Phi Theta Kappa

Academic honor society adds new members at RCC

PTK Inductees – Warsaw Campus

PTK Inductees – Warsaw Campus

In order to be invited to join Phi Theta Kappa, which is the official honor society for two-year colleges worldwide, students must maintain a grade-point average of 3.5 or better. Inducted into the society by faculty advisors Amie Schaumberg and Matthew Brent were:

Andrea Gayle, Caroline County; Josephus Sotomayor, Essex County; Drew Anderson, John Forehand, Jr., Shelby Gwartney, Diona Ormon, Christine Riddett, Tara Sinischo, Taylor Slozak, and Amy Troxel, all of Gloucester County; Alexis Lassiter, James City County; Sarah Garner and Monisha Holmes, both of King and Queen County; Taylor Courtney and Tara Padovan-Hickman, both of King George County; Amber Brooks, Leigh Anne Custalow, Cassandra Gower, Elease Loranger, Portia Robinson, Sarah Sheffield, and Adria Webb, all of King William County; Ronald Cutler, Sonja Dickerson, Jessica Fearing, Kendall Rosalia, Kenneth Savko, and Laura Smith, all of Lancaster County; Anna Hudgins, Nathan Mayo, Shelby Miles, and Samantha Rutter, all of Mathews County; Rachel Crews, Laura Episcopo, Holly Oliver, Terri Williams, and Katie Willis, all of Middlesex County; Jennifer Berryman, James Giffin, and Halie Maass, all of New Kent County; Jennifer Brewer, Jonathan Gall, and Sarah Haynie, all of Northumberland County; Jessica Bronner, Amanda Fallin, Emily Gay, Abigail Goszka, Jennifer Houchin, and David Keatts, Jr., all of Richmond County; and Alexander Baughan, Rebecca Brown, McKenzie Conway, Kadera Lyburn, Breisha Smith, and Shanetra Weldon, all of Westmoreland County.

PTK Inductees – Glenns Campus

PTK Inductees – Glenns Campus

Established in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa is today the largest honor society in American higher education, with over 2 million members, and more than 1,200 chapters located in all 50 states, the United States territories, Canada, Germany, and Japan.