Phi Theta Kappa
PHI THETA KAPPA ΦΘΚ
(Beta Delta Lambda Chapter at OCCC) ΒΔΛ
Laura Hamilton PTK Advisor
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international honor society for two- year colleges. To qualify for regular PTK membership, full-time students must have completed at least 12 OCCC or transferable credits with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0. Eligible full-time students are invited to join each term via email. Transfer students who believe they are eligible should speak to a PTK advisor.
Contact the current PTK advisors for more information. Inductees swear acceptance of PTK hallmarks of scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. PTK hasseveral service projects and fundraisers each year, an honors study topic and regular meetings. Membership in PTK provides access to a scholar- ship database and eligibility for certain scholarships. One induction ceremony is held Spring term of each academic year.
In the past the local chapter has been involved in a number of service projects and fundraisers. On the regional level, honors projects have led interested students through a deep inquiry and research into an area of study for a term or up to a full year. Our chapter has regular meetings to which all members and interested students are invited.