RUSH DELIVERY These honor cords are in stock and ship FAST
Honor cords are 60 inches long with 4-inch tassels on both ends
Cords are available in solid or intertwined double or triple color combination's
Designate honor graduates, a particular class, fraternities, or for specific degrees
All Colors Available
(E) Mixed woven intertwined colors available ie: red,white,blue (Multi-colors woven are special order 24 piece minimum required (Call for price and delivery time 800-372-6523)
2 or 3 cords can be knotted together, NO-minimum quantities required
*As low as $4.00 each
Stock Colors "Light Blue" "Royal Blue" "Silver Gray" "Navy Blue" "Maroon" "Gold" "Black" "Purple" "White" "Red" "Antique old Gold" "Orange" "Brown" "Copper" "Hunter Green" "Kelly Green" "Pink" "Hot-Pink" "Fuchsia" "Teal" "Turquoise" "Nile Green" "Purple" "Lavender" "Lilac" "Yellow" "Peach" Peacock "Platinum" "Drab" "Fuchsia"
An American Cap and Gown company. Honor cords Made in the USA
An Honor Cord is a token consisting of twisted cords with tassels on either end awarded to members of honor societies or for various academic and non-academic achievements, awards, or honors. Usually, cords come in pairs with a knot in the middle to hold them together. Sometimes sashes, stoles, or medallions are given in place of cords. They are most often worn at academic ceremonies and functions. With cap and gown, and (sometimes) the hood, high school or university degree candidates have worn these cords at the discretion of the educational institution, but they are not usually worn with academic regalia after the academic year in which the honor was awarded. Unlike hoods and stoles, by tradition more than one cord may be worn at the same time.
Honor Cords are worn during the commencement ceremony. After the ceremony, the graduate presents the Honor Cords to someone who provided extraordinary help or support, i.e., parents, relatives, or mentors. Immediately after graduation, the graduate may take the honor cords from around his/her neck placing it around the neck of the recipient. More than one honor cord may be worn during the commencement, symbolizing there are multiple persons destined to receive honor cords.