Should a student send out graduation announcements? Pros and Cons?
I don't see any cons unless there is some doubt as to whether or not the student will graduate. Sending them out, then not quite making the cut might be a bit embarrassing. I'm sure most family and true friends will understand though just wishing the student well and admiring him/her for trying for a better life through education. I say go for it!
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