Chapter advisors are essential to the success of a collegiate chapter. Advisors work in teams to help chapter leaders manage chapter operations and execute programs that add to the quality of student life.

Why become an advisor?

In most cases, Mortar Board members spend one year as a member before graduating. This one-year experience requires the need for a steady hand to help guide the organization’s transition year-to-year. Newly selected members bring experience to the organization but likely have little knowledge of Mortar Board’s operations. Advisors provide consistency from one year to the next through their active interest and guidance. Advisors have the experience, knowledge of their institution, and familiarity with the community to guide chapter leaders.