The Stole of Gratitude does not signify membership in Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
The Stole of Gratitude is intended to be given by PTK members to those who have contributed to the success of Phi Theta Kappa members collectively or individually.
It is the perfect way to say thank you to your advisor, college president, administrator, teacher, or friends and family for supporting you on your path to student success.
While it is perfect for these individuals to wear at inductions, awards programs and commencement ceremonies, the Stole of Gratitude is not intended to be worn by members as part of the Phi Theta Kappa Graduation Regalia.
The Stole of Gratitude is made of blue satin and finished with a gold embroidered seal and features the Greek letters of the Society. The Stole of Gratitude does not signify membership in PTK.
All profits from the sale of the Stole of Gratitude will benefit the Phi Theta Kappa Foundation’s Golden Opportunity Scholarship program, which opens the door to membership for students who qualify but cannot afford the fees.