What is Phi Theta Kappa (PTK)?

  • The international honor society of two-year colleges officially recognized by the AACC (American Association of Community Colleges)
  • One of the world’s largest and most prestigious honor societies for college students
  • A national organization devoted to Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship

How do I qualify for membership?

  • 3.50 GPA with a minimum of 12 semester hours of associate degree credit
  • Maintenance of a GPA of 3.30 or higher to remain in good standing
  • One-time membership dues of $65; these dues go directly to Phi Theta Kappa International – our local chapter (Alpha Zeta Mu) is supported by student activity fees
  • Participation in the Fall or Spring Induction Ceremony

What are the membership benefits of Phi Theta Kappa?

 Opportunities for leadership, fellowship, scholarships and service

  • Access to scholarship opportunities exceeding $36 million annually
  • Automatic inclusion in the National Dean’s List publication
  • Gold-embossed, personalized commemorative certificate of membership
  • Privilege of wearing the Honors Stole at graduation

What if I have additional questions about Phi Theta Kappa?

 If you have additional questions concerning membership in PTK, please contact one of the advisers listed below:

Ms. Somaya Muiny

Office: NE 2420, Phone: 770-274-5384, smuiny1@gsu.edu

Dr. Jay Dunn

Office: ND 2000-1, Phone : 770-274-5068, jdunn1@gsu..edu

You also may visit the PTK website at www.ptk.org for more information about Phi Theta Kappa in general or the Dunwoody Chapter website at http://sites.gsu.edu/dunazm/ for more information about our local chapter and how to accept your invitation to join Phi Theta Kappa.