/PTK Blog Addresses Student Concerns

PTK Blog Addresses Student Concerns

Since everything is going global, should there be a foreign language requirement for all courses of study? Do you think there should be housing at SC4? What makes a good consultation with a professor?
If you ever have questions like these, or any questions regarding college or global affairs, the Lambda Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa may have just what you need.
The Lambda Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society has a web log dedicated to answering student concerns, allowing students to ask questions often by asking questions of students themselves.
And it’s not just SC4 students that are getting involved in the discussions. The blog has visitors and interactions from visitors around the world.
According to the visitor map available on the webpage that tracks the home locations of page viewers, the blog has had over 1000 unique visitors from 37 different countries around the world, spanning every continent with the exception of Antarctica.
Questions and topics like those mentioned before are updated frequently and are open to public commentary. Content is created by many different college officials such as college president, Dr. Pollock, who upon returning from Qatar, answered any questions that those interested posed about his experiences.
The blog, which has a link on the SC4 homepage, can be found at sc4ptk.wordpress.com. For more information about the blog contact Phi Theta Kappa club advisor Angela Heiden at 810-984-3881.