The Alpha Courtyard

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The Alpha Courtyard at Phi Theta Kappa Headquarters

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.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Phi Theta Kappa Foundation is to secure the financial resources to support the values, vision, and priorities of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.

Case for Support

The Phi Theta Kappa Foundation provides the resources for unique and innovative programs that encourage, engage, and motivate individuals to complete their degrees, fulfill their dreams and become leaders in our society.


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. Mary Anne Player

Dr. Mary Anne Player

Dr. Player's legacy will live on through the Orlowski Candidate Scholarship, which she created and endowed through a $50,000 legacy