The Alvin Community College Mu Upsilon Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa inducted 34 new members during its spring ceremony on March 25. Over 3,600 students have been inducted into the ACC PTK chapter since its inception in 1963.
PTK is the international honor society of two-year colleges. Members follow four hallmarks, including scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship. To be eligible for PTK, students must have completed at least 12 college credit hours at ACC and maintained a grade point average of at least 3.5.
Students inducted into ACC PTK during the ceremony were: Tracy Blakely, of Pearland; Sean Boggan, of Alvin; Asaea Burns, of League City; Christin Catalina, of League City; Mark Copeland, of League City; Heather Corona, of League City; John Dowling, of Alvin; Melissa Dowling, of Alvin; Matthew Driscoll, of Santa Fe; Victoria Fath, of Pearland; Laurell Garcia, of Houston; Darline Gonzalez, of Brazoria; Michelle Goodrum, of Alvin; Sara Greene, of League City; Kevin Johnson, of Pearland; Megan Kehr, of Alvin; Elizabeth McAfee, of Brazoria; Rebecca Neillands, of Alvin; Kathie O’Donovan, of Friendswood; Joaquin Olivarez, Jr., of Alvin; Timothy Olsen, of Alvin; William Parker, of Alvin; Rachel Randall, of Alvin; Tamra Rowe, of League City; Theresa Saenz, of Hitchcock; Miranda Sanchez, of Alvin; James Seals, of Brazoria; Elizabeth Smith, of Friendswood; Denice Spreeman, of Santa Fe; Justin Standard, of Manvel; Isaac Tidwell, of Dickinson; Isaac Wehmanen, of Manvel; Melissa Wilburn, of Pearland; and Laura Williams, of Alvin.
For more information about ACC PTK membership, call (281) 756-5674.