By The Numbers
Scholarships accessible to members through Phi Theta Kappa college, corporate & foundation partners
Transfer scholarships offered exclusively to Phi Theta Kappans by more than 700 colleges and universities
Endowments secured to ensure scholarship offerings and quality programming by Phi Theta Kappa
Scholarships Awarded by Phi Theta Kappa annually
New inductees accepting membership annually into Phi Theta Kappa
Advisors committed to serving high-achieving students
Chapters recognized annually for outstanding achievements and service
Mission -- Serving Today's Scholars, Creating Tomorrow's Leaders
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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.
Imagine yourself taking that first step on a journey -- both exciting and terrifying. You have probably been there many times, anticipating the possibilities, but frightened of the very same possibilities.
Years ago, a 30-year-old woman faced that same feeling -- trying to find the courage to attend community college.
Rosemary and Lou Oberndorf are well known in the higher education world as steadfast supporters of college completion. Through relationships with colleges across the country, they have helped hundreds of students achieve their dreams of completing a college degree.
Phi Theta Kappa is committed to creating strong, engaged chapters on college campuses across the world, building students who are true servant leaders and scholars dedicated to making their colleges and communities a better place.
Partnering with Phi Theta Kappa, the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and Coca-Cola Foundation will award nearly half a million dollars in scholarships to more than 400 Phi Theta Kappa members and community college students this year.