Psi Chi members:
QUALIFICATIONS FOR MEMBERSHIP
APPLY TO PSI CHI
BENEFITS OF JOINING PSI CHI