FSCC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa inducts forty students.
Fort Scott, Kansas – The Fort Scott Community
College Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (Alpha
Theta Omega) inducted forty new students.
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society that recognizes the academic
achievements of students attending two-year colleges.
are invited to join Phi Theta Kappa after completing 12 credit hours and
earning a 3.5 GPA or higher. The honor society focuses on four hallmarks at the
local, regional and international levels: leadership, service, scholarship and
McCoy, Chair of the FSCC Board of Trustees, spoke to the gathered students,
faculty and staff about the importance of perseverance and goal setting in the
pursuit of success.
Students inducted this
semester include: Christan Anderson, Joel Anderson, Chelsea
Brown, Addison Bruns, Jeremy Calahan,
Valetta Cannon, Danielle
Cliffman, Amanda-Michelle Cowan, Hayley Dellinger, Jennifer
DuVall, Dennis Floyd, Autumn Graham, Victoria
Greer, James Grizzle,
Kyle Hammond, Lee Hardesty, Janderon
Harrison, Justin Henderson,
Matthew Hicks, Natalie
Hill, Katie Jo Hull, Brendan Janes, Lane Johnson, Justus Kauffman, Brianna
Laver, Stephen McDonald, Bret McGuire, Gretchen Mills, Devon Morasch, Frank
Moreno, Rahab Ngatia, Meagan Powell, Jash Pytlowany, Jennifer Quinney, Frank
Scott, Dylan Stanley, Benjamin Sweyko, Brittany Thomas, Hannah Travis, and Ty
Budd, Phi Theta Kappa advisor, said, “I am pleased to see FSCC students take
advantage of this wonderful opportunity.”
Budd added that Phi Theta Kappa members benefit from automatic
scholarships if they transfer to a four-year school.