Collection: HBCU Graduation Stoles
HBCU (Historically Black Colleges and Universities) stoles are a type of graduation stole that are specific to students graduating from HBCUs. HBCUs are a group of institutions of higher education in the United States that were established prior to 1964 with the intention of providing education to African Americans.
HBCU stoles typically feature the colors and symbols of the specific HBCU, and serve as a symbol of the student's affiliation with the institution and the rich cultural heritage of HBCUs. They may be embroidered with the student's name, degree, and the year of graduation.
Wearing an HBCU stole during graduation is a way for students to show their pride and gratitude for the education they received from their HBCU, as well as to celebrate the achievements of African Americans in higher education. HBCU stoles are often passed down from generation to generation and serve as a source of inspiration and motivation for future generations of HBCU graduates.