The Psych Club strives to:
1.) Educate the general student body so as to get them more interested in the field of psychology.
2.) For that knowledge to help the student in their personal, professional, and academic life.
3.) To convey this knowledge in a fun and educational manner between the student body and the faculty of (but not limited to) the psychology department, by means of: discussion forums, events, and conference trips.
4.) To increase our membership in the hope that they will take over and uphold the standards to which the Psych Club has conducted itself.
Officers must be in good standing, enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours, and must maintain a minimum cumulative 2.3 GPA each semester the student is an officer.
Members must be enrolled in at least six (6) credit hours each semester with a minimum cumulative 2.0 GPA. Membership is open to all Harold Washington students. Members are not required to be a psychology major nor have taken a psychology course. Anyone interested in learning about psychology is encouraged to join.
|Matthew A. Sanchez