Last Updated: 28th May, 2020
Share the joy of being a graduate with everyone by sending dgreetings Graduation announcement cards.
● What does a graduation announcement mean?
To “announce” your graduation. The word “announcement” mmeans you are sharing the news, not necessarily inviting the recipient to the ceremony or party. College graduates who want to let friends, family, teachers, professors, etc know that they are now a Graduate
● Do people send graduation announcements?
When Do You Send Out Graduation Announcements?
Graduation announcements should be sent out at least two weeks before the event. But If you are not sending invitation you can send them up to six weeks after the event.
● What is the difference between
Graduation Invitation and Graduation Announcement?
The difference between graduation invitations and graduation announcements is that invitations are used to invite people to the actual ceremony (or to a party) and announcements are just sharing the news of your accomplishment(Graduation) As you can only invite a handful of people to see you walk the stage, you can , you can send announcements to as many people as you would like, especially if they live too far away to attend a party or celebration.
● Announcements are usually not as formal as invitations.
Unlike invitations, announcements can be sent out either before or after your graduation has taken place.
● For High School Graduation Announcements
The most important information to include is your name, your school, and the year of your graduation.
You may also include the location of your high school, any special honors or awards you will be receiving, academic achievements, your parents’ names, a special quote or any other details
● For College Graduation Announcements
You should always include your name, your school, the year of your graduation, and the degree you received.
Don't abbreviate the title of your degree.
Instead write“Bachelor of Arts” or “Bachelor of Science” on place of putting “B.A.” or “B.S.”
You can also list any special honors or awards, what you minored in, where you’ll be working after college or other information.