Phi Theta Kappa

Theta Lambda Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa celebrates its 60th anniversary on the Andrew College campus this May.  At the Spring Semester 2013 Induction Ceremony, Advisor Karan Pittman spoke to the students on the ideals of Phi Theta Kappa – Wisdom, Aspiration, Purity. 

Officers and students have been busy in 2012-2013.  In the Fall Semester, the Theta Lambda students distributed pink ribbons for Breast Cancer Awareness, painted children’s faces at the Randolph Crossroads Festival and sponsored the Great American Smokeout on the campus.  The year ended with an Old Main Birthday Party in November in conjunction with “Dancing with the Faculty”. 

Projects for Spring Semester 2013 include a Don’t Text and Drive Campaign, Seminar Day, Community College Completion  and the Life Raft Debate.  In April, the chapter will raise money for alum Neida Soto, who plans to bicycle across the country, stopping to build homes, with “Bike And Build”.

Theta Lambda members continue to take on new challenges and to initiate new ideas on the Andrew College campus

Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honorary society for two year colleges in the nation with over two million members. Approximately 1200 chapters have been chartered within the United States and United States territories. Over 100,000 members are inducted annually.





Phi Thea Kappa

New and current members 2013:

Steven Arrayave, Sam Epeagba, Shohinee Ghosh, Giovanni West, Sabino Rodriguez, Bryan Ordonez, Yareni Carvajal, Logan Strickland, Stephan Ibar, Danielle Morgan, Andres Chapparo, Linda Clark, Kristen Flowers, Tiffany Hamilton, Rachel Stahlman, Eduardo Sanchez, Brooke Heilman

Phi Theta Kappa

2012-2013 Theta Lambda Officers:

Giovanni West, Public Relations; Bryan Ordonez, Vice-President-Service; Logan Strickland, Vice-President, Scholarship; Danielle Morgan, Vice-President-Fundraising; Andres Chapparo - President; Linda Clark - Secretary