Phi Theta Kappa

Texas A&M University-Commerce is home to the Pi of Texas Alumni Association. As a university we pride ourselves on the continued partnership we have with Phi Theta Kappa. We understand the value of your educational experience at your community/junior college, and we continually seek to make the transition to our university a smooth one.  Below you will find the scholarship opportunities we provide to members of Phi Theta Kappa:

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships:




General Criteria



additional $500/yr

45 transferable hours



additional $500/yr

45 transferable hours



additional $500/yr

45 transferable hours

  • Two-year award as long as student continues to maintain 15 credit hours a semester with a requisite GPA
  • Scholarship does not pay for summer classes; however, student may need to take summer classes to complete degree in the two-year scholarship period
  • Phi Theta Kappa All-State nominees will receive an additional $500 per semester (copy of certificate required when applying)
  • Phi Theta Kappa scholarship is not stackable with the Transfer Scholarship
  • Phi Theta Kappa scholarship recipients will receive an additional $500 per year if they choose to live on campus.

Where may I find a scholarship application to compete for the General Transfer or Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship?

There is not a separate application required in order to be considered for either the General Transfer or Phi Theta Kappa scholarship. Once you admission file is complete and you have been accepted, your file will be reviewed for scholarship eligibility. A notification will be sent to your myLEO student account if you are selected as one of the recipients of our scholarship.

In addition we provide two full tuition scholarships designated as the Phi Theta Kappa Gold Scholarship. The scholarship covers mandatory tuition and fees, in addition to room and board. For more details please send an email to

For more questions about participating in our Pi of Texas Alumni Association please contact Edwena Henderson at

If you are not yet a member of Phi Theta Kappa, you may only join through your community/junior college. Information on Phi Theta Kappa may be ascertained at