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Join us this Fall 2020!

We invite ALL Palomar students to join our local PTK chapter! There are ongoing opportunities for leadership, academic challenge, and addressing social justice issues in our community. To get started, please feel free to join our Canvas class, the instructions are below. you can enroll at this link . Everyone is welcome.

This fall semester we will be meeting on Thursdays at 3:00 PM and Fridays at 5pm via Zoom. Both meetings are optional, but we encourage you to join us! You can access our Zoom meetings from the home page of our Canvas Course –

Come say hi to our V.P. of Service and our V.P. of College Relations.

Our meeting is today from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in room MD-205.

Palomar PTK members: 

If you are graduating this spring, you can order Phi Theta Kappa regalia online! 

Visit the PTK online store: 

PTK Catalyst 2018 T-Shirts Now Available

New Officers

Kalvin McCallum, President

Corbin McCallum, V.P. of Scholarship

Chris Carson, V.P. of Communication

Allie Matz, V.P. of Service

Ryan Fouad, Secretary



Our weekly meetings will be on Tuesdays from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in room MD-205. 
Also, elections will be held at the first meeting on Tuesday, February, 6. 
Reminder: Everyone is welcome, but only official members can be officers


Fall Semester (2017)

Welcome to our chapter and hope to see you at our meetings. 

There are plenty of exciting opportunities to get involved in our events and projects.


Get involved in PTK this Spring 2017

I hope that you had a wonderful winter break! The spring semester has begun, which means that Phi Theta Kappa will be starting up. We have a very exciting program planned out for this semester. Our club will be doing a college project that focuses on helping your fellow students. Specifically, we will be organizing a food bank on campus that will cater to those that need it most. 

Make sure to attend our orientation meeting on Monday, February 27th from 2:30-3:30pm in building H-318. We will also discuss scholarships and any other questions you may have. I hope to see all of you at this meeting, and feel free to bring a friend; if we have more active members then we will have an overall more successful college project. 

You do not need to be a current Phi Theta Kappa member to attend our meetings and to participate in our projects.  We welcome all!

Best regards,

Forrest Ponsot

President of PTK, Alpha Omega Rho Chapter