To measure progress with our Strategic Plan, the Phi Kappa Theta has designed a system that allows members to self-report their activities in areas of development and service. In February of 2009, Phi Kappa Theta launched the Accreditation Program that set expectation levels for collegiate chapters in each of the five areas of development. In the fall of 2011, the Fraternity assembled a task force to review all aspects of the Program to ensure it was achieving its desired purpose. The most significant change made for the 2011-2012 academic year was the introduction of goal setting for our chapters. View the full recap of Phi Kappa Theta’s Strategic Plan in the following video.
Recognition of Success
Annually, the Fraternity reviews the progress made by chapters in providing development and service opportunities of their brothers and respective communities. Those chapters who excel in each of the five areas of development are recognized during the annual Recognition Banquet at Phi Kappa Theta’s summer conference. The chapter receiving the highest scores in all five areas of development is presented with Phi Kappa Theta’s highest honor for a chapter, the Founder’s Cup.