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PTK Induction Ceremony Springs Aspirations

Saint Paul College recently held an Induction Ceremony for 16 new Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) members. PTK consists of 3.5 million members from around the world. The American Association of Community Colleges names PTK the official honor society for two-year colleges. PTK provides scholarships for Transfer, Career Technical, Dual Enrollment, Nursing, and Veteran students. Their mission statement says:

We don’t just recognize students’ academic success; we give them opportunities to develop professional and leadership skills, earn scholarships, explore career paths – and make their worlds a lot bigger.
PTK - President Peaslee

The 16 new members from Saint Paul College include:

  • Allison Warnken
  • Brittany Jacques
  • Dennis Campoverde-Lema
  • Ericka Rojas
  • Hannah Turner
  • Hellen Silveira
  • Irankunda Sadock
  • Ismail Ahmed
  • Leah Her
  • Nicole Call
  • Rejoice Udochukwu
  • Ryan Peterson
  • Sha Gleh
  • Shayna Dugger
  • Tesfaye Temuni
  • Tiara Shannon-Winn
PTK Speaker

Interested eligible students can join PTK each fall between early September and December 31. Spring students may join between early February and May 31. Scholarship information is sent to Chapter Advisors, then communicated to PTK members. There are a variety of scholarships available through PTK for Transfer, Career Tech, Dual Enrollment, Nursing, and Veteran students.

Group of PTK Members

The Coca-Cola Academic Team Scholarship is an example of the many scholarships offered through PTK. Applicants must be nominated by their college’s designated nominator and demonstrate outstanding academic achievement and significant campus or community leadership and service. Eligibility requirements include completing at least 12 hours of coursework toward an associate or bachelor’s degree, or at least 6 hours toward a 1-year certificate, and a 3.5 grade point average.

Brittany Jacques serves as the Acting President of the Beta Xi Alpha Chapter at Saint Paul College. The Beta Xi Alpha Chapter has been in place since April 2005. For more information, click the “Honor Societies” section at SPC Student Organizations.

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