Last Chance to Get Regalia
A limited supply will be available at the Office of Alumni Relations on the Moscow campus. Purchase and pickup pre-ordered items May 6-10, 8am-5pm at the Alumni Relations Office at 1106 Blake Avenue. Questions? Call (208) 885-6154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eligible honor students pick up an honor cord by Friday, May 10 at the Office of the Registrar during regular business hours.
Online ordering closed on April 7 for students participating in Boise, Idaho Falls, or Coeur d'Alene ceremonies.
Questions about regalia? Contact the Office of Alumni at 208-885-6154 or email. Other Graduation products are available through the Office of Alumni.
Student Union Building
PO Box 444264
Moscow, ID 83844-4264
1031 N. Academic Way,
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814
Academic regalia, commonly called cap and gown, described below is required when participating in the University of Idaho commencement ceremonies.
The cap and gown are black. The color of the tassel is determined by the discipline to which the major field of study belongs. Bachelor's candidates eligible for university honors—summa cum laude, magna cum laude, cum laude—receive an honor cord to wear over their gown.
Master's and Specialist Candidates
The cap, tassel, and gown are black. The shape of the master's/specialist gown sleeve is oblong. A hood is worn over the gown, lined with the colors of the university, silver and gold. The color of the hood's trim is determined by the discipline to which the major field of study belongs.
Doctorate candidates, including those earning a Juris Doctor, wear a cap or tam with an old gold colored tassel. The gown is silver with black velvet panels down the front and across the sleeves. A hood is worn over the gown, lined with the colors of the university, silver and gold. The color of the hood's trim is royal blue for all Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) candidates, representing a mastery of the discipline of learning and scholarship, regardless of discipline. Other doctorate hood colors are determined by the discipline to which the major field of study belongs. Juris Doctor candidates eligible for university honors receive an honor cord to wear over their gown.