Eleven students on UNG's Oconee Campus were inducted into Phi Theta Kappa Rho Mu during the honor society's induction ceremony on Oct. 28. A similar ceremony took place at the Gainesville Campus the same day. A short reception followed for students, parents, faculty and staff. The international honor society is for students of junior colleges and four-year colleges offering associate's degrees. To be eligible, students must also have completed 15 credit hours while maintaining a 3.6 GPA. The organization promotes scholarship and community service and provides access to scholarships supported by several corporations and the American Association of Community Colleges, providing more than $500,000 worth of scholarships and stipends to qualified students. Eleven other students on the Oconee Campus have joined this semester for a total of 22 new members.