This week, Patrick Henry Community College’s (PHCC) chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society (Psi Phi) inducted more than 70 new members for the spring semester. These students were invited to join this exclusive national honors society based on their academic success. To be eligible, students must have completed at least 12 hours towards an associate degree and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
This Spring 2021 initiates are:
Julio Amaya Lopez, Heather Amos, Jake Arnold, Diogo Azevedo, Margarita Calderon, Johanna Calix Vivanco, Brittany Carter, Olivia Cassell, Joyce Chacha, Hailey Chitwood, Naomi Daniels, Gabriel Divers, Victoria Everhart, LeRoy Falloon, Elizabeth Ferguson, Kevin Garibay, Karla Garibay, Rosie George-Ambrocio, Melissa Gravely, Carley Gravely, Alyson Gravely, Lydia Gunter, Teresa Harkness, Landon Hill, Morgan Hill, Amanda Holcomb, Allyson Hundley, Joanie Hurd, Jaden Hurdle, Amanda Jones, Olivia Jones, Elyssa Kancherla, Kaden Knight, Brianna Knight, Jeremiah Law, Joseph Littles, Landon Martin, Isaiah Moore, Matthew Nolen, Mary Nunez, Brittney Perdue, Melissa Potter, Jessica Price, Adina Prillaman, Jasmine Pruitt, Andre Redd, Leah Reece, James Richardson, Savannah Roberts, Amber Robinette, Ignacio Ruiz-Sanchez, Bailey Sharp, Wynter Sims, Susan Smith, Morgan Smith, Kadee Southers, Kara Spencer, Brenton Spicer, Sherita Stanley, William Stowe, Madison Stowe, Myah Taylor, Adam Cade Varner, Giselle Vazquez, Lauryn Wade, John Walker, Gabriella Wall, Neelya Webb, Hunter Whitlow, Stephen Willocks, Arianna Wilson, Sydney Wilson, Leah Wisswell, Anthony Wright, Dan Zou.
Phi Theta Kappa Members are not only honored for their academic accomplishments but are also provided access to exclusive membership benefits that could help provide a competitive edge as they pursue their education and career goals.
Phi Theta Kappa is the premier honor society recognizing the academic achievement of students at associate degree-granting colleges and helping them to grow as scholars and leaders. With more than 3.5 million members and more than 1,300 chapters in 11 nations, Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honors society in higher education. The goal of Phi Theta Kappa is to not only recognize and encourage academic achievement but also to provide opportunities for leadership development, networking, and community service.
For more information about PHCC’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, contact one of the college’s PTK Faculty Advisors, LaDonna Varner at (276) 656-0304 or Bronte Miller at (276) 656-0339.