The Psychology Club, recently founded in 2013, is open to all Psychology majors, minors, and students interested in the field. The purpose of the Psych Club is to promote the understanding of psychology in everyday life, to facilitate interaction among students interested in learning about psychology, and to raise student awareness of mental health issues. In addition, this club works to bring attention to activities and achievements of the Catholic University Psychology Department.
For more information, see https://nest.cua.edu/organization/psychclub.
Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, is affiliated with the American Psychological Association. The Catholic University chapter of Psi Chi sponsors a number of educational and social activities throughout the year. Membership in Psi Chi is open to psychology majors who are in the upper 35% of their class (typically a GPA of around 3.5), have demonstrated superior scholarship in Psychology, and have already completed at least 3 courses (including PSY 322 and/or 350) in the major.
Students who meet the requirements for membership are invited to join Psi Chi by the Undergraduate Director at the beginning of their junior or senior year, and the induction ceremony is held during the fall semester.
In addition to psychology-specific student organizations, there are more than 90 other clubs and organizations you can join at Catholic University. Follow the link below to learn more about those opportunities.
Clubs and Organizations
With more than 100 different clubs and student organizations, we’ve made it nearly impossible not to find one that fits your needs and interests. You also have the freedom to start new ones.
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