Phi Theta Kappa - ΦΘΚ
Founded in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa is the oldest and most prestigious honor society serving two-year colleges with an approximate membership of 3 million individuals across the United States and worldwide.
About the image: PPCC Alpha Gamma Alpha chapter at Phi Theta Kappa's 2016 Hallmark Awards Gala in National Harbor, Maryland.
About PTK Alpha Gamma Alpha Chapter
Peak Community College is a local chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa honors program.
Its purpose is to recognize and encourage academic excellence among students of two-year colleges. It also aims to promote individual growth through programs that provide leadership training, continual scholarship, fellowship among scholars, and service to the community.
- Cumulative GPA 3.25 or greater.
- Currently enrolled at PPCC.
- Completed 12 college level credit hours towards a degree or certificate.
- Active members must be students in good standing with respect to GPA and/or student status with PPCC.
- Grades for courses completed at other institutions may be considered when determining membership eligibility.
The President's Pell Grant Scholarship
PPCC President, Dr. Bolton, supports student success and creating opportunities for students. Students who have qualified for a PELL Grant and who are actively receiving Pell Grant monies may be eligible to receive a separate grant to cover the membership fee.
Becoming a Member
Enrollment periods open and close each semester during which invitation letters are emailed to eligible students through either your official student email or email of record.
Your emailed invitation will include a pass code. Enter your unique pass code at PTK's website to accept membership.
Membership includes a one-time, lifetime membership fee of $80.00.
Chapter and Organization Bylaws
Chapter Advisors & Officers Contact Information
Chapter Executive Officers
Executive Vice President
Vice President of Scholarship