I just finished college in January. I studied abroad for my last semester, so I didn't get to participate in commencement or anything, and not many people know I actually graduated.
So, my question is, would it be tacky to send graduation announcements to relatives and such? I'm not having an open house or anything, but I just feel disappointed not getting any sort of recognition after working so hard for four and a half years.
What do you think?
I think it would be great to tell everybody that you have graduated. If you are sending letters rather than the commercial greeting cards, you might start out by saying that you finished your program from overseas and - "I sort of missed my graduation." It would be nice to add a few words about your degree or if you are planning to invite some of your close friends you can enclose that too. I can see a very nice celebration with friends and family.
Have lots of fun and my best wishes for your future.
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