Phi Theta Kappa Honors Tradition of Involvement
By David Lorduy
Phi Theta Kappa is one of the most respected organizations on campus. This honor society for the two-year college is right in the RVCC campus in the Student Activities Office. Phi Theta Kappa members are noted for their pride and adherence to the four hallmarks of scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. This prestigious organization rewards excellence by offering scholarships and the opportunity to shape the college and the community.
with Alpha Epsilon Pi can make a huge difference and may be the determining
factor when being accepted into a university or for receiving a scholarship.
In fact, hundreds of colleges and universities offer up to full scholarships
just for being a Phi Theta Kappa member. Awards to active members and
volunteers such as our Monthly Member of Excellence award, Volunteer of
the Month, Honor Student Hall of Fame and our Five Star Member Award are
given throughout the year and are noted on transcripts at the end of the
To be eligible to be in the Honor Society a student must receive a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and they must have at least 12 credits. If a student does not fit this category, he/she can be a Phi Theta Kappa volunteer whom will still be recognized throughout the campus and whom will be eligible for one of our many non-member awards.
Fall 2004 inductions are on Nov. 11, 2004. Orientation dates are on Oct. 7th - 13th at 12:00pm and at 7:30pm in the atrium, where applications can be picked up for the fall membership induction.
Meet Us: At our Office in Student Activities Center.
Call us: 908- 575- 9458
us: On our Lions Den Group or on our homepage off the Raritanval.edu website.