Texas A&M Graduation
Before your graduate walks the stage at Reed Arena, be sure to allow for time to look back. After all, while commencement ceremonies do celebrate new beginnings, all former students know it’s just as important to look back on that first beginning, the one that got your graduate to that seat with a gown draped across their back and a mortarboard sat high atop their head.
That’s why graduations are as much about the parents as they are about the students, as are the gifts that come along with it. Unique Texas A&M graduation gifts have the power to tie both parent and child to a moment in time that both will cherish forever. In this context, a gift isn’t just an object. It’s a keepsake and a memory and a little piece of their home in College Station.
For most students, graduation is a long time coming. For their parents, graduation arrives in the blink of an eye. So while graduation is a celebration for all, the sentiment behind the celebration might vary depending on who you ask. Graduating students often look forward to their walk across the Reed Arena stage as early as their first week of classes.