RSU’s Psi Chi International Honor Society Inducts 18 Students

Red roses and white building with gold dome in background.The Rogers State University chapter of Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, inducted 18 students on April 22. The RSU chapter was the first baccalaureate honor society established at the university.

Psi Chi is an international organization that promotes excellence and service in the field of psychology. It brings students together in a forum to encourage, stimulate, maintain excellence in scholarship and advance the science of psychology.

Psi Chi’s RSU chapter encourages its members to submit research for peer review, make presentations at conventions, provides service opportunities for community involvement, and allows students to fellowship and collaborate as they move from academia to applied psychology.

Students interested in applying for Psi Chi membership must maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA in psychology related courses and rank in the upper 35 percentile of their class. 

The following students were inducted:

  • Bixby: Anna Elena Sanchez
  • Catoosa: Ashley Anderson
  • Claremore: Kaylee Arndt, Mikela Campos, Gracy Head, Tarah McCorkle
  • Collinsville: Gloria Butts
  • Oologah: Sage Elrod
  • Owasso: Naomi Beckwith, Lauren Harshfield, Hannah Gray
  • Pawnee: Candis Ryan
  • Pryor: Suzanne Payne, Justin Rogers
  • Ramona: Ashley Bailey
  • Sapulpa: Katie Blansett
  • Skiatook: Andrew McElhannon
  • Spavinaw: Carrigan Veach