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Red and White Graduation Cords are braided honor cords that have both the color red and the color white in one cord. The cord has three strands, two are red and one is white. The tassels at the end of the cord are four inches long each, and include both colores divided equally. These cords could be a great way to reward students who are members of the fraternities. Our red and white cords can be shipped anywhere in the U.S. in 4-6 days for one flat rate, or faster if you need them sooner and want to upgrade your shipping.

There are quite a number of colleges and universities with the colors red and white, and surely countless more High Schools across the nation and world. Wearing a red and white honor cord can be a good way to show school spirit in your club or organization. Schools with red and white as their colors are, among others: University of Alabama (Crimson Red and White), University of Arkansas, Santa Clara University, Stanford University (Cardinal Red and White), University of Hartford (Scarlet Red and White), College of Idaho, Western Kentucky University, University of Maryland, Boston University, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Cornell University (Carnelian Red and White), North Carolina State University, Miami University (Ohio), University of Charleston, Lamar University, University of Houston, Southern Utah University, University of Utah (Crimson Red and White), and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

As can be seen by its popularity in school colors, red and white lend quite well to one another, and look good together. This translates very well to our honor cord, which is very attractive, and would be good to wear on graduation day. We also carry a graduation tassel that is red and white and can be worn with a cap and gown on commencement day. In addition to red and white honor cords we also carry red, rose pink, maroon, red and silver, white, kelly green and white, royal blue and white, red and black cords, and red white and blue honor cords.

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