KEYS, STOLES, and CORDS
To order graduation regalia (stoles and cords) and/or keys, please download the excel file below, complete it, and send it electronically via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, make a copy and mail it along with your payment to the address on the form.
Every new initiate is entitled to a free key at the time of the initiation, if the roll-book picture and picture of the new initiates, officers, and advisor in attendance is emailed within 7 days of the ceremony; the registration form is submitted for processing no later than 10 days from the day of the ceremony; the non-university email is entered on the form; and payment is submitted within 30 days from the day of the ceremony. You may choose to purchase extra keys by indicating so in the excel form below.
Flat Charm Keys, Badges, and Lapel Tacs can be ordered by completing a registration form and submitting it to the National Office as per instructions on the form. Please note that the amount is paid directly to Award Concepts by either a credit card calling 800-659-7801 or by sending a single check payable to Award Concepts and mailing it along with a hard copy of the registration form to: Stephanie Mitchell / Award Concepts, Inc., P.O. Box 4305, St Charles, IL 60174-9075. Chapters from California (9%), Illinois (8%), and Ohio (8%) also need to include the applicable indicated tax with their jewelry order. Please mark if engraving is desired and add appropriate cost. Errors in engraving, if selected, will be handled in the same manner as that listed above for certificates/cards. The company will bill (or refund) you directly for variance between actual cost and your check. For rush orders Award Concepts has a charge of $25 that needs to be paid directly to Award Concepts, Inc. To rush your order please contact Award Concepts Inc. at 800-659-7801 to alert and pay a charge of $25 directly payable to Award Concepts.
Current jewelry prices are indicated on the registration form and are updated at least once a year due to fluctuations in gold prices.