Regalia for Commencement


Regalia for Commencement

Summary

Overview of regalia students can wear for commencement

Overview

Students can wear certain regalia at commencement as a sign of special recognition.

Honor Criteria Regalia for Commencement How to Obtain

Highest Honors

Program GPA (not cumulative GPA) of 4.0 Gold and burgundy tassels and cords Bestowed upon student by the college at commencement lineup

High Honors

Program GPA (not cumulative GPA) of at least 3.75 and less than 4.0 Gold and burgundy tassels

Bestowed upon student by the college at commencement lineup

Honors

Program GPA (not cumulative GPA) of at least 3.5 and less than 3.75 Gold and burgundy tassels

Bestowed upon student by the college at commencement lineup

Academic Award Recipient

Nominated by program Chair Medallion Bestowed upon student at Academic Awards Ceremony

State Academic Excellence Recipient

Nomination Medallion

Bestowed upon student at Academic Awards Ceremony

Phi Theta Kappa All members of Phi Theta Kappa Blue and gold cords and gold stoles

Ordered and paid for by student through Phi Theta Kappa website at link below.

store.ptk.org

National Society of Leadership and Success All members who have completed all induction steps Black and platinum cords

Ordered and paid for by student through NSLS website at link below

societyleadership.org/shop

Other Other regalia that students receive via college, state, national and international award Varies Varies

 

 

Key Words: cords, tassels, regalia, honor, honors, commencement, graduation, Phi Theta Kappa, National Society of Leadership


Article ID: 441
Created On: Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 2:12 PM
Last Updated On: Tue, Feb 19, 2019 at 11:15 AM

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