Psi Chi Honor Society
- MISSION STATEMENT
- LEARNING OUTCOMES
- UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
- GRADUATE PROGRAMS
- FACULTY AND STAFF
- STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
- CONTACT US
- COLLEGE OF NSS
Psi Chi @ CSULA is a chapter of the national student organization whose purpose is to serve psychology students on a local level. Our goals are to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship amongst our students, and advance the science of psychology. Our continuing efforts are aimed at nourishing and stimulating professional growth through programs designed to augment and enhance the regular curriculum and to provide practical experience and fellowship.
Psi Chi provides a student office where relevant information regarding conferences, conventions, scholarships, or research opportunities open to psychology students and Psi Chi members is regularly posted.
Qualifications for Psi Chi membership at CSULA are identical to those of the national headquarters: completion of 5 quarters of college courses; completion of 9 semester hours/14 quarter hours of psychology, registration for major or minor standing in psychology; overall GPA of 3.0 for undergraduates; average GPA of "B" or better for graduate students; high standards of personal behavior; two-thirds affirmative vote of those present at regular chapter meetings.
Psi Chi has moved to an online application system!
1) Please visit psichi.org and click on Join > Become a Member in the dropdown menu. Complete the online application
2) You will be contacted via email once your application is reviewed by our advisor. You may submit your one-time membership fee at that time.
3) Email us at email@example.com if you have any questions or stop by our office in KH D3072.
Board Members and Faculty Sponsor
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Robert Kennison
President - Joshua Limon
Vice President - Bryant Salinas
Secretary - Veronica Romo-Silva
Treasurer - Jessica Angulo
Public Relations - Ty Tucker
Historian - Mariela Rivas
Membership - Jessica Raygoza
Web Editor - Mariela Rivas
Campus Liason - Tyler Hatchel
Faculty Liason - Belen Oceguera and Adriana Parrales