The Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Scholarship is an initiative created to reward qualified undergraduate transfer students who show excellent academic potentials. The scholarship program seeks to award students who have made outstanding achievements in their academics.

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The scholarship awards its beneficiaries up to $1,000 every year for 3 years, which makes $3,000 in total. The program funding is divided per semester which means the scholarship awards $500 to students each semester.

To be eligible for the PTK Scholarship, candidates must meet the following requirements:

•Candidates must have been offered admission to study an undergraduate degree program.
•Must be a US citizen or legal resident of the United States.
•Must submit evidence of PTK membership from their local community college chapter.
•Candidates must have obtained a minimum 3.25 cumulative college grade point average on a 4.00 scale.

Students who are awarded the PTK scholarship also stand a chance to be chosen for the Warrior Transfer Scholarship if they meet certain requirements.

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The PTK Scholarship can be renewed by students provided they are able to meet the eligibility requirements. The scholarship can be renewed for two years of undergraduate study. To renew the scholarship, students must maintain full-time enrollment, earn twenty-four credits each academic year, 12 credits per semester, and also maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00.