SMC students inducted into honor societies

SMC Students Inducted into Honor Societies

On April 4, 2017, Spartanburg Methodist College students were inducted into three national honor societies during a ceremony in Gibbs Auditorium. Dr. Mary Anne Fitzpatrick, Vice President for System Planning for the University of South Carolina, served as guest speaker for the event.

Sigma Kappa Delta Inductees:

Sigma Kappa Delta is the national English honor society for students at two-year colleges. Membership in Sigma Kappa Delta requires an overall G.P.A. of 3.3 with a B average in a minimum of one college course in English or literature. Sigma Kappa Delta adviser: Dr. Kelly Neil, Professor of English.

Adriane Clark, Courtney Gibson, Toren Pollard, Sarah Davis, Michael Groce, Shelbie Richardson, Adrien DePace, Stephon Hicks, Hayley Singletary, Shiloh Dillard , Adam Little, Isabella Spencer, Kaylin Joy Dionne, Cameron L. Meadows, Sydney Varn, Diana Xiadani Escamilla Fuentes, Amber L. Nix,  Zachary Watson, Alexandra V. Wright

Psi Beta Inductees:

Psi Beta is the national psychology honor society for students at two-year colleges. Membership in Psi Beta requires an overall GPA of 3.25, completion of 12 academic hours with a B average in Psychology 101 and/or Psychology 201 and a high standard of personal behavior and integrity is required. Psi Beta advisers: Dr. Mary Jane Farmer, Professor of Psychology, and Pete Aylor, Director of Career and Transfer Services, Adjunct Professor of Psychology.

Ashlee Breakfield, Hollena Griffin, Amber Nix, Olivia Burley, Michael Groce, McKenzie Christine Painter, Hannah Cason,  Matthew Hamrick, Julia Panas, Adriane Clark, Christy Kirby, Shelbie Richardson, Teagan Crosby, Taylor Lee, Richard Sabillon, Shiloh Dillard, Jonathon Lerch, Kailee Smith, Emily Edmonds, Peden Mahaffey, Isabella Spencer, Jaelyn Amber Garrett, Jared McCoy, Anna Faith Wright, Courtney Gibson, Cameron Meadows, Vladimir Zotov.

Phi Theta Kappa Inductees:

Phi Theta Kappa is the national scholastic honor society for students at two-year colleges. Membership in Phi Theta Kappa requires an overall GPA of 3.5 or higher with a minimum of 16 academic hours. Students must be of good moral character and possess recognized good qualities of citizenship. Phi Theta Kappa advisers: Dr. Cole Cheek, Professor of History and Anthropology, and Dr. Kirk Hansen, Professor of History.


Teagan Crosby, Kathryn Highducheck, Julia Panas, Sarah Davis, Katie Latta, Shelbie Richardson, Adrien DePace, Jonathon Lerch, Caitlyn Sheppard, Olivia Dunlap, Jared McCoy, Matthew Terry, Emily Edmonds, Amber Nix, Brittany Warren, Courtney Gibson, Matthew Overton, Alexandra Wright.

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