Stockton Psi Chi
Psi Chi is the International Honor Society in Psychology, founded in 1929 for the purposes of encouraging, stimulating, and maintaining excellence in scholarship, and advancing the science of psychology. As the National Honor Society in Psychology, Psi Chi is an affiliate of the American Psychological Association (APA) with over 1,000 chapters located in colleges and universities all over the US and Canada. In addition to academic recognition, each chapter offers its members the chance to step outside the regular curriculum and enhance their learning through programs, events, and practical experience. Operated by student officers and faculty advisors, Psi Chi offers opportunities intend help to stimulate and encourage students, as well as, provide them with the tools to further their profession success in the future. Here at Stockton, our chapter hosts research conferences, career panels, service projects, and many other activities. For more information please contact either the chapter president or vice president, or the faculty advisor. For membership eligibility please see the link below.
Any student at Stockton University who is eligible for Psi Chi membership/induction will be notified via e-mail at the beginning of each semester.
The invitation e-mail will include instructions for applying and a timeline for the application process.
If you believe you are eligible and did not receive an e-mail, contact the chapter advisor or chapter president.
Criteria for membership:
- Be a registered Psychology major at Stockton University.
- Have completed at least 3 semesters of college, including one full semester at Stockton.
- Have completed at least 3 Psychology courses at Stockton.
- Have an overall GPA of 3.6 or higher.
- Have a Psychology GPA of 3.6 or higher.
Membership Approval guarantees Psi Chi membership for life.
Email the chapter advisor, Dr. Mark Berg, if you have any questions: Mark.Berg@stockton.edu
The Psi Chi Induction Ceremony is an opportunity for you to have your accomplishment of becoming a member of Psi Chi publicly recognized.
Any new member of the Stockton Psi Chi chapter is eligible to participate in the Induction Ceremony.
The induction ceremony takes place in April each spring semester, during the Undergraduate Psychology Conference held at Stockton University.
Do I have to attend?
No. The ceremony is a public event at which your name will be called, and your membership materials will be presented to you. If you cannot attend the event, you may receive your materials directly from the Psi Chi faculty advisor.
Why should I attend?
The Induction Ceremony is an opportunity for you to stand with your fellow members and be recognized as part of the membership class for the year. Parents and guardians are welcome and often attend the event. Your photo will be taken when you receive your membership materials, as well as a group picture of all new inductees. In addition, you can learn more about topics related to psychology in a presentation given by a keynote speaker, as well as fellow Stockton psychology majors who wish to present their own research.
Current and Upcoming Events
Stockton University Psychology Club Meeting Dates! Come Out & Get Involved! Psi Chi works closely with Psych Club.
Psychology Program Open House
Faculty Graduate School Panel
Psi Chi Annual Breakfast with the Faculty
Stop by, grab some breakfast and ask the Psychology faculty questions about classes and careers!
Stockton University Research in Psychology Conference and Psi Chi Induction Ceremony
Founding and Conference
Psi Chi is the international honors society for psychology. The organization was founded in 1929.
The Stockton University chapter of Psi Chi started in 1979. Over 950 Stockton students have become Psi Chi members since then. In 2019, we celebrate 40 years of the Stockton Psi Chi Chapter!
Our undergraduate research conference was started in the Spring of 2008 by Stockton psychology professor, Dr. Christine Ferri.
Prior to that point we had our honors students present their research to psychology faculty, but not to the general public.
By combining the students' presentations of their honors research with the Psi Chi induction ceremony, a new Undergraduate Research Conference was created.
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