Undergraduate students make up the bulk of the Psi Chi membership. Your enthusiasm and excitement ensure an active chapter, but you often need assistance in building a solid professional network or conducting your first research project. Psi Chi provides resources to help with networking and researching.
Reasons to be an active Psi Chi member:
- Meeting people—Through our use of social media networks and our membership website, you have the opportunity to connect with professionals, ask questions, and learn more about the field. You can find us on these platforms:
- Facebook—the Psi Chi Page has photos of chapter events, announcements, and conversations.
- LinkedIn—our Group is closed, so you must request membership, but when you are accepted, you will find discussions about research, links to articles, experts willing to answer your questions, and even job postings.
- Twitter—psychology-related quotes, links to interesting articles, announcements, and conversations fill the Psi Chi Twitter stream.
- Money—As a Psi Chi member, you are eligible to apply for an array of awards and grants to help pay for travel to conventions, to carry out research, to recognize excellent work, and more.
- Enrichment—As an undergraduate member of Psi Chi, you have already taken an important step in your career. The Society offers you the opportunity to serve your community through chapter service projects, exposure to professional conventions, and recognition of your academic achievements.
PSI CHI (6/13)
Why Did I Join Psi Chi?
Winona State University
"The university gave students with a high GPA the opportunity to join Psi Chi.”
PSI CHI (6/13)