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Working collaboratively, Psychology Club and Psi Chi present a series of guest speakers, discipline related films and documentaries, and other activities geared toward developing a comprehensive co-curricular program in psychology. Programming is free and open to the public.

Psychology Club is open to all students who have an interest in the discipline, regardless of major or minor. Apply by contacting the Psychology Club President.

Psych Club officers

2018-19 Psychology Club Officers

  • President: Dani Carrera
  • Vice-President: Elissa Filozof
  • Secretary/Treasurer: Alliha Valentine
  • Marketing Chair: Erin Ahern
  • 2019 Faculty Moderator: Tracy L. Masterson, Ph.D.
    Email: tmasterson@jcu.edu

Psi Chi is the international honor society in psychology.  At JCU, psychology students who meet certain qualifications may join. The society, founded in 1929, is for undergraduate and graduate students interested in the field of psychology. Members are recognized for their academic contributions and can earn prestigious awards or grants that in total exceed over $250,000 a year. Learn more about Psi Chi at its website.

Psi Chi Officers

2018-2019 Psi Chi Officers

  • President: Leah VanDine
  • Vice President: Jaymie Pampush
  • Secretary: Delainey Sumrow
  • Faculty Moderator: Denise Ben-Porath, Ph.D.
    email: dbenporath@jcu.edu
Criteria for Psi Chi

Psi Chi Admission Criteria for John Carroll University students

  • Psychology major or minor
  • Psychology credit hours completed at John Carroll: 9
  • JCU overall GPA: 3.4 or higher
  • JCU Psychology GPA: 3.4 or higher
  • Apply to Psi Chi
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