Lambda Chi Alpha Graduation Stoles

Lambda Chi Alpha is a social fraternity that was founded don November 2, 1909 on the campus of Boston University in Boston, Massachusetts. The fraternity spans 185 active chapters and 322 chartered chapters with an active membership of about 8,600. There have been over 300,000 men inducted into Lambda Chi Alpha. Members are referred to as Lambda Chis or LCAs.

If Lambda Chi Alpha has played an important role in your college career, make sure you honor your fraternity by wearing a Lambda Chi Alpha graduation stole as you cross the stage and accept your diploma. The stoles feature the group's official colors and Greek letters, so they're easy to pick out in a crowd. Wear the stole over your graduation gown, then display the stole as a keepsake after your college years are over. If you're not allowed to wear a stole or already have a stole from another organization, opt for a set of purple and old gold graduation honor cords instead to carry a piece of your fraternity with you while you graduate.