PJC Sulphur Springs Campus Beta Zeta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Induction Ceremonies

The Beta Zeta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Paris Junior College recently held spring 2018 induction ceremonies in Sulphur Springs, Greenville and Paris. The two-year college honor society inducted 175 students this semester.

PTK offers students opportunities to develop qualities of scholarship, leadership, fellowship, and service. To be eligible, students must have a grade point average of 3.5. They also may become eligible for transfer scholarships.

A huge crowd of family and friends attended the ceremonies in at the PJC-Sulphur Springs campus to help students celebrate this academic achievement.

Above are 19 PJC-Sulphur Springs Center students inducted into Beta Zeta chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Paris Junior College by Chapter Advisor Trina Lubbe, pictured at left.

PJC-Sulphur Springs campus officers introduced at the induction were vice presidents Molly Wansley, center, and Mac Smithson. Parker Cummings is the campus chapter secretary.

Newly inducted students from from the area include:

Brashear: Justin Beard, Cody Sutton

Campbell: Darrel Dix, Anjella Yates

Commerce: Tabitha Kelly

Como: Hannah Goodwin, Gladys Pulgarin, Naul Rojas, Marlee Sheets

Cooper: Ashlee Harvey, Sarah Imhoff

Cumby: Sandra Dougherty, Brayden Freeman, Lauren Hudson, Colton McDonald

Emory: Courtney Fults, Catherine Jeffers

Pickton: Agustin Cuevas, Parker Cummings, Presli Cummings

Point: Nancy Briggs, Carl Good

Sulphur Springs: Cindy Aranda, Carlos Delgado, Madison Gaddis, Mollie Gibbins, Gideon Gregory, Noah Hargrove, Sarah Harper, Sydnee Hawkins, Jonna Higginbotham, Joshua Jenkins, Brooklyn Moon, Olympia Murillo, Brenna Murray, Robert Noe, Harold Smithson


Author: Staff Reporter

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