Edgecombe Community College’s Alpha Omega Nu chapter held its fall Phi Theta Kappa induction Nov. 21 on the Tarboro campus. A total of 23 students became members.
Phi Theta Kappa is an honor society for students attending two-year schools.
The guest speaker at the induction ceremony was Ann Kent, Developmental Studies program chairwoman and current holder of the Keihin Endowed Faculty Chair at ECC. She discussed influential individuals in people’s lives and opportunities to be influential.
Fall 2013 Phi Theta Kappa inductees are:
- Ayden: Roshawn M. Anderson
- Everetts: Clifton W. Matthews Jr.
- Fayetteville: Tara M. DeButts
- Fountain: Stephanie P. Jenkins
- Grimesland: Amber M. Taylor
- Hobgood: La’Janda L. Dickens
- Nashville: Crystal S. Robbins
- Pinetops: Ricky A. Davis, Jenny L. Webb
- Princeville: Tanasia S. Richardson
- Raleigh: Ayesha R. Peppers
- Rocky Mount: Andre Cooper, Marilyn P. Howard, Briana M. Jones, Dwan R. McDowell, Allen W. Patterson, Marcia E. Simms, Kathy R. Stewart, Brenquitta N. Webb
- Tarboro: Michelle R. Feeley
- Whitakers: Gloria C. Harris
- Wilson: James C. Alderman
- Windsor: Brittany J. Morris
To be a member of Phi Theta Kappa, students must have completed 12 credit hours in an associate degree program and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher.
Students must then maintain at least a 3.25 grade point average to remain in the group.