Phi Theta Kappa

Alpha Nu Eta Chapter: established at KCC in 1987

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is an international honor society in which membership is by invitation only. Students in the organization must have completed 12 or more semester hours with a 3.5 or higher grade point average (GPA). PTK strives to recognize and reward high-achieving students providing scholarships for continued studies, as well as opportunities to develop critical leadership skills.

Current Officers & Advisors | Why PTK? | Scholarships | Conference Opportunities

2021-2022 PTK Officers:

Kassidy Bishop  |  Ava Cooney  |  Monica Feldpausch  |  Jennaleigh Penny | Marienna Welk

Advisors:

Drew Hutchinson hutchinsond@kellogg.edu & Rebekah Love lover@kellogg.edu

Why PTK?

Students meeting PTK membership requirements should expect to receive an invitation to join via email and USPS. The 2021 spring invitation/induction process has completed. The fall induction process will begin in October 2021.

Phi Theta Kappa Membership Application

Completed applications, along with a one-time membership fee of $80.00, can be submitted to the Records and Registration office (Ohm Information Technology Center on the Battle Creek Office), or to the front office of any KCC regional center. This fee may also be paid over the phone via credit card by calling 269-965-5522, and completed forms may also be submitted via email at studentlife@kellogg.edu

Students can apply for assistance with the $80.00 membership fee through the PTK Membership Dues Scholarship. This is a new scholarship for incoming PTK members to erase the financial barrier to joining Phi Theta Kappa. You can learn more and apply for this scholarship by visiting the PTK Membership Dues Scholarship link.  *Please note this application is separate from the PTK membership application. This scholarship application must be completed by Friday, February 19th with recipients being awarded February 26. Awards must be accepted by March 4

Scholarship Opportunities:

For additional information on PTK scholarships, visit the PTK website at http://www.ptk.org/Scholarships.aspx

For additional information on KCC Scholarships, visit the KCC Foundation at https://www.kellogg.edu/about/foundation/.

Conference Opportunities:

This space will be updated as opportunities arise – check back soon!