The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students, nationwide. To achieve this purpose, Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunities for the development and advancement of leadership and service. This allows for fellowship between scholars and a continually stimulated interest in continuing their academic excellence.
New inductees are as follows: Paiden Arnwine, Muniru Bah, Ashley Brandy, Michael Burns, Misty Canizalez, Kyndel Cannon, Hadley Carpenter, Karna Clark, Cassidy Craghead, Rory Crittenden, Darby Duncan, Haley Dunlap, Cassie Ennis, Staci Evans, Connie Fines, Braxton Furer, Deyra Trejo Gonzalez, Kymber-Leigh Hall, Stacey Hardbarger, Kelseigh Hopson, Toby Huff, Benny Jones, Jarred Jones, Kelby Koonce, Samantha Lininger, Krey Long, Ashley Lotchleas, Jessica Magie, Michael Malone, Reece Mitchell, Thomas Oare, Caleb Owen, Curtsie Pace, Luz Ramirez, Mary Reed, Allie Robbins, Kerstein Rothermal, Tyler Seaton, Kyla Sisney, Ronnie Smith, Deidra Solis, Dylan Thurber, Samantha Valenzuela, Lakota Vickers, Jami West, Macee Williams, Tiffani Wood, and Brandy York.
Pictured L to R standing: Jarred Jones, Reece Mitchell, Krey Long, Kelby Koonce, Stacey Hardbarger, Muniru Bah, Connie Fines, Cassidy Craghead, Lakota Vickers, Allie Robbins, Hadley Carpenter, Curtsie Pace, Mary Reed, and Paiden Arnwine. Pictured L to R kneeling: Michael Malone, Macee Williams, and Tiffani Wood.