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Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society for community colleges.
Founded in 1918 to give prestigious recognition to students with excellent scholarship and character, Phi Theta Kappa provides enrichment in four areas: scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship.
Many scholarship opportunities are available, including the USA All-American Scholarships and the Guistwhite Scholarship Program.
Inducted members are not only recognized for their outstanding academic achievements but also have opportunities to develop leadership and professional skills, earn scholarships and explore career paths.
Learn more at
Phi Theta Kappa National and
Phi Theta Kappa Texas.
The cost of membership for Phi Theta Kappa is a one-time fee of $95. If you need financial support to pay the membership fee, please contact your college chapter advisor for help.
Although each college of DCCCD operates its own chapter, students are welcome to join any chapter within the district. Please see the chapter advisor list below.