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Undergraduate students must:
Graduate students must:
Transfer Students: If you were not a member of Psi Chi at your previous institution, you must complete 36 hours total hours at any accredited institution, including 9 hours of Psychology credits to be eligible. Twelve credits from ASU must also be completed. Undergraduate or graduate students who were already a member of Psi Chi may transfer their membership to ASU by completing a membership transfer form which will be available soon.
Psi Beta Students: Unfortunately, membership in Psi Beta does not automatically grant entrance into Psi Chi. Psi Beta students will be considered by the eligibility criteria for undergraduate students and will have to apply as such.
How to join Psi Chi
Applications will be online later in the semester. They will be available February 4, 2019. Once you are accepted, lifetime membership dues can be paid online, or by dropping off the money with a Psi Chi officer in PSY 255 during their scheduled office hours. Checks can be dropped off in the Psychology Advising office in PSY 202. Do not apply at PsiChi.org. General Member Applications are due March 3, 2019. Application link is here
Psi Chi is offering three competitive, need-based scholarships each semester based on GPA, Psi Chi involvement, and event attendance. Contact ASUPsiChi@gmail.com for more information on how to apply.
Transferring your Psi Chi membership from another institution: Drop off your application to the psychology advising office in PSY 202 or email it to ASUPsiChi@gmail.com.