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What Is Phi Theta Kappa?


Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society for Junior College Students. A student must meet certain guidelines based on their GPA. All students selected must have at least a 3.5 GPA with only A's and B's as acceptable grades. The students are selected and then they take the initiative to pay National and Regional Dues to join and become a part of this great organization. There are a number of benefits, with Scholarship money being at the very top. Scholarship money is available to University's in our State for students transferring and being a member of this organization. In our State the following colleges award transfer scholarships in varying amounts from $600 per year to $4000 per year: OSU, OU, OCU, Southeastern, East Central, St. Gregory's and TU.

Laura Myers awarded National Distinguished Chapter Member award 2011


Laura was named Top 5 Distinguished Chapter Member award for the OK/ARK Region  - in Conway, AR earlier this semester.

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Phi Theta Kappa Members participate in many activities on campus and in the community

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Don't miss out on a great opportunity. Contact PTK and join today!