Student Organizations

Psi Chi Honor Society

Psi Chi is an international psychology honor society which seeks to encourage, stimulate, and
maintain scholarship and to advance the science of psychology. Eligibility for the Immaculata
Chapter is open to psychology majors and minors and requires that you:

  • have completed at least nine credits in psychology
  • achieve a cumulative grade point average of 3.0
  • attain at least a 3.0 grade point average in all psychology courses

Graduate Psychology and Counseling Student Diversity


The Graduate Psychology and Counseling Student Diversity Forum is an organization that meets
at least quarterly to foster an appreciation, knowledge, and understanding of other cultures.
Students can choose to work with faculty to generate publications relating to human diversity, to
engage in community outreach in culturally diverse neighborhoods, and to socialize with others
interested in diversity. The Forum provides an environment of unity, advancement and success
for students by offering peer networking and mentorship as well as academic and spiritual

American Psychological Association of Graduate Students

APAGS provides a voice for graduate student’s concerns with the APA. It is the largest group of
graduate psychology students worldwide and provides information to students about relevant
education and training issues, legislative positions and developments, and future directions or
changes in the field.

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