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The Phi Theta Kappa Key
Benefits of Membership

Membership certificate
Golden Key membership pin
Wallet identification card
Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship Directory
(transfer scholarships for members only)

Automatic nomination for the National
Dean’s List, a biographical publication of outstanding students

Automatic enrollment in the Phi Theta
Kappa Transfer Database

“Member of Phi Theta Kappa” included
on transcript.

Privilege of wearing the monogrammed
golden Phi Theta Kappa honors stole and tassel at graduation

Society jewelry and merchandise
Scholarship opportunities
.
Educational & enrichment opportunities
Leadership and communications skills
development opportunities

Campaign for and hold office
Regional and international awards
Participation in local, regional and
international honors programs
and Its Symbolism
The Golden Key is the official emblem of the Society. The golden field represents golden opportunities. Across the center on a black enamel band, three Greek letters appear, which are the initials of three mystic Greek words symbolizing phronimon (Phi), thumos (Theta) and katharotes (Kappa)—signifying wisdom, aspiration and purity respectively.
Behind the black band is a wreath composed of oak leaves on one side and laurel leaves on the other. The oak leaves stand for stability and strength of character. The graceful, curling leaves of the laurel signify achievement and success, all attributes for membership in our society.
Above the band is a representation of the head of Athena, the Goddess of Learning; in the base appear the mystic Greek letters meaning light: the light of knowledge and learning, the common ideal for members of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
The Golden Key pin is worn on a member’s left lapel. It may only he worn by members or honorary members of Phi Theta Kappa.


For more information
For more information about Phi Theta Kappa, please contact
Barb Mollberg, Phi Theta Kappa Advisor Rochester Community & Technical College
th
851 30 Avenue SE
Rochester, MN 55904-4999
Office:
Plaza Hall 424
Work Phone:
507/285-7111
E-Mail:
barb.mollberg@roch.edu
Web Page: _____________
http://www.ptk.com
Phi Theta Kappa
International Honor Society of the Two-Year College


Opportunities for
Scholarship, Leadership,
Service and Fellowship


Omicron Chapter
Rochester Community & Technical College
1998 all rights reserved. The Phi Theta Kappa name, logo and
various titles are registered with the U.S. Patent Office. (R0398)

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