Psi Chi & Psychology Club

Psychology Club Mission Statement: provide students with opportunities to get actively involved in the major through a variety of scholarship, service, and community awareness activities.

Psych club is an organization led by students with the following objectives:

  • Scholarship: Promote higher education and careers in the field of psychology

  • Service: Promote opportunities to serve at the local/community level

  • Community awareness: Promote awareness of psychology-based information (from the various disciplines of psychology) to the community and world


  1. Declared Psychology major/minor

  2. Maintain 2.5 GPA

  3. $15 membership fee (this will allow for purchasing of club swag. i.e. tshirts)

  4. Attendance at psychology club events and meetings each academic year

  5. Volunteer to serve for at least 1 psychology club event per academic year

Club Officers:

President: Kendra Melendez

Vice President: Kayla Tapia

Treasurer: Vacant

Secretary: Desiree Prado

Events/Social Coordinator: Hannah Granados

Azusa Campus Representative: Emma Searcy

High Desert Representative: Kendra Melendez

Inland Empire Representative: Vacant

Monrovia Representative: Vacant

Murrieta Representative: Araceli Skannal

Online Campus Representative: Desiree Prado

San Diego Representative: Kaitlyn DeKoven

Faculty Advisors

Hannah Knott, M.S., CCLS

Faculty Meet and Greets

Informational Cookies & Coffee Social Event

APU Preview Events

Psi Chi Mission Statement: Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose is to produce well-educated, ethical, and socially responsible members committed to contributing to the profession of psychology and to society. For more information on Psi Chi, click here.


1) Twelve units of Psychology course completed

2) 3.7 GPA

3) $60 one-time fee

4) By invitation ONLY, through good academic standing.