Clarke University has been named to Phi Theta Kappa’s Annual Honor Roll, which recognizes excellence in an institution’s support of transfer students. This is the third year in a row that Clarke has been honored as part of the program.
PTK is a national organization that offers resources and scholarships to transfer students, with an emphasis on community college students making the move to a four-year institution. Honor Roll selections are based on a review of hundreds of schools and careful assessment of their admission and recruitment practices, articulation agreements, student support services, campus life, and more. Clarke was designated one of the most transfer-friendly universities in the country due to partnerships like the CC Today, CU Tomorrow program, which allows for a streamlined transfer process from any of Iowa’s 15 community colleges.
“We are very excited to see Clarke’s continued advocacy for transfer students honored in this way. Phi Theta Kappa members are a wonderful addition to our campus community as both scholars and engaged student leaders.”
Students transferring to Clarke as part of the PTK program are also eligible for a scholarship of $15,500, as well as other scholarships and awards. To learn more about transferring to Clarke, visit clarke.edu/transfer.