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Tips to get ready for Graduation
A Graduation is the receiving or conferring of an academic degree or diploma.
1. Start thinking about what kind of dress you want for the dance
Take in consideration the dress code. Most schools have a dress code for the dance.What color do you want it be ? How long do you want it to be? Do you want straps on it or not?
2. Start thinking about a date
Do you want to go with Your boyfriend? Or your best friends?
3. Buy your shoes and undergarments to go with your dress
Also buy jewelry, purses, and anything else you might want. If you graduation is on a field, don't wear heels.Your shoes will get stuck in the grass.
4. Make sure your documents are in order
Theres nothing worse than arriving on campus only to learn important documents are either incomplete or missing. Make sure all of your student and financial aid forms are complete and on file at your school, before the semester starts. In addition, make an appointment with your academic adviser, sign and return all scholarship or loan agreement forms, and where possible, set up your student account with the bursars office and make an early tuition payment. Failure to do these, and on time, could cause some major difficulties when you arrive on campus.
5. Learn about your classmates
Now is a good time to find out about your new classmates, and establishing relationships with other students before you arrive on campus will help you feel more at home when you get there. You can access information about the admitted class on the school's website. Ask the admissions office to put you in touch with other admits. Try to organize or help facilitate a get-together with other students in your area.
6. Research the curriculum and professors
As an incoming student, you will likely have access to information on course syllabi and text books. Familiarize yourself with these. Purchase some of the text books in advance, and read the introduction and table of contents. Most schools provide student-generated evaluations of professors and courses online, which typically go back two years, so be sure to check them out. This information will help you make more informed decisions about which electives to take If you have trouble finding it, contact the admissions office.
7. Explore ways to get involved
Begin thinking about ways to get involved outside the classroomCheck out information on student government or sports and other campus activities. During my time as a grad school dean, I saw incoming students create their own unique student groups like cigar, wine tasting, and opera lovers clubs so consider starting one if there are no student groups in which you are interested. It offers a great way to develop personal friendships and advance your professional network.
8. Start thinking about life after graduation
Yes, you are just beginning. However, its never too early to consider life after grad school, time will literally fly by. And before you know it, you will be graduating. Thats why its so important to take time now to check out your schools
9. Get hair makeup and nails done
Preferably not at the same time, no nail polish in hair! That would be bad.
10. If your spending the night with a friend pack these essentials
A garment bag for your dress Change of clothes Please Ibuprofen if your feet hurt
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