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Eastern students inducted into national honor society this spring

5/8/2014

WILBURTON, OK (May 8, 2014) – This spring, a group of 43 high achieving Eastern Oklahoma State College students were inducted into the national honor society Phi Theta Kappa during a campus ceremony in Wilburton.

Founded in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is recognized as the official honor society for community colleges. The organization seeks to foster scholarship, leadership, service and fellowship among its members. Membership is based on academic achievement and is granted by invitation only. To qualify for membership, students must have completed 12 to 29 hours of associate degree course work with a cumulative 3.75 grade point average or more than 30 credit hours with a cumulative 3.5 grade point average.

Each year, Eastern’s PTK members sponsor a variety of events to serve their campus and community, including a voter registration drive and an annual Toys for Tots holiday campaign.

Eastern students inducted into PTK this spring include: Lucas Adams, Soper; Larissa Armstrong, Idabel; Shayla Bratcher, Eufaula; Cathy Briggs, Clayton; Leslie Cammarn, Garvin; Jennifer Coffey, Millerton; Courtney Cook, McAlester; Amy Davis, Clayton; Ivory Detter, Muse; Chelsey Donaldson, Idabel; Jackson Ferguson, Hugo; Gretchen Fray, Stigler; Bayler Fry, Quinton; Brittney Helmert, Wilburton; Paige Henninger, McAlester; Sherry Holeman, Broken Bow; Catherine Hyatt, Valliant; Patricia Reeves, Krebs; Jessica King, McAlester; Crystal Idika, Katy, Tex.; Rusty Long, Wilburton; Nick Mace, Tuskahoma; Cinthia McCracken, McAlester; Matthew Mitchell, Hartshorne; Decembre Mullins, McAlester; Hayley Myers, Wilburton; Tylee Phillips, Wilburton; Sherry Pierce, Kiowa; Victor Reich Martins, McAlester; Sabrina Rocha, Wilburton; Sandra Sanchez, McAlester; Sonny Scott, Stuart; Melissa Servais, Wilburton; Bailey Sexton, Kinta; Terri Smith, Wister; Julie Stearman, Quinton; Jo Stewart, Haileyville; Asiah Sumpter, Red Oak; Courtney Wall, Wilburton; Dakota Wilson, Wilburton; and Irene Woodson, Poteau.

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