Terms and Conditions
The www.mortarboard.org website is owned by Mortar Board, Inc. and the Mortar Board National Foundation. All materials contained in this website are either owned by Mortar Board or used with permission.
Use of this Web site signifies your agreement to the following terms. This site is made available for use and viewing for personal and educational purposes. Commercial use of the contents or any elements thereof is strictly prohibited. Except as expressly authorized, in writing, by Mortar Board, you agree not to sell, license, rent, modify, distribute, copy, reproduce, transmit, publicly display, publicly perform, publish, adapt, edit or create derivative works from such materials.
The Mortar Board logo, a mortarboard with the Greek letters symbolizing Pi Sigma Alpha, is the exclusive property of Mortar Board. It may not be copied or reproduced without permission.
Certain approved groups such as initiates, chapters and advisors will be granted permission to use the logo for certain purposes, including promotional use in materials such as fliers, web sites or chapter apparel. The Mortar Board National Office must grant permission to individuals or groups wishing to use the logo and will do so in a timely fashion when contacted with the name of the group/individual, method for using the logo and description of the manner in which the logo will be used.
The Mortar Board National Foundation has the exclusive and sole right to sell merchandise with the Mortar Board logo and trademark. The sale of any merchandise with the Mortar Board logo from any party other than the Mortar Board National Foundation is strictly forbidden and should be reported immediately. The National Office must approve all production and merchandise sales at the local chapter level.
The Mortar Board logo should only be used in only in the provided black and white or color form. The color may not be changed unless the National Office grants explicit permission on a case-by-case basis.
The logo is a mortarboard with the Greek letters symbolizing Pi Sigma Alpha. The lettering and tassel are either white or transparent in the black and white version and gold in the color version.
The logo's proportions must always be constrained. It may not be altered horizontally, vertically or diagonally to either stretch or compress the image to fit. However, the image as a whole may be proportionately scaled when necessary.
When possible, the logo should include supplemental information such as the name and chapter of the organization - Mortar Board, description - National College Senior Honor Society and tag line - Scholars...Chosen for Leadership...United to Serve.
A low-resolution version of the logo should not be resized to make it larger, as this often results in a poor-quality image. The National Office can readily provide various sizes and qualities of the logo upon request.