Oak Hall is the official vendor for Coastal Carolina University commencement regalia.
Purchasing Doctoral Regalia
Custom doctoral regalia must be purchased online through Oak Hall by Sunday, March 6.
Custom Doctoral Regalia Package - $1,020 plus tax (includes custom gown, custom hood, and custom tam, and shipping and handling)
Renting Doctoral Regalia
Rental doctoral regalia orders must be placed online through Oak Hall by Friday, March 4.
Rental Doctoral Regalia Package - $169 plus tax (includes rental gown, rental hood, rental tam, and shipping and handling).
Master's regalia must be purchased online by Wednesday, April 13. After April 13, master’s regalia must be purchased at the Chanticleer Bookstore (all sizes cannot be guaranteed to be in stock at the Bookstore).
Master's regalia is available to purchase online through Oak Hall. Master's regalia package (cap, gown, hood, and tassel) costs $130.98 plus tax (includes shipping and handling).
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Bachelor's regalia must be purchased online by Wednesday, April 13. After April 13, bachelor’s regalia must be purchased at the Chanticleer Bookstore (all sizes cannot be guaranteed to be in stock at the Bookstore).
Bachelor's regalia is available to purchase online through Oak Hall. Bachelor's regalia package (cap, gown, and tassel) costs $80.98 plus tax (includes shipping and handling).
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Academic Honor Stole
The academic honor stole is a white satin stole that bears the University seal on one side and your Latin academic honors or program recognitions in script on the other side. Both the seal and script are custom embroidered. To be eligible to wear an academic honor stole for commencement you must have earned a minimum 3.50 GPA, have completed at least 60 hours of college coursework at CCU, and be graduating with a Bachelor's degree (Graduate students are not eligible for Latin Academic Honors). Students who are members of the following programs may also be eligible to receive an honor stole: Dyer Fellow, HTC Honors College Program Graduate, Jackson Scholar, Swain Scholar, Teaching Fellow, or Wall Fellow.
Latin Academic Honors
summa cum laude: a cumulative GPA of 3.95 or higher
magna cum laude: a cumulative GPA of 3.75 - 3.949
cum laude: a cumulative GPA of 3.5 - 3.74
Please note: Honors that are recognized at commencement ceremonies are based upon the student’s cumulative grade point average available at the beginning of the semester of graduation. Actual graduation with honors is calculated after the final semester’s grades have been received and certified and will be indicated on the diploma and official transcript. Honor stoles may not be exchanged if Latin Honors change after final grade processing. For more information about graduating with honors, view the 2021-22 Undergraduate Catalog.
All students eligible to wear an academic honor stole at commencement will receive an email, from the Office of the Registrar, notifying them of eligibility along with instructions on how to purchase a stole. If a student did not receive an email and believes that they might be eligible, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veteran or Service Member Stole and Recognition in the Program
Students who are veterans or service members of the U.S. Military may have their branch of service (Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, or Coast Guard) noted in the program. These categories may include veteran, active duty, retired, National Guard, or Reserve. Veteran and service member stoles are also available through Military and Veteran Services. Please contact Randy Burk in Military and Veteran Services at 843-349-4124 or email@example.com.