Students selected as Phi Kappa Phi members at KSU

MANHATTAN – Two local students have joined more than 80 students at Kansas State University who are new members of one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honor societies.

Evan Woodbury, a junior in agricultural education, of Quenemo, and Jenna Ferguson, a senior in accounting, of Reading, have been named as new members of Phi Kappa Phi at Kansas State University.

To be eligible for membership to Phi Kappa Phi, a student must be a junior or senior with a grade point average of at least 3.7; students with GPAs of 3.6 to 3.7 may be considered if the level and depth of their coursework indicates an unusually distinguished record. In addition, students also must be candidates for a bachelor’s degree in the university’s College of Arts & Sciences or have at least 90 hours or three-fourths of their total course work from departments in the college. Students also must have taken a required number and level of courses in a foreign language, mathematics, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.

K-State News and Communications Services announced the names of all of the new Phi Kappa Phi members on Dec. 12. The list included more than 80 students from across Kansas, the U.S. and five foreign countries.

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