Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for the two-year colleges. PTK offers recognition of academic excellence, scholarships, career placement resources, leadership development, and service opportunities. Click here for the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society website.
East Central Community College's Theta Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa meets the first Tuesday of each month while classes are in session.
The advisors for ECCC's Theta Xi Chapter of PTK are:
Dean of Students
Dr. Amanda Walton
Director of Housing/Student Activities
These East Central Community College students were into Theta Xi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa in Fall 2017. Inductees and their hometowns include (front row, from left) Hannah Hall, Courtney McNair and Shelby Greenwood, all of Philadelphia; Mikayla Figueroa of Union, Macie Barrett of Noxapater, Alex Cleveland of Chunky and Kiersten Johnson of Newton; (second row, from left) Laken Winstead, Taylor Harrison and Ella Grace Robertson, all of Philadelphia; Madison Dempsey of Louisville, Albany Davis of Newton, Abbey Armstrong of Morton, and Anna Bowen and Bailey Smith, both of Philadelphia; (third row, from left) Rylee Holdiness and Makinsie Clark, both of Nanih Waiya; Emily Nelson of Little Rock, Gabi Sparnecht and Haley Holland, both of Philadelphia; Deanna Sangster of Noxapater, Ray Farlow of Union and Dakota Bailey of Philadelphia; and (back row, from left) Zach Boykin of Nanih Waiya, Javontae Spivey of Forest, Josh Warnsley of Decatur, Colby Stanley of Nanih Waiya, Chris Perez of Forest, Hunter McElroy of Louisville, and Samuel Singleton and Samuel Loper, both of Philadelphia. Not pictured is Joshua Chumney of Long Beach.
These East Central Community College students were inducted into Theta Xi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa in Spring 2018. Inductees and their hometowns include (front row, from left) Allison Harris of Collinsville, Stacia Cleveland of Decatur, Brooke Rawson of Forest, Nena Hammond of Decatur, Molli Alexander and Katie Dulay both of Union, Samantha McMullan of Decatur, Kalyn Smith of Carthage, Anna Brooke Skinner of Union, Savannah Watkins, Kayla Lovorn and Madison Boykin all of Louisville, Sarah Hollingsworth of Decatur, and Brianna Ickom and Claire Harris both of Lake; (second row, from left) Woody Vowell of Ackerman, Mason Garner of Newton, Jason Hocutt of Forest, Rebekah Scitzs of Collinsville, Marla Hudson of Louisville, Adrienne Sisson of Philadelphia, NaDayjah Keeton of Lake, Marzell Triplett of Forest, Amia Henry of Carthage, Marygrace Lee and Alexus Patrick, both of Forest, Niley Craven of Newton, Sara Mazzella of Lawrence, Grace Addy of Carthage, Tori Ferguson of Decatur, and Jacob School of Madison; (third row, from left) Austin Braswell of Hattiesburg, Letrice Strength of Carthage, Jeremy Griffin of Union, Christopher Baker, Ashley Malone, and Iris Keen, all of Louisville, Carrie Logan of Lake, Halli Feasel of Philadelphia, Kayla Feist of Collinsville, Robyn Gilbert of Forest, Santorrius Jackson of Meridian, Celeeka Roby of Carthage, Landon Gibson and Ken Scott, both of Meridian, Heidy Quinonez Herrera of Bogota, Colombia, Bethany Wellerman of Lawrence, and Hayley Null of Collinsville; and (back row, from left) Parker Leitaker of Carthage, Daniel Wall of Decatur, Shelby Withers of Carthage, Nathan Davis of Decatur, Chris Bates of Sebastopol, Philip Webster of Meridian, Jason Newbaker of Collinsville, Justin Wilcher of Philadelphia, Evan Miles of Sebastopol, Ryan Ethridge of Collinsville, Beau Roberts of Meridian, Will Ladner of Perkinston, Chris Sharpe of Walnut Grove, Matthew Moore of Decatur, Joshua Grimes of Lake, Clark Graham of Louisville, Drew Weir of Newton, and Jonathan Green of Carthage.
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