Jason A.’s Answer
I currently work in University Recruiting, and previously in Career Services. I double majored in Psychology & Business Management in Undergrad. In regards to your resume, I suggest putting your education first. Companies want to see where you are being taught at. Include your GPA (if you don't put your GPA, reviewers may assume that you do not have one ; if your GPA is not too high, be sure to elaborate on your past experiences and skills.
After Education, put any relevant work experience with transferrable skills that can be applied to the job you are applying for. If no relevant work experience, put relevant coursework/project work in the education section to highlight that you are familiar with various topics through studying them in class.
After work experience, put in any extracirricular activities that you are a part of/leadership positions you hold/held. Companies like to see a well-rounded person. (this is where you can show what else you are a part of. (This MIGHT compensate for a lower GPA/less work experience if you are really invested in some organizations on/off campus)
If you still have room it's good to list out some general and/or specific skills (languages, software proficiency, etc). Formatting is huge, and too much white space is not the best thing to have on a resume, so try and fill it as best you can with your work/experience.
Hope these suggestions are helpful (although they are a bit general). I cannot guarantee that you'll get an interview/a job by including this information. Be sure to see your career center so they can give you pointers and even attend resume reviews that companies might come on-campus to do. Wishing you the best of luck on your search!