Welcome to Psi Alpha!

Inspired by Psi Beta, our parent honor society, Psi Alpha was created to give high school students an opportunity to broaden their horizons into the field of psychology. Our mission is to encourage your professional development and psychological literacy, and recognize your excellence in scholarship, leadership, research, and community service. Below you can register with your code, or, if you’re already a member, keep your account info up-to-date.

Did you receive a membership invitation?

Congratulations on earning an invitation to Psi Alpha National Honor Society membership! The advisor who nominated you for membership sees your academic excellence and is inviting you to maximize your potential in leadership, community service and your academic disciplines. More than a career reference down the road, Psi Alpha provides you with opportunities today to learn from outstanding professionals, present your research, win awards, and advance your skills.

Ready to join?

To accept your invitation to Psi Alpha, click here to join. In order to join online, you will need the code provided in your invitation letter. You may click the link in your invitation email to auto-fill the registration form, or you may type in your email address and enter the invitation code.

Already a member and need to make changes to your account?

Help us stay in touch with you by keeping your information current. If you need to update your student record, click here to sign in to your record. Enter your email address and password to access your information. If you need help retrieving your password, click “I’ve forgotten my password.”

Awards & Competitions

Psi Alpha sponsors awards and scholarships for active members, chapters and advisors.

Be a donor

Donate to Psi Alpha student scholarships. Member endowed, 100% goes directly to students.

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Psi Alpha

High School National Psychology Honor Society, directly affiliated with Psi Beta, Community College National Honor Society in Psychology.