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VC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa honor society

PTK Induction Kelly Janak, chapter president of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, welcomes the guests to the Nov. 14 induction ceremony at Victoria College’s Student Center.

Thirty-eight students were inducted into Victoria College’s Zeta Gamma Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society on Nov. 14 at VC’s Student Center.

Chapter President Kelly Janak welcomed guests and provided opening remarks at the event. Jason Pitruzzello, VC English instructor, was the keynote speaker.

Victoria College students inducted were:

  • Elias Alcazar
  • Tru Avila
  • Michael Bell
  • Kashish Chand
  • Aaron Cisneros
  • Jordan Burtyk-Clark
  • Aliyah Davis
  • Lasley Davis
  • Mikayla Dinkins
  • Megan Easterling
  • Brittani Escobar
  • Lucia Fernandez
  • Tristine Galvan
  • Madisen Gay
  • Derrick Giddings
  • Richard Guerra
  • Elisha Hosey-Stewart
  • Lillian Hoskinson
  • Jessica Kezar
  • Martin Creed
  • Morgan Meyer
  • Mary Murphy
  • Kylie Neuvar
  • Katelyn Ostby
  • Alexandra Paulsen
  • Tyler Peck
  • Jennifer Pittman
  • Aaron Points
  • Harley Rios
  • Reed Rivera
  • Josselyn Rosas
  • Loria Rose
  • Christine Saenz
  • Sheila Sampleton
  • Jude Stehling
  • Sadie Thibodeaux
  • Angelyn Tovar
  • Brittany Usoff
  • Micah Waechter
  • Sophie Williams

Students must have a 3.5 GPA to be eligible for induction and maintain a 3.1 or higher after induction.

Phi Theta Kappa was established in 1918 to recognize and encourage academic achievement of two-year college students and provide opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership and service programming.