Caps and gowns may be ordered online and are distributed by the following retailers:
2020 Make Up Ceremonies: All Spring and Summer 2020 graduates were sent their gold honor stole earlier last year. These graduates will need to ensure they bring these items to Kyle Field with them on their ceremony day. Fall 2020 graduates attending the make up ceremony will be presented their gold honor stole and/or medallion upon arriving at Kyle Field.
May 2021 Ceremonies: Stoles for honor graduates will be distributed at the graduation venue before the ceremony begins. The graduate may keep these stoles after the ceremony.
More information on honors graduates can be found here.
Members of the Corps of Cadets who are Bachelor's Degree candidates may wear the Class "A" cadet uniform (senior boots optional) in lieu of academic regalia.
Undergraduate candidates who desire to wear the cadet uniform for graduation should report to the Office of the Assistant Commandant for Operations & Training in the Stephen Ash Leadership Learning Center (LLC) on the northeast corner of Corps Quadrangle between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm to obtain a letter of authorization to wear, and permission to rent, the uniform. Students renting a cadet uniform must have completed their corps career in good standing, have a regulation haircut, and present proper military appearance to receive a letter. Rented uniforms must be obtained from the Military Property Warehouse no later than the day before graduation and returned by the following Monday. Candidates will use the TAMU purchasing system, Market Place, to pay the rental fee. A confirmation print-out of the fee payment must be presented at the Warehouse to receive the uniform.
U.S. military personnel who are candidates for doctoral degrees must wear the appropriate academic regalia. Those who are candidates for other degrees may wear the appropriate uniform.
All active duty, National Guard, Reserves, and U.S. veterans degree candidates, who have served honorably, are eligible to receive and wear the red, white, and blue cords with academic regalia during commencement ceremonies. These cords signify the appreciation Texas A&M University feels toward our military/veteran students for their sacrifice. An Aggie Military/Veteran Reception will be held for military/veteran degree candidates and their guests. The reception will be held and these cords will be provided to eligible degree candidates. Military/veteran degree candidates may contact the Veteran Resource & Support Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 979-845-3161 for further details.