The Oberndorf Lifeline to Completion Scholarship has met its goal

By The Numbers

$87,000,000

Scholarships accessible to members through Phi Theta Kappa college, corporate & foundation partners

$37,000,000

Transfer scholarships offered exclusively to Phi Theta Kappans by more than 700 colleges and universities

$6,000,000

Endowments secured to ensure scholarship offerings and quality programming by Phi Theta Kappa

$1,000,000

Scholarships Awarded by Phi Theta Kappa annually

131,000

New inductees accepting membership annually into Phi Theta Kappa

3,250

Advisors committed to serving high-achieving students

1,331

Chapters recognized annually for outstanding achievements and service

1

Mission -- Serving Today's Scholars, Creating Tomorrow's Leaders

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Dr. David Pierce Remembered

Dr. David Pierce

The late Dr. David Pierce, former AACC President and a past member of Phi Theta Kappa’s Board of Directors, called the Honor Society “the marvel and envy of the educational world.” His wife, Maureen, and their children requested that, in lieu of flowers, gifts be made in Dr. Pierce's memory to Phi Theta Kappa Foundation Scholarships.

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West Williamson Memorial

West Williamson

A scholarship fund is being established to honor our friend and colleague West Williamson. As West had such a passion to help our members succeed, it is only appropriate that we remember him by helping students complete.

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Spotlight

Salley Wilson and Billy Wilson

Collaborate Across Generations

Billy Wilson grew up wanting to be a member of Phi Theta Kappa — understandable in a household where his mother, Sally, was the Kappa Alpha Chapter advisor, and his father, Ernest, was Dean at Holmes Community College in Mississippi.

Middle States Alumni

The Middle States Region of Phi Theta Kappa; which includes Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and the District of Columbia; exemplifies longevity, history and continuity ― even as it moves forward with bold plans for the future.

Dr. Jo Marshall

The Marshall Award

Named in honor of Dr. Jo Marshall, this award was created to encourage personal leadership growth of Phi Theta Kappa advisors