The Kent State chapter of Psi Chi is a professional psychology fraternity for those students who have excelled in the academics of psychology. The organizations hosts meetings in Kent Hall 179 6:00pm to 7:00pm every other Monday starting September 8th. These meetings provide opportunities for the members to network and learn about professions in psychology an the route to graduate school. Read the benefits of becoming a member.
- Psychology major or minor
- GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Completed 9 credit hours of psychology
- At least a 2nd semester sophomore
All applicants need to turn in a copy of their official transcript along with the application. Please return all completed applications to the Psychology main office (144 Kent Hall). Students can obtain an application a number of ways:
- Printable Membership Application
- Paper applications are available in 144 Kent Hall
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application
There is a one-time fee of $55 for lifetime membership. Fund raising opportunities to offset the cost will be available for those who are interested. Otherwise, checks made out to 'Kent State Psi Chi' and cash will be accepted.
Application deadline: Friday, October 17th, 2014
Induction date: Thursday, November 20th, 2014
For any questions or concerns, contact email@example.com or the officers below:
President- Ashley Haladay firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President - Gina Horvat email@example.com
Treasurer - Courtney Thaman firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary - Brianne Collura email@example.com
Social Chair - Fawn Gordon firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership Chair - Karly Huml email@example.com
Historian - Hagan Whiteleather firstname.lastname@example.org
The Psychology Club is open to all psychology majors. Meetings focus on different psychology topics including those that are currently in the news. Information about graduate school options and how to apply to graduates are also provided at the meetings. Psychology Club sponsors an annual trip to the Midwestern Psychological Association conference every Spring. Projects are funded through modest dues from members and fundraising activities. Meetings are held weekly.
Chloe Kuncel-Secretary email@example.com
Brianne Collura-Publicist firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Mickey-president email@example.com
Humberto Gutierrez- treasurer firstname.lastname@example.org
Peer Mentor ProgramThe Peer Mentor Program (PMP) is both an academic and social support system for undergraduate psychology majors at Kent State University. Experienced psychology undergraduates are matched with less experienced students in order to facilitate the sharing of knowledge as it relates to professional and academic development. This program also offers social events, hosts speakers, work-shops, and other experiences for its members.
President - Casey Ruggles (email@example.com)
Vice President - Emy-Lyn Smoot (Esmoot@kent.edu)
Administrator - Hannah Kelling (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Public Relations - Meslissa Obodzinski (email@example.com)
Ambassador - Megan Kasperczyk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Phi Delta Epsilon, Ohio Beta
Phi Delta Epsilon is a co-ed medical fraternity on campus. The fraternity is committed to philanthropy, deity, and equity & education. The fraternity meets once a week and their main philanthropy event benefits the local hospitals of Children's Miracle Network. Potential members must have a premedical concentration and a 3.0 GPA. *Application, interview, and fee required.
President - Alex Hoopes
Vice President of Programming - Nikita Maglis
Vice President of Recruitment - Andrew Martin
Vice President of Finance - Haley Courtney
Secretary - Marc Trommer
American Medical Students Association