What is Phi Theta Kappa?
Phi Theta Kappa, founded in 1918, is recognized as the official honor society for two-year colleges by the American Association of Community Colleges.
Among the Society's distinguished alumni are the late Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick, astronaut Fred Haise, and journalist Jim Lehrer.
Why do I want to be a member?
Membership in Phi Theta Kappa is a permanent recognition of your hard work and academic achievement. That is why membership in Phi Theta Kappa is a special honor.
Your membership will be recognized by colleges, universities, and potential employers.
Phi Theta Kappa provides unique opportunities for:
- Leadership development
- Service to others
- Scholarship opportunities
- Fun and fellowship!
What are the qualifications?
Membership is based on superior academic achievement and is conferred only by invitation of Psi Kappa Chapter of St. Philip's College.
You must have completed at least twelve college hours with a minimum cumulative 3.5 grade point average.
For more information, contact:
- Advisor: Maria G. Botello
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Location: Sutton Learning Center (SLC) 103
- Phone: 210-486-2199