Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society
Membership in Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society affords you eligibility for $32 million in transfer scholarships exclusively for members. Visit ptk.org for more information or stop by the Student Life office in Building B, Room B173 for a brochure.
To become a standard member of Rho Kappa Chapter, you must achieve the following:
- A cumulative grade point average of 3.25 (maintenance GPA is 3.0).
- Have completed 12 college-level credit hours of degree or certificate course work at ECC.
- Complete the membership application.
- Attend a new member orientation session.
- Pay the one time membership fee of $99*.
Membership dues are non-refundable.
Membership fee payments are made in Student Accounts, Building B, Room B151. $4 of each membership fee will be used towards a Rho Kappa Transfer Scholarship. All inducted members are eligible to apply.
These are members that have not completed 12 college-level credit hours and/or have not demonstrated a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.25. These members will be inducted once those requirements are met. Provisional members are encouraged to participate in chapter activities and may work towards fulfilling requirements for the membership status they wish to obtain.
These members have met the minimum requirements for membership. They are not expected to participate in any society activities after they have been inducted, but will be encouraged to do so. They will receive a membership certificate, card and pin; the Phi Theta Kappa stamp on their transcripts and diploma; and are entitled to wear the gold stole and tassel at raduation at an additional charge.
In addition to the above, these members have made a commitment to actively participate in chapter activities. Your benefits include the same as the standard membership and may include the following: free gold tassel & stole if you participate in the graduation ceremony; eligible to apply for travel subsidies to conventions; hold leadership positions; and increases your competitiveness for scholarships.
*Specific details related to the enhanced membership program will be explained at a new member orientation.
Meetings are held on-campus in the Community & Heritage Rooms in Building B.
|Tuesday||February 25, 2020||5 p.m.||Building B, Room180/181|
You may submit an application at any time. To apply, complete the form. Required fields are marked with an asterisk.*