You've Completed Your Degree: How To Prepare For Your Graduation From College

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The time has finally come. You've finally completed college and you're ready to get on with your lift. Now that you're planning your graduation, you'll have a lot of things on your list of preparations. Your college will give you the paperwork you'll need to plan the ceremonial part of the day. However, there's more to the ceremony than what your school will tell you about. In fact, your big day is going to require quite a bit of preparation. Here are four steps that will help you get through your graduation from college.

Choose Your Shoes for Comfort

You might not think that shoes should be at the top of the list for graduation preparation. However, if you don't have the right shoes for your graduation ceremony, you're going to regret it by the end of the day. You'll be spending the majority of the day on your feet. First, you'll be standing in line waiting for the ceremony to begin. Next, you'll be walking to enter and exit the stadium for the graduation ceremony. Finally, you'll be standing while everyone congratulates you. Do your feet a favor by choosing your shoes for comfort.

Bring Plenty of Supplies

When it comes to preparing for your graduation, you're going to need more supplies than you might have thought of. Your cap isn't going to stay on your head properly, which means you'll need quite a few bobby pins to keep it in place. Your friends might need a few too. You'll also need safety pins to keep your gown and your sash from slipping off your shoulders. Again, your friends will probably need those too. You may also need to freshen up on the deodorant before the ceremony starts. After all, you're going to get hot and sweaty waiting in the holding area.

Make it Personal

Your cap and gown are going to look like everyone else's but that doesn't mean you can't do some customization. This is particularly true when it comes to the graduation sash. Once you've ordered your sash, go ahead and have it personalized with your name, school, and date of graduation. Not only will your sash stand out from all the rest, but it will also give you a way of commemorating your accomplishments.

Don't Get Used to Being Out of School

Now that you're graduating from college, you're probably looking forward to being done with your education. However, if you've entered into a specialized field, such as medicine, law, or science, your education will probably never end. So, don't get used to being out of school. Before you know it, you'll be signing up for continuing education courses, or advanced degree programs.

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