There are several ways to become immortal in DnD - like creating a phylactery to become a Lich, or eating chunks of starmetal to gain Construct traits. The most of those methods apply to arcane users, some - to divine ones, and due to some shenanigans (like Dragonwrought kobold) even mundane classes may enjoy an eternal life.
For some reasons, psionic manifesters seem to be nearly as close to eternal life, as fighters. Sure, they have means to resurrect themselves with quazi-Clone powers, mind-switch to get new bodies, slow their metabolism to the point when one year flows as one day to them and such - but I couldn't find anything that would allow a psion, for instance, spend several hundred years in a library doing research - a way to become truly ageless...
Well, there is one. Necropolitan template from Libris Mortis allows any character to become undead for a small payment of EXP and some gold... And unlike a Lich, still can be turned/rebuked/commanded, which may not look all that good for the psion who might not like the idea of becoming some random cleric's pawn.
Is there any other way for a, let's say, human psion to become immortal? No mind switch triks, no homebrew and preferably no setting books