Welcome to Phi Theta Kappa

Phi Theta Kappa is the International Honor Society of the two year college with over 1200 chapters worldwide. Membership is open only to students who meet the eligibility requirements. Our chapter, Alpha Kappa Sigma, plans activities throughout the year based on the society Hallmarks of Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Fellowship.

Spring Membership Acceptance Period Open through May 31, 2024. Join today!

Eligible students will receive an invitation, at their college-issued email address, at the beginning of the semester. 

Upcoming Chapter Activities

Chapter meetings are held on the first Friday of the month, 1:00-2:00, Lakewood Campus, Snowmass room 4115. For a full list of Phi Theta Kappa activities, go to Fox Life.

February 15-March 22, 2024   College Project Clothing Drive Collection at Student Life Desk and Front Information Desks
March 25-March 29, 2024   College Project Clothing Shop Lakewood Campus, Mt Blue Sky, room 1470

April 17, 2024


Induction Ceremony

Registration required

Lakewood Campus, Community Room 1280


How do I join Phi Theta Kappa?

New members are invited to join during the spring and fall semester. To be eligible students must:

  • Be currently enrolled in college-level courses at RRCC
  • Be degree-seeking
  • Have a cumulative 3.5 GPA
  • Have completed 12 college-level credits at RRCC

Congratulations Alpha Kappa Sigma!  Our Chapter was recognized with a Reach Award for Chapter growth.

   Spring Induction Ceremony

 PTK President Shaydie Boyd and Vice President Sarah Minor pose during the PTK Induction Ceremony.New members inducted to PTK.A new PTK member receives a white rose during the Induction Ceremony.

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Take a look at our top 10 reasons for completing community college!

What are the benefits of being a member?

There are many opportunities for transfer scholarships, leadership development, and service to the college and community. Members who become officers have opportunities to attend training and conferences at the regional and national levels. 


What are some of the activities members participate in during the academic year?

Constitution Day, Honor is Action: a research/service project, a College Project: to support the goals of the college, Relay for Life, Book Drives, Food Drives

What is the time commitment?

There is no requirement for service. Those who are interested in participating can volunteer for as little as an hour or two per event or as much as chairing a committee that works on a project over several weeks time.

Monthly Chapter Newsletters

Phi Theta Kappa Relay for  Life Team