Students in Saint Leo’s online psychology degree program, and those enrolled at the university’s centers, now can be invited to join Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology.
B.F. Skinner, considered one of the most influential psychologists of the twentieth century, was a distinguished member of Psi Chi.
So were George Albee, a clinical psychology pioneer, and J.P. Guilford, who was known for his theory of human intelligence.
Psychology students who are accepted into Psi Chi, the prestigious international honor society in psychology, are in good company.
And while they also may wear special regalia – honor cords, stoles and medallions – at their graduation ceremonies, even more importantly, they have the opportunity to belong to an almost 85-year old organization that is recognized globally for academic excellence.