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Stephens College recognizes the over 30 students who have been inducted this year into the Alpha Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, (PTK) an international honor society for high-achieving students from two-year colleges. It is the premier honor society recognizing the academic achievement of students at associate degree-granting colleges and helping them to grow as scholars and leaders. 

To be eligible, students must complete a minimum of twelve hours of transferable course work and earn a cumulative GPA of 3.25.

 

Stephens students are as follows:
Mary Arnold
Amanda Becker
Bridget Bush
Liana Bustamante
Taylor Byerley
Jessica Carthron
Natia Compton
Amanda Debevec
Dakota Downs
Margarita Duran-Messinger
Katherine Francis
Daisy Grover
Abigail Houzenga
Olivia Klenke
Marley Lefler
Karissa Leiker
Emily Madsen
Katherine Marquart
Nicole Mbouemboue
Brynn Milam
Chloe Nielsen
Mikaila Ogle
Caila Parks
Imoni Prince
Kiaya Pruitt
Arabela Rowland
Kamaryn Sullivan
Grace Tillett
Aurola Wedman Alfaro
Diana Whitener
Jane Williams
Jenna Young

 

Stephens was named to the 2020 and 2019 PTK Transfer Honor Roll, which recognizes excellence and success in community college transfer pathway development among four-year colleges and universities.

 

About Alpha Chapter

PTK was first established at Stephens College in 1910 as Kappa Phi Omicron. In 1918, the society was renamed Phi Theta Kappa and became nationally organized. The Alpha Chapter remained at Stephens for approximately 35 years until the late 1940s when the College became a four-year institution. The chapter became active again last year (read more). 

 

About Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the largest internationally recognized honor society for two-year colleges. Their mission is to recognize academic achievement, promote individual growth and development, and provide opportunities through participation for leadership, service, and continuing scholarship. Learn more.

 

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