Honors in Action Secrets from Phi Theta Kappa’s Deans

It’s summer, and for many of you (we hope) that means your planning for the fall semester and the remainder of the year is well underway. But is an Honors in Action Project on your to-be-planned list for the next few months?

77 Phi Theta Kappa Members are 2015 Jack Kent Cooke Scholars

Teri Jones grew up on a rural farm in Ohio in a family who determined a person’s value by the “sweat involved in one’s own labors” — it was presumed that only “rich” people could afford college.

Alpha Epsilon Nu Wins CollegeFish.org's FishFanatic Photo Contest

The Alpha Epsilon Nu Chapter at Bishop State Community College in Mobile, Alabama, submitted the winning photo in CollegeFish.org’s FishFanatic Photo Contest, sponsored by Civitas Learning®.

Overcome These Common Scholarship Myths

Each year hundreds of Phi Theta Kappa members apply for more than $300,000 in scholarships available through the Spring Scholarship Application. It’s a competitive process, but one that is well worth the effort if you plan to con

Maximize Your Momentum in May

CollegeFish.org, Phi Theta Kappa's free online transfer and completion planning tool, is hosting a series of webinars throughout the month of May aimed at helping you Maximize Your Momentum!

Florida Member and Advisor to Serve on Phi Theta Kappa Board of Directors

Jackson, MS — Yanik Etan, Phi Theta Kappa’s 2015-2016 International President and a student at College of Central Florida in Ocala, has been appointed to serve on Phi Theta Kappa’s Board of Directors and Dr.

New Competitive Edge Platform Coming in August

Phi Theta Kappa will be designing a new-and-improved Five Star Competitive Edge plan this summer with an anticipated launch date of August 2015.

Spring Scholarship App Open, Offers More Than $300,000

Students who will be continuing their education at a two-year college in the fall are invited to apply for more than $300,000 in scholarships on Phi Theta Kappa’s Spring Scholarship Application.

Phi Theta Kappa Foundation Trustee, Hites Scholarship Benefactor Remembered

Jackson, MS – Phi Theta Kappa Foundation Trustee Ray Hites, who helped establish the Hites Transfer Scholarship for Phi Theta Kappa members, died in Savannah, Georgia, on February 18.

Reaching High School Students as Potential Members

On a Saturday last November, a crowd of nearly 300 gathered at Trinity Valley Community College in Texas to participate in Phi Theta Kappa’s Leadership Development Program while learning more about the Society as a whole.


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