About Psi Chi
Psi Chi is the national honor society whose purpose is to encourage scholarship and advance the science of psychology. This student organization meets every other week and holds open events for occasions such as Mental Health Awareness Day, Suicide Prevention, Sexual Assault Awareness and Domestic Abuse Awareness.
Members of Psi Chi are also volunteers for organizations such as Ronald McDonald House, Safe Have, One Safe Place and more. Active members are active in the Texas Wesleyan community participating in Move-in Day and the President's Picnic each fall.
You don't have to be a member of Psi Chi to attend meetings or participate in our events. We also host the Maximize Your Major presentation series for all faculty, staff and students to attend. Visit Psi Chi on Facebook for more information on events and meetings.
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How do I apply?
To join Psi Chi, you have to fill out an application and apply through the Psi Chi website. After submitting your application, it is reviewed by the faculty advisor. Check our requirements and see if you qualify to be a member of Psi Chi.
- Must be at least a sophomore
- Must have attended Texas Wesleyan for at least one semester
- GPA in the top 35% of your class (i.e. sophomore, junior and senior)
- Taken at least 9 credit hours of psychology courses