Phi Theta Kappa

How do I become a PTK member?

If you have completed 12 college level credit hours within the DCCCD and have a GPA of 3.5 or greater (not including developmental courses):

Phi Theta Kappa Wants You

All eligible students & members are invited to attend
  Orientations & Meetings.

Applications will be available and collected in the OSER, C237.

Why should I join?

Contact our  Psi Eta's Chapter President Bradley Huddleston at efcptk@gmail.com to learn more about the numerous benefits of becoming a PTK member.

Please do not hesitate to contact any of the following advisors for additional information.

Prof Michael Noble972.860.7146michaelnoble@dcccd.edu
Sharon Cook972.860.7629scook@dcccd.edu
Prof Rik Post972.860.8342rpost@dcccd.edu

You can also find out more by visiting these websites...
Phi Theta Kappa (National): www.ptk.org
Texas Phi Theta Kappa: www.txptk.org