Student Organizations

Psi Chi

Psi Chi is the international honor society in psychology, with specific academic requirements for membership. The Department of Psychology sends invitations to those students who qualify for membership.


  • Major or minor in psychology
  • Completed at least 3 semesters of college
  • Completed at least 9 hours of psychology
  • An overall cumulative GPA of at least 3.25
  • GPA of at least 3.00 in all psychology courses
  • Maintain high standards of personal behavior

2017 – 2018 Psi Chi Officers

  • President:  Michaela Malboeuf
  • Vice President:  Charlotte Lackey
  • Secretary:  Lindsey Sparrock
  • Treasurer:  TJ Baumgart
  • Historian:  Claire Walker

Contact any of our officers for more information.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Dave Carkenord

Psychology club

All you need to join us is an interest in psychology and a willingness to meet and network with other students who share similar interests.

There are no academic requirements.

Some of our recent activities include:

  • visiting a Sleep Disorder Clinic in Midlothian
  • volunteering at Farmville Area Community Emergency Services (FACES)
  • sponsoring a "movie night" with psychology related themes
  • attending the poster session of research conducted by Longwood students
  • sponsoring a booth at Spring Weekend

2017 – 2018 Psychology Club Officers

  • President: Nicole Copeland
  • Vice President: Jen Carson
  • Historian: Kayla Peterson  
  • Treasurer: Ta’Miya Vanhook-Davis
  • Secretary: Arin Young 

Contact any of the officers for information about meetings and events or to receive our emails. We also post events on our bulletin board, West Ruffner, 3rd floor.

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Stephanie Buchert

Department of Psychology Book Club

This student-run book club meets several times per semester to discuss the selected book with professors and students. 

Fall Semester reading The Untethered Soul by Michael A. Singer

For questions or more information please contact

Ta’Miya Vanhook-Davis and Jessica Akers