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Getting Involved

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club provides a place for students who are interested in psychology to meet and share their knowledge, and their passion for our field of study. We provide opportunities for students to learn about everything from classes in the major, to careers after college. Everyone is welcome to join, whether you are a psychology major or not! Our goal is to help students get the most out of their psychology experience at SUNY Oneonta.

Meetings are held Mondays at 4 p.m. The Club President is Emily Gray,

Psychology Club Website

Psi Chi International Honorary Society

Psi Chi is known as the internationally recognized honors society in Psychology. Members of Psi Chi across the globe strive to achieve and maintain excellence within the field of Psychology through scholar programs. Our local chapter here at SUNY Oneonta works hard to promote Psychology not only as a major, but a community in its own. We encourage all Psychology students to engage in this organization. In order to become a recognized member of Psi Chi you must obtain at least first semester Sophmore status at SUNY Oneonta and hold a major in Psychology.

As a chapter, our members are responsible for maintaining their GPA and will work under a 20 point system in order to receive graduation cords. Points can be earned by participating and volunteering in various fundraisers and events on campus, as well as attending all Psi Chi member meetings (every other Monday at 3:30 p.m. in Fitzelle Hall. Our first meeting will be Monday, September 12th at 3:30 p.m. This meeting is open to all current members and all those who are interested in applying this semester! The meeting will cover basic information about Psi Chi, including further details on how to become an official member.

The Club President is Chelsea Pomerenke,

Psi Chi website