Silver and Navy Blue Graduation Cord Picture

For the big day of graduation, graduates make sure to look their best. They then dress themselves in the traditional cap and gown of their school colors. Along with the cap and gown, graduates accessorize with a tassel, stoles, medallions, and honor cords. Honor graduation cords are meant to serve as an award from a specific honor society given to an individual because of their excellence in an area of academics. Here at Honors Graduation we take pride in providing high quality honor cords for those who worked hard and deserve the honor of representing their society as they walk.

Our silver and navy blue honor cords can be used to represent various honor societies. The Sigma Xi: The Scientific Research Society, is a non-profit honor society that elect and awards members based on their research achievements or potential. This honor society use silver and navy blue as their colors. A high school honor society that also uses silver and navy blue to represent their society is the Technology Student Association. This is an international society dedicated to students interested in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Multiple Universities have silver and navy blue as their school colors. These schools include: Colorado School of Mines, University of Nevada, CUNY (City University of New York), and Queens College located in Flushing, New York.

Our honor cords are made of a high quality rayon that looks great and lasts for years to come. These particular cords are made of two strands of silver and one strand of navy blue tightly intertwined to make one long cord. With a tassel at each end of the cord, it measures 70 inches long and one quarter inch thick. These cords are long and thick enough to make a statement but not get in the way or irritate the skin. A perfect combination!

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