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By Paul Bradley  /  
2016 March 15 - 11:49 am

Phi Theta Kappa Membership Facts

Members of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society have success rates far in excess of national averages.

According a study that tracked 11,000 PTK members starting in the 2008-09 ­academic years, the overall six-year ­completion rate of members was 85 percent. Another seven percent were still enrolled and working toward a degree, making the overall completion rate 92 percent. That compares to the six-year completion rate for all community college students which was 40 percent.



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