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Graduate Gown, Heraldry, Academic Costumes
We sell two styles of Academic Regalia (sometimes also known as Academic Costume or Academic Heraldry ). Our finest graduate gown is our Professional line, intended for faculty members and graduates who want a long term, durable set of regalia to last many years. We also have a new line called the Verona, intended for graduating students and those looking for an an appropriate looking short term graduation gown at an inexpensive price.
Looking for a gown, tam, academic hood, gold bullion tassel, or other accessory for your doctoral degree (PhD), master, bachelor, or associate degree or discipline? We have a great selection of high quality and long-lasting robes for you to order directly online for your commencement ceremony. We are the direct manufacturer of the proper attire for any college or univeristy in the United States. Each section below includes information on the entire collegiate regalia outfit, including hoods and caps.
We also carry Presidential Regalia for University Presidents, and that can be seen on the Doctoral Gown page.
We have many different pages of information on putting together a graduate gown order. Please explore the topics to the left for details.
We accept many forms of payment, including credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, personal or business checks, Diners Club, Discover, eCheck, JCB), and U.S. based personal or business checks. All of these methods of paying are available for online orders, by fax, or by mail.
Need to contact us? You can call us toll free at (800) 626-5000 in the US, or locally (or internationally with the appropriate country code) at (818) 886-8697. We cannot accept orders on the phone. However in addition to online ordering you can also fax us your order at (818) 886-8743, or mail your orders to 20644 Superior St., Chatsworth, CA 91311, USA. In-person visits can also be arranged by appointment. You can email questions to us at the link listed on the menu to the left.