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You just got home, diploma in hand, and have the rest of your life ahead of you. Now it's time to look at your post-graduation to-do list. Among the many thing on your list is to get some pink thank you cards to send to everyone who helped you along the way and gave you graduation gifts. Here are some of the most important things you need to get done now that graduation has happened.
Collegiate thank you cards aren't just for gifts, you should also acknowledge those who helped you along the way. Your parents or anyone who gave you financial aid should also be on that list. Next, think about teachers and mentors who changed you and influenced your academic career. Many of these people represent good networking opportunities in the future.
For an undergraduate degree, you usually buy the cap and rent the gown. Even for postgraduate degrees, sometimes you rent the gown instead of buying it. Make sure you have your gown and any accessories it came with gathered together to send back where you rented it from.
If you lived in the dorms, you'll need to be packed for the next chapter of your life. If you lived with your parents, it's possible that the plan is to stay there for a while or you may be heading to your own apartment. Don't forget to pack any of your special wall art that you've collected over the years.
Hopefully, you've decided between more school or a job before graduation. If you haven't, this is the best time to do so. Look to successful adults in your life for advice if you're struggling to make a decision.
Collegiate thank you cards should be high on your to-do list after graduation, but you have a lot more to do after that. Post-college life is exciting and scary so don't forget about the friends and family who are there to help you.