Phi Theta Kappa, the world’s largest honor society for two-year college students, honored Laramie County Community College with several awards at this year’s international convention in Kansas City.
This year’s recognition included:
- A five-star rating for its work throughout the year.
- Selection as one of the top 100 Phi Theta Kappa chapters in the world (competing against more than 1,300 other schools).
- The Hallmark Award for Leadership, representing the Colorado/Wyoming region
Regionally, LCCC also place first for college project and second in the categories of Honors in Action and overall distinguished chapter award.
Crystal Stratton, one of the chapter advisors and a communications instructor, received the Paragon Award for new advisors, and student Michelle Kilpatrick was honored with the Distinguished Chapter Officer Award.
Mary Ludwig and Stratton serve as the chapter’s advisors, and Arshi Rizwani-Nisley serves as the chapter’s advisor and as the Colorado/Wyoming Regional Coordinator.