The colours of gowns appropriate to licentiates and to graduates of the University shall be as follows:
- Licentiates in Dental Surgery: black with facings and yoke of middle green with sleeves of elbow length bordered with green outside and white inside;
- Licentiates, Bachelors and Masters in all faculties: black;
- Professional Doctorates, and Doctors of Clinical Psychology, of Education or of Philosophy: green with sleeve linings of green and facings of green bound with scarlet;
- Doctors of Dental Science: scarlet with sleeve linings of dark green and facings of mid-green;
- Doctors of Divinity: scarlet with sleeve linings of dark green and facings of white;
- Doctors of Letters, Laws, Science, Science (Engineering) or Medicine: scarlet with facings and sleeve linings of the shade of green appropriate to the faculty;
- Doctors of Music: scarlet with sleeve linings and facings of dark green with a one-inch band of white watered silk laid on the green one inch from the outside edge;
- Undergraduates of the University may wear black gowns.
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