Dedicating time and talent to promote scholarship within our chapter and among the Kansas State community is among our main goals.Learn More
We strive to contribute meaningful educational and leadership opportunities for members, as well as K-State students, while promoting Mortar Board's reputation and traditions.Learn More
Mortar Board members are passionate about serving the community and K-State students while inspiring and encouraging others to do the same.Learn More
Welcome to the XIX Chapter of Mortar Board!
Members of Mortar Board National Senior College Honor Society - founded on the values of scholarship, leadership, and service - live out these values through helping others each day. Founded in 1918, the Kansas State Mortar Board chapter contains a group of 26 of the best and brightest men and women from the K-State campus. This organization allows students to step out of their comfort zone while exemplifying some of our greatest leadership attributes on our campus and throughout the Manhattan community.
At the 2014 Mortar Board National Conference in Atlanta, the Kansas State XIX Chapter was honored with the Mortar Board Silver Torch Award for our chapter's outstanding year. The continued determination and achievement earned Kansas State's chapter our eleventh consecutive national award.
The Mortar Board Senior Honor Society allows members to serve something larger than themselves while making new friendships formed on the foundation of three of life's most important values: leadership, scholarship, and service. Mortar Board has been one of the most dynamic and exciting organizations that I have been involved in, and has definitely made my senior year at K-State more rewarding! I am so honored to have been able to been a part of this life-changing organization. I strongly encourage all of you to look into Mortar Board and consider applying for your senior year.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and learning more about Mortar Board. If you have any questions, please feel free to use any of us as a resource.
Zachary Stroth, 2014 Chapter President