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Academic Hoods, Caps, & Tams

From Associate to Doctoral, and everything in between, Oak Hall hoods, caps, and tams are of the highest quality and made in accordance with the American Council on Education's Academic Costume Code.

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About These Fabrics:
All fabrics have been carefully chosen for their beauty, durability, and wrinkle-resistance.

Tropical Wool – Tropical Wool is a lightweight yet strong worsted wool blended fabric that is comfortable both in winter and summer. The use of long staple fibers makes worsted wool naturally wrinkle resistant.

Dalton Crepe –  A 100% polyester crepe, Dalton is two-way textured, causing the weave to be smoother and giving the fabric more substance. Dalton Crepe is a very breathable fabric and is also treated with a stain release finish.

Venture – A 100% polyester gabardine that is a very durable fabric with an added finish that releases stains easily. Venture is one of our most popular fabrics.

Peachskin –  A fabric that has the luxurious feel of suede but in a lightweight 100% polyester fabric. The softness of the material creates a graceful flow as you move. Extremely durable and wrinkle resistant.

Regency Poplin – Economically priced, Regency Poplin is a blend of 65% Fortrel and 35% Cotton. Because of the cotton content, Regency Poplin tends to wrinkle as well.

Roosevelt – Roosevelt is a luxurious feeling eco-friendly fabric with an elegant look. The 100% PET recycled material makes the fabric so lightweight and comfortable you’ll be looking for an excuse to wear your regalia.

Regalia Resources

Can I wear stoles and other accessories at the ceremony?

Allowed accessory items are predetermined by your institution. Products showing a school logo or seal must be approved by the school.

What side does the tassel go on?

Traditionally tassels are worn on the right side and moved to the left during a special portion of the ceremony for high school graduates. For college graduates, Bachelor again wear tassels on right side until their degrees are conferred, then move to left. Graduate students wear on left from the beginning.