Psych Club & Psi Chi

The Psychology Club is open to anyone interested in the field of psychology. The purpose of this club is to encourage professional activity and involvement through its monthly meetings. Each year several members of the Psychology Club attend the annual meeting of the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) and often present papers on work completed at Clemson in directed studies research with faculty members. Additionally, the Psychology Club discusses a variety of topics at its monthly meetings. These topics include but are not limited to careers, graduate school, and the various fields of psychology. If you would like further information regarding Clemson’s Psychology Club, please contact Dr. Heidi Zinzow, the club’s advisor.

Psi Chi is the national honor society for psychology students. Membership in Psi Chi is by invitation only. Clemson’s chapter usually conducts one induction ceremony per semester during the regular school year. Early each semester, invitations for applications will be available from the chapter’s advisor, Dr. Robert Campbell. Interested students are encouraged to apply. In addition to the induction ceremony, there are varied meetings and service projects throughout the year, usually conducted jointly with the Psychology Club.

For additional information about activities for students interested in psychology, please see the Psychology Undergraduate Handbook.