Midland, Texas (Nexstar) – Phi Theta Kappa, the Honorary Society of Midland College, is the oldest and largest of its kind to serve colleges in two years around the world. The international organization covers more than 1,400 chapters, and students must have a minimum of 3.5 GPA to be included.
In early March, the Texas Region honored MC’s Alpha Beta Phi Chapter at the Texas State PTK Conference, making it one of the top 15 chapters in Texas out of a total of 80 chapters in the state. The Alpha Beta Fi Chapter has named the PTK Texas Region one of the top 3 chapters selected for its Honors in Action Research Project. The research project includes video personal stories of staff and students who share how education has contributed to their lives and the lives of family members.
The Texas Region named MC’s college project “PTK Perspectives Podcast” as one of the top 20 chapter projects. Midland College Honor Society Chapter President Hena Patel was recently selected as one of the Top 30 Chapter Officers in the State.
Dr. Gilmore presented each student with a white rose in front of family, friends, college administrators and teachers. Texas Region, MC Government Professor and Honorary Program Director, serving as Chapter Advisor. Terry Gilmore receives PTK Horizon Award
Early College High School Renee Aldrin, Chancellor of Midland College, was inducted into the Hall of Honors for College Administrators.
Earlier this week, on Monday, 58 members of Al G ‘ Incorporated into PTK’s Alpha Beta Fi Chapter at Langford Chapel Center.
“It takes a lot of hard work to succeed in college,” said Dr. Midland College President. Steve Thomas said at the ceremony.