Spring 2019 PTK inductees

Spring 2019 PTK inductees

57 students join honor society

Spring 2019 PTK inductees

Posted On: 06/05/19

Fifty-seven Kankakee Community College students were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society during the Spring 2019 semester.

Phi Theta Kappa is an international academic honor society for community college students. To join Phi Theta Kappa, students must have a 3.5 grade point average or better on a 4.0 scale.

  • Ashkum: Tricia O’Connor.
  • Beecher: Joel Barraza.
  • Bonfield: Alita Hill and Faith Keller.
  • Bourbonnais: Erica Billington, Kaylee Billington, Alexis Bohlmann, Caleb Campe, Alexandra Dubravec, Antonia Guajardo, Kaitlyn Hagge, Oscar Jones, McKinley Marcotte, Genevieve Marion, Nicole Martinez, Johana Morris, Avery Norwick, Erica Norwick, Emma Ogle, Faith Quigley, Elizabeth Strand, Gabrielle Wagner, Malgorzata Zeglen and Jakob Zirbel.
  • Bradley: Hanna Teneyuca (pictured). 
  • Buckingham: Megan Kersten.
  • Chebanse: Kaitlin Bowers, Molly Saindon and Benjamin Schafer.
  • Clifton: Abbey Boudreau and Andrew Boudreau.
  • Grant Park: Amanda Trompler.
  • Herscher: Kyla Brychta.
  • Kankakee: Raeven Carroll, Thomas Harwood, Heather Jensen, Kiara Lewis, Nicholas Mullins, Michael Perley, Veronica Romero and Amy Tiburtini.
  • Loda: Cole Eshleman.
  • Manteno: Elan Benge, Piaget Felix (pictured), James Langer and Brent Matherly. 
  • Martinton: Colin Corriveau and Bruce Lane.
  • Momence: Mattison Lanie and Amy Leach.
  • Pembroke Township: Eric Godines.
  • Peotone: Alannah Anker and Karah Anker.
  • Saint Anne: Hannah Lance.
  • Watseka: Courtney Heath, Ben Lyznicki and McCall Schunke.

KCC holds induction ceremonies for new Phi Theta Kappa members each fall and spring semester.

Phi Theta Kappa has recognized academic achievement at associate degree-granting colleges since 1918. It also is the largest honor society in American higher education, with more than 3.5 million members and 1,283 chapters in 10 nations. 

The society offers opportunities for scholarships, intellectual enrichment, and personal development through programs based on the society’s hallmarks of scholarship, leadership, service, and fellowship. To be eligible for membership, students must have a 3.5 grade point average or better on a 4.0 scale.

For more information on the Alpha Delta Eta chapter at KCC, contact Susan LaMore, chapter adviser,  at slamore@kcc.edu.