It’s a new year, which means an entirely new class of graduates are getting set to walk across the stage this coming spring, finally getting a chance to turn their tassels from right to left and celebrate their accomplishments in front of a sea of family, friends, and colleagues.
You might be wondering how it’s possible to sit through a test or concentrate on a final paper in between packing up your dorm/apartment before leaving all of college life behind. Lucky for you, we’re here to help! Here are some tips on surviving your last finals week as a college student:
Mid-April means it’s crunch time for getting in those orders. We’ve received several emails this week with important questions and we’d like to address those for anyone looking to place orders for graduation recognition products.
The quality of our products is unmatched, as we truly understand the importance of outfitting graduates across the United States with honor recognition gear made in the country where they entered to learn and will go forth to serve. We trust you’ll agree.
Thank you for following along with us during Pride Month and learning about some fantastic organizations aimed at providing safe and inclusive places for LGBTQ+ people both on and off campus. Here’s a recap of the spotlight organizations:
Your top achievers have earned and deserve recognition during the graduation ceremony, but you might be wondering how you can properly showcase their dedication in a more personalized way. You’ve seen the traditional honor cords and honor stoles, yet you’re looking for something a bit more unique. That’s where our custom stoles come into play!
It’s Earth Week! Campuses across the US are known for actively working to reduce their carbon footprint and there are organizations out there holding them to those commitments. Second Nature and The American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment is one of the organizations addressing global warming and the impact of college campuses.
Founded in 1910 at Stevens College in Missouri, Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society for students studying at four-year and two-year colleges and universities, though it is most popular among community college settings.
Being Santa Claus is more than just a seasonal gig. It's a calling, a mission to spread Christmas cheer and make children's (and adults') dreams come true. But even Santas need training! Luckily, the United States has a surprising number of Santa Claus schools where aspiring Saint Nicks can hone their skills and perfect their jolly personas.
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