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Excerpted from ARCSA Policy and Procedure Manual, Members should consult the original document for the most current version Section 6.1 ARCSA Logo
Chapters shall adopt the national logo with a chapter designation written below it (e.g. Texas Chapter or Alabama Chapter). The lettering must be approved by the ARCSA Board.
Business members, in good standing, may include the ARCSA logo as a link on their company web site. The logo may not be altered in any way. ARCSA will provide the logo sized to fit any site’s size requirements.
Individual and student members, in good standing, may include an "ARCSA Member” text link to the ARCSA website on their personal web pages.
ARCSA Accredited Professionals may use the ARCSA logo on their website, business card, or similar materials as long as they maintain their accredited member status. The ARCSA logo must be displayed as recognition for the status of each accredited individual and not as an accreditation for an entire company or business. Accredited professionals who have allowed their ARCSA membership and/or accredited status to lapse may no longer use the logo.
Members wishing to use the ARCSA logo for any purpose beyond that described above should contact ARCSA for permission before proceeding. ARCSA may ask members who are using the logo without permission to cease using the logo. ARCSA will not be held responsible for any costs incurred by any member for materials that were created using the ARCSA logo without permission.
To the extent possible, whenever the ARCSA logo is displayed in an digital form it should include a hyperlink to www.arcsa.org. Members in good standing are encouraged to make it known that only current members are authorized to display the ARCSA logo, and that only current members are valid Accredited Professionals or Certified Professionals. Members are encouraged to refer to the website for any questions about claimed membership, AP or CP status.