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- What is Phi Theta Kappa?
- Answer: Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is a two-year honor society.
- The two missions of Phi Theta Kappa:
- Is to recognize and encourage academic success, and
- To provide opportunities for individual growth and development through the four hallmarks program: honors, leadership, service, and fellowship.
- How do I become a member?
- Answer: You must have a minimum of 3.5 G.P.A. and at least 12 credits from BMCC
- If your G.P.A is lower than a 3.5 after accepting Phi Theta Kappa Membership, you have one semester to raise your G.P.A to a 3.5.
- Accept Membership here: Congratulations!
- Are Part-Time Students Eligible?
- Answer: Part-time students are eligible if they have the minimum of 12 BMCC credit hours.
- For more info click link: Phi Theta Kappa
- How much is the membership fee?
- Answer: Phi Theta Kappa's membership fee is $75. It is only paid once (once a member, always a member no matter where you go after a two-year college).
- When are the meetings held?
- Answer: Executive and Officer meetings are 2 p.m.- 3 p.m. on Wednesdays
- Member meetings are 3 p.m. - 3:50 p.m. on Wednesdays
- How to become an active member?
- Answer: Participate in the weekly (Wednesday) meeting, come join us in the Executive and Officer meetings, use the competitive edge, help with the college project, and contribute to the honors in action project.
If you meet the requirements and have not received an invitation please contact the following:
Phi Theta Kappa Adviser