Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
FIT has a very active chapter of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, the international honor society for associate degree students. Membership in PTK entitles students to scholarship opportunities and the privilege of wearing the honors stole at graduation. Stoles are distributed free of charge at induction for new members. In addition, members can elect to become involved in numerous academic, social, and community service activities.
Recognition: Recognition for your academic excellence through an Induction Ceremony and presentation of an honors stole to wear at your commencement ceremony.
Scholarships: Up to $90 million in scholarships to help you complete your associates, bachelor’s and even master's degrees.
Build a Network: Meet other students with the same academic passions and drive for success. Participate in bi-weekly meetings, community service projects, fundraisers, and conferences.
Leadership Development: Practice your leadership skills in FIT's chapter through service and research projects. Access to PTK's custom, national recognized Leadership Development Studies curriculum.
Career Training: Build professional skills and learn how to navigate the job market through PTK's online Edge programs.
In order to be eligible, students must be currently enrolled in a 1 or 2 year program, maintain a 3.5 GPA or higher and have completed 12 or more credits at FIT.
Each semester, we host a formal induction ceremony to honor new members and welcome them into the society. Membership in PTK entitles students the privilege of wearing the honors stole at graduation and stoles are distributed free of charge at induction for new members.