Graduation is a special time of life where you transition from one goal in life to another. Rather it is getting your diploma in High School and moving to college, or completing college and looking for your dream job; a graduation is a significant period of life to celebrate. For those that helped to participate in your graduation event, the following thank you messages serve as perfect examples of a personalized message to write.
As I graduate, a new journey begins I thank you for your kindness, thoughtfulness and prayers.
Graduation reminds me of everyone who has touched my life. The gift of your presence and acknowledgement is truly appreciated.
I am so happy that you were able to share my graduating day with me. Either by being there or remembering with your generosity. Thank you so much for being part of my graduation celebration.
I want you to know how much I appreciate all of the time and energy you put into helping me throughout my high school days. Your are one of my most important mentors. It was a comforting feeling knowing that I could always count on your support and encouragement.
I would like to thank my family, friends and school faculty for the wonderful memories you all have given me.
I would like to thank you, my family and friends, for treasured memories and loving support throughout my education and graduation.
In appreciation of your special graduating gift.
It was wonderful of you to share my graduation celebration with me. Thank you for your good thoughts, your generous gift and for being there. It means the world to me that you care.
One bit thank you for the graduating gift, and another for the thought. A dozen thank yous couldn’t tell you all the happiness they brought.
Support and generosity of family and friends will always be remembered as I explore new goals and work toward new achievements.
Thank you for adding to the joyful spirit of my graduation with your presence and lovely gift.
Thank you for all of your love and support. I wouldn’t be where I am today without friends (or family) like you!
Thank you for attending my graduation ceremony and an even bigger thank you for the generous graduation gift. You have truly spoiled me. I plan to put it to good use when I visit in the summer.
Thank you for joining me on my special graduation day. Your generosity and thoughtfulness was very much appreciated.
Thank you for recognizing my graduation achievement.
Thank you for sharing a very special moment in my life. Your congratulations and thoughtfulness has meant so much to me.
Thank you so much for the graduating gift. I really am glad you could make it to my graduation party. That was the real gift. Looking forward to seeing you again.
Thank you so much for your generous graduation gift. I am going to put it towards paying off my college fees. It was a pity that you missed the ceremony but I have enclosed some photos for you.
This brings sincere thanks for the lovely graduation gift you sent, I wish to tell you just how much it meant.
Words can never tell you what your congratulations and generous gift has meant to me for my graduation.
Words can never tell you what your congratulations and generous heart has meant to me during my Graduating ceremonies.
You brought joy to my special graduating day. Thank you for your thoughtful graduation gift.
Your congratulations are well appreciated! Knowing I have your love and support means so much to me and will inspire me to do well during my future educational endeavors.
You have truly enriched my life by your kindness and generosity. Thank you so much for sharing my Graduation day.
Your graduation gift made me really happy, but the sweetest reward is your unconditional love. Thank you so much.
The following infographic provides insight into the large trends of college enrollment and completion. Community colleges have seen the largest enrollment figures placing them the leader of the charge towards more higher educated individuals. The typical student attends multiple institutions before finally completing their degree. Reverse transfers have also increased with more than 2/3 of students transitioning from a four year education to a two year. In the end, more than 75% of students end up completing college.
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