National Constitution Article I
ARTICLE I: NAME
Section 1: Official Name
The name of the organization shall be Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity (hereinafter referred to as Phi Sigma Pi).
Section 2: Permissible Usage
The name of the organization, or any part thereof, or derivative there from, may be employed in connection with the official activities of Phi Sigma Pi. Special permission for the use of such name for other purposes shall be granted only by the National Council. Any special permission granted for an extended period may be subject to review by the National Council or Grand Chapter.
Section 3: Abbreviations
No abbreviations or variations of the name Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity shall be permitted with the exception of the following: Phi Sigma Pi and the representative Greek letters. The use of the term National Fraternity shall be permitted in Phi Sigma Pi communications after the use of Phi Sigma Pi initially in the document or speech.
Section 4: Incorporations
This Fraternity shall be a not-for-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
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