Student Groups/Organizations at the University Center
Murray State College Student Groups:
Phi Theta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) is THE Honor Society for two year colleges. The primary purpose of the society is recognition of scholars at the community college level. We operate within our four hallmarks, which are Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship. Membership is obtained by invitation only and letters are mailed out in the fall and spring semesters. To be eligible for membership a MSC student must have completed 12 semester hours (not counting zero level work) with an overall GPA of 3.50 or higher. For more information please contact either of the PTK advisors Greg Boyd, firstname.lastname@example.org, 580.220.2874 or Allen Burris, email@example.com, 580-371-2371 ext. 232.
Phi Beta Lambda
Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) isn’t just another student group – it gives members the opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional. By taking advantage of the many program that PBL offers, students acquire the skils that will set them apart from the average graduate. They will be better prepared for careers, graduate school, and for life!. For more information please contact either of the PBL advisors Kathy Bowen, firstname.lastname@example.org or Cleta Phillips, email@example.com. For more information at the state and national levels, please visit their web sites at: www.okfbla-pbl.org and www.fbla-pbl.org
TRIBAL – Today’s Role in Becoming America’s Leaders
TRIBAL is the Murray State College Native American students association, although membership is open to any student interested in learning about and preserving Native American culture. TRIBAL has attended area powwows, hosted a pashofa tasting, and sponsored a film night, and has several activities being planned for this semester. For more information, contact sponsor Sharon Burris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 580.220.2878.
Student Veterans Association
The Student Veterans Association (SVA) is the newest Murray State College student group at AHEC. SVA is a non-profit organization with chapters located throughout the United States and was established in 2008 to help veterans transition from military life to civilian life. SVA also helps prior service members or veterans that are now attending college. The Student Veterans Association group would like those that served to get the help they need and the the recognition they deserve. For more information, please contact Gary Russell at 580.799.5922.