How to Wear your Graduation Gown

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Now that you have correctly measured and received your graduation gown, you may not know how to wear it correctly. It may seem pretty obvious but wearing a graduation gown is not something you do everyday so it wouldn’t hurt to review these steps. Please read these easy directions to make sure you look great in your cap and gown on graduation day.

How to Choose Velvet Color on Hood

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The color of the velvet on a graduation hood represents your academic degree. How are you supposed to know what color that is? We are here to help! Graduation Source has done extensive research to find specific color assignments for a variety of subjects. What field did you major in? Check out our hood degree color chart to see what velvet color you should choose:

How to Order the Correct Hood

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We offer 4 types of academic hoods with different sub-styles per category (with the exception of Associate Shields). This may seem so confusing to you soon-to-be alums but we are here to help! Keep reading to view a full list of our academic hoods with descriptions.

How to Wear a Graduation Cap and Apply Tassel

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Did you know there is a particular way on how to wear a graduation cap and tassel? In the past and present, students are expected to appear uniform during their ceremony. If you don’t have your cap and tassel positioned correctly, you are going to stick out.  Follow these 9 simple steps to ensure you are wearing the cap properly and understand exactly what to do with your tassel.

4 Steps to starting a new tassel tradtion.

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Why not start your own tradition by making your tassel into a key chain.

5 Steps to completely bedazzel your graduation cap

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Thinking about ways to stand out on your graduation day? Here is a step by step tutorial on how to add some pizazz and personality to your graduation cap. Be as creative as you want there are no boundaries on expressing yourself. The ideas are endless.

7 steps to add adventure to your cap

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Thinking about ways to stand out on your graduation day? Here is a step by step tutorial on how to add some pizazz and personality to your graduation cap. Be as creative as you want there are no boundaries on expressing yourself. The ideas are endless.

5 Step’s to bedazzel your cap- Graduation count down

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Thinking about ways to stand out on your graduation day? Here is a step by step tutorial on how to add some pizazz and personality to your graduation cap. Be as creative as you want there are no boundaries on expressing yourself. The ideas are endless.

How to Insert Certificate into Diploma Cover

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Receiving a diploma from an educational institution is a prestigious achievement. It is important to keep this document well preserved and our diploma cover is the perfect option to keep it looking fresh. Read these simple steps to learn how to correctly insert your certificate of graduation into a diploma cover.

Removing or Changing Tassel Year Charm

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Some may believe tassels become useless after graduation once the year has past. However, the year charm (also know as a signet) can easily be removed and reapplied to the tassels. Graduation coordinators, don’t allow left over tassels to collect dust! Recycle them and reorder year charms directly from GraduationSource.