Decorated Mortarboards Survey
Decorating graduation caps, also known as mortarboards, has become an increasingly common tradition among graduating students. The purpose of this study is to find out how and why people choose to participate in this increasingly widespread tradition. If you have ever decorated your mortarboard for a graduation ceremony at a college or university and you are at least 18 years old, you are invited to participate in this survey.

The survey will take 10-15 minutes of your time, and your responses will be anonymous. There will be no direct benefits to you as a participant in this study, and you will receive no compensation. However, your participation will help contribute to a better understanding of the diverse forms and meanings of decorated mortarboards.

There are risks involved in all research studies. This study will include only minimal risks. For example, you might become uncomfortable answering some questions. If this happens, you may choose not to answer those questions or may stop your participation in this study at any time.

Your participation in this study is voluntary. You may refuse to participate in this study or in any part of this study. You may withdraw at any time without prejudice to your relations with UNLV. You are encouraged to ask questions about this study at any time. Should you have any questions about this research, you may contact Sheila Bock, Interdisciplinary Degree Programs, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (702-895-0119, sheila.bock@unlv.edu).

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