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​Psi Chi: The International Honors Society in Psychology


Students are invited to become members of Psi Chi in the spring of their sophomore year, on the basis of the following requirements:  

  • Completion of at least 3 semesters of college coursework
  • Completion of 9 credit hours of psychology coursework
  • A major in psychology
  • A 3.25 or better average in psychology courses
  • A cumulative GPA of 3.25 or better
  • A ranking in the top 35% of your class
  • High standards of personal behavior
  • An interview with Psi Chi officers
  • Two-thirds affirmative vote of those present at a regular meeting of the chapter

Psi Chi Events

  • Psi Chi participates in a number of service events.
  • Inside Scoop – Psi Chi hosts a old-fashioned ice cream social to discuss which courses to take next semester with other psychology students
  • Doom & Gloom with Dr. Bloom – Join Dr. Bloom for his annual Halloween fear lecture and movie!
  • Providence College Psychology Conference - at the end of each semester, Psi Chi hosts a conference allowing all students who have conducted research during the semester to share their findings.

Ongoing Programs

Psychology Student Mentoring – All new psychology majors will be assigned an upperclassmen Psi Chi member as a student mentor. Mentors are available to help their mentees with any questions they may have regarding coursework, class registration, internships, etc.




For more information, please contact our chapter's President Emily Mercer at

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