orange-honor-cordsMembers of an honors society, fraternity, sorority, or department recognition coordinator. Also for valedictorian, summa cum laude, magna cum laude, or cum laude awards. Additional purchasers: colleges, universities, community college, high schools, individuals, some middle schools and homeschools.
Orange honor cords are usually worn for commencement ceremonies. Used principally for recognition, individual achievement, and as indicitia of membership or participation.
Honor Societies using Orange
Orange honor cords are used in a number of honor society ceremonies for university and college graduations. Honor societies that use orange honors chords as part of their honors regalia include: Tau Beta Pi.
Honor society links:
Tau Beta Pi
There are, of course, more honor societies that use orange than those listed above. Many also use a close variation to that color. If your honor socieity uses orange, and is not listed above, please drop us an email and let us know, and we will add your name to our list.
This Orange Color
Shades of orange include: Amber, Salmon, Peach, Rust, Carrot, Pumpkin, Tangerine, Coral, Gamboge, Mahogany, Poppy, Tangelo, Russet, Vermilion, Burnt Orange, and Apricot.
Academic regalia colors and graduation hood colors featuring shades of orange indicate a degree in Civil Engineering, Engineering, Forestry, and Nursing.
Orange is a bold color asscoiated with honour, prosperity, strength, generosity, Ireland, Netherlands, safety, and halloween.