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What is Phi Theta Kappa?
Phi Theta Kappa is the only international honorary of the two-year college. It provides opportunities for scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service. It currently has more than 1,200 chapters on campuses throughout the world, and recently inducted its one millionth member. Phi Theta Kappa has as its primary purpose the recognition and encouragement of academic excellence. It also seeks to promote service to the community, provide leadership development opportunities, and foster a spirit of fellowship among its members.
In order to achieve these aims, local Phi Theta Kappa chapters engage in a variety of activities. New members usually go through an induction ceremony which recognizes their achievements to date and affirms their desire to continue to pursue academic excellence. Then, throughout the year, chapters may bring in speakers, sponsor campus events, go on excursions to cultural events, undertake community service activities and fund-raisers, and interact with other chapters both in Michigan and nationwide.
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