Clubs & Organizations

Psychology Club

The Psychology Club is open to all students interested in Psychology. The club assists Psychology majors with any questions that they might have about their major or future career options. Each year the club has a “Meet the Professors” event to give students interested in Psychology a chance to talk with professors in a more casual setting. The club will also be co-hosting the second annual Domestic Violence Rally to raise money for a local shelter in Bridgeport, CT dedicated to helping those in violent relationships. The club also donates to local soup kitchens.

Recently the club co-sponsored a Domestic Violence Vigil.  Watch a video clip from the event

If you are interested in joining the club, please contact any of the following officers:

PSI CHI

Students meeting the necessary requirements will be invited by mail to join Psi Chi during the spring semester of each year.  Psi Chi is the International Honor Society for Psychology majors, and the best of Sacred Heart University's Psychology students are inducted into the society each year. The Society sponsors scholarship opportunities and student research conferences, and provides students with advice on choosing and getting accepted to graduate programs in Psychology. 

Membership Requirements: 

  • Completion of 75 credits with an overall GPA of 3.6
  • Completion of 18 credits or more of Psychology courses, including PS110, PS111, PS301, PS302 and 2 other Psychology courses
  • All Psychology courses taken must have a GPA of 3.6.

For more information, contact:

Christina Taylor, Ph.D.
Faculty Advisor
Phone: 203-371-7723
TaylorC@sacredheart.edu

Betty Olofson
Coordinator
Phone: 203-371-7720
olofsonb@sacredheart.edu
 
Student Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)
 
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world's largest association devoted to human resource management, representing more than 170,000 HR professionals. Students who are interested in a career in human resources can join Sacred Heart University's student chapter, which provides workshops on writing resumes and advice on obtaining employment after graduation.

For more information, contact the faculty advisor:

Maureen A. Conard, Ph.D.
203-365-7505
ConardM@sacredheart.edu