The Alpha Courtyard
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Honor Those Who Honored You...
The Alpha Courtyard at The Center for Excellence was constructed to honor those who have supported and served the ideals and mission of Phi Theta Kappa.
Many have purchased bricks to commemorate their Phi Theta Kappa experience or to express appreciation for those who are instrumental in the success of that experience.
The engraved bricks are given a permanent, prominent home in the Alpha Courtyard, and funds from the sales are directed to support the Society's educational and scholarship programs.
Who has been honored in the Alpha Courtyard? Bricks have been purchased by past International, Regional and Chapter Officers and Members, by chapters wishing to honor their advisors, in appreciation or in memory of family members, and by Honors Institute seminar groups.
You know its mascot, and you know its tagline. But did you know that GEICO has given more than $1 million to support scholarships and programs for Phi Theta Kappa members?
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.
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.