Phi Theta Kappa

What is Phi Theta Kappa?

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international honor society that promotes student success for the highest achieving students at two-year degree granting institutions. Students participate in professional development activities to help them succeed as a whole person in college and thereafter. At GSC, students have participated in service projects, fundraisers, undergraduate research symposiums and more. The PTK chapter for Gordon State College is Pi Eta. Pi Eta is in the Georgia Region under Division II. If you are interested in learning more about the Pi Eta Chapter, contact club advisors.

How do I join PTK at Gordon State College?

To join, you must receive an invitation from the Phi Theta Kappa chapter (Pi Eta) at Gordon State College.

PTK Eligibility Requirements at Gordon State College:

  • Be enrolled at Gordon State College
  • Have completed at least 12 hours of coursework toward an associate or bachelor’s degree or at least 6 hours of coursework toward a certificate of 1 year
  • Generally, have a cumulative 3.5 grade point average (Students with a 3.2 GPA may be considered and accepted provisionally)

2019-2020 Club Officers:

  • Nicole Suggs, President
  • Ivy Coleman, Vice President of Service
  • Amaya Kendall, Vice President of Scholarship
  • Louise White Pearson, Treasurer

Co-advisors:

  • Dr. Brian Webb, Associate Professor Political Science, bwebb@gordonstate.edu
  • Ms. Angiah Davis, Director of Library Services, adavis1@gordonstate.edu

News:

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Inducts 13 Members

 

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