Light Blue Honor Cords (sometimes spelled as Lt. Blue Honors Chords) come in s ets of two knoted cords, shipped together tied or separately. The fabric used is rayon, not silk. Each half-cord is around thirty inches long, measured from knot to end of tassel (about sixty inches long when spread out rather than folded at the knot). Each tassel is about four inches long. Honor cords are made from rayon (we do not offer silk). You can mix and match different color cords together.
People sometimes call these awards honors cord, honor chords, or honors chords.
These light blue honor cords are used as an award for recognition of individual achievement and participation. They're often worn during a commencement ceremony by a college, universiys, community colleges, high school, and some middle school and homeschool groups.
Who Buys Honor Cords
Usually purchased by a member of an honors society, fraternity, sorority, department recognition coordinator, or for summa cum laude, magna cum laude, or cum laude awards.
Honor Societies using Light Blue
Light Blue is used in a few honor society ceremonies for college and university graduations. The following honor societies use lt. blue honors chords:
Gamma Theta Upsilon
Phi Alpha Theta
Pi Alpha Alpha
There are more honor societies that use light blue than those listed above. Many also use a close variation to that color. If your honor socieity uses light blue, and is not listed above, please drop us an email and let us know, and we will add your name to our list.