STUDENTS JOIN PHI THETA KAPPA INTERNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
CUMBERLAND, Md. (Apr. 19, 2021) – Allegany College of Maryland’s Omicron Pi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society welcomed its spring inductees during a virtual ceremony on April 15.
PTK is the oldest international honor society founded to recognize community college students with excellent scholarship. Members follow four hallmarks, including scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. ACM’s Omicron Pi chapter is one of 76 chapters in the Middle States region. The Omicron Pi chapter is a five-star rated chapter, and the college currently boasts more than 125 PTK members. To be eligible for Phi Theta Kappa, students will have completed at least 12 college credit hours at ACM and maintained a grade point average of 3.5 or above.
Spring inductees include: Cody Brubaker, Bedford, Emily Carbaugh, Frostburg, Reece Clem, Cumberland, Hillary Custer, Ridgeley, Sarah DeValk, Cumberland, Morgan Dutil, Claysburg, Ashley Evans, Keyser, Taylor Green, Cumberland, Colby Hanlin, Westernport, Veronica McMillan, Oldtown, Alivia Melius, Saxton, Heidi Miller, Bedford, Donna Morgan, Frostburg, Chloe Puffenberger, Hancock, Katrina Rhodes, Cumberland, Megan Riggleman, Keyser, Brenton Scott, Baltimore, Devon Spiker, Frostburg, Sophia Spittal, Ursina, Britney Waller, Philadelphia, Alyssia Whitacre, Cumberland, Dalton Wilt, Ridgeley, and Nikki Winner, Rawlings.