“Phi Theta Kappa creates bonds where you get to know others outside of the classroom and brings together a scholarly community.”
Aeffia Feuerstein was named one of the Coca-Cola Foundation Bronze Medal Scholars, a national award issued to a select group of students to help further their undergraduate studies.
“I have been provided a platform for success, and the support here is incredible. Being here has been motivating for me; not many people get this opportunity.”
Delores Manning, who balances her academics with a role on the Disciplinary Board and membership in clubs like Sister to Sister, has been a member of Phi Theta Kappa since her second semester.
Boston Okundaye, SGA President and “29 Who Shine” award winner.
“This experience allows me to apply my education and have an impact on the real world.”
When Boston Okundaye arrived in the United States from Nigeria in November 2014, he was just two months shy of starting his academic career at Roxbury Community College. Now a Business Administration major, he also is the President of the Student Government Association (2016-2017) and an active member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi Chapter (2015-2017).