15 Graduation Cap Decorating Ideas For Every Disney Fan

15 Graduation Cap Decorating Ideas For Every Disney Fan

For those of you not quite ready to grow up, here are some graduation caps that might be perfect for you.
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Some soon-to-be college graduates continue to cling to their love of Disney. These students have not been able to let go of their favorite childhood films. Moving into adulthood, some of us arent quite ready to give up the magic yet. Here are 15 graduation cap decorating ideas to get any Disney-lover started on the perfect graduation cap!

1. These classic Disney caps are perfect for any Disney lover.

If you're just a Disney fan in general, these caps are absolutely perfect for you.


2. These 'Toy Story' caps are sure to send you to infinity and beyond!


These caps are perfect for anyone who isn't ready to put away their beloved toys.


3. Or, if your best friend loves 'Toy Story' too, you can match!

Great for any best-friend duo!


4. Grab a jacket, 'cause these 'Frozen' caps will leave you shivery!

It's probably been a long four years.

Just like Elsa, by the end of your four years, you're definitely ready to "Let it Go," which makes this the perfect graduation cap decorating idea.


5. Graduate like Sully and Mike with these 'Monsters University' caps!

This one is great for any Nursing major!




6. If you're artistic enough to make them, these 'Little Mermaid' caps are sure to be a hit on graduation day!



7. For anyone moving 'UP' in the world.



8. Hopefully, you remember a little more than Dory can post-graduation.

This one pretty much sums up everyone's feelings about graduating.

Fill in your own name to help your family find you in the crowd!


9. If you're as cool as Gaston, this 'Beauty and the Beast' cap is the one for you.


No one.


10. For anyone who isn't worried about graduating, Hakuna Matata to you too.




This other 'Lion King' inspired cap definitely expresses any senior's emotions.


11. 'Aladdin' says it best.


Graduation day is sure to be as magical as a Magic-Carpet ride, so have a graduation cap decorated to match!


12. This quote from 'Moana' is perfect for any optimistic graduate!


13. Celebrate the milestone with these 'Tangled' caps!


14. Tinkerbell inspires the fairy in all of us, and her words are wonderful for any graduation cap.


15. This 'Pochahantas' cap is perfect for anyone who is just trying to go with the flow.

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To All Incoming Freshmen, When You Get To College, Please Don't Be THAT Freshman

I am pretty sure we all know who I'm talking about.

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As we are all counting down the days to return to campus, students are looking forward to meeting new people and reuniting with old friends. And then, there is the freshman.

We have all been there. The eagerness and excitement have been slowly building up through months of summer vacation, all waiting for this moment. I understand the anxiousness, enthusiasm, and insecurities. The opportunity to meet new people and explore a new area is very intriguing. But let's be real, you are here to make memories and get an education. So here are a few pieces of advice from a former college freshman.

1. Don't be that freshman who follows their significant other to college

This is the boy or girl who simply can not think for themselves. The 17-year-old puts their own personal goals and interests aside to sacrifice for a six-month high school relationship. This will more than likely end at an end of semester transfer after the relationship has been tested for a month or two in college life. So if you want to really enjoy your freshman year, make your own decisions and do what is best for you.

2. Don't be that freshman who lets their parents pick their major

"You are not going to school just to waste my money."

This is a statement you might have heard from your parents. As true as it might seem, this is definitely not a good way to start your college years. If you are not majoring in something you can see yourself doing, you are wasting your time. You can major in biology, go to medical school, and make the best grades. But if deep down you don't want to be a doctor, you will NOT end up being a good doctor. When it comes to picking your major, you really have to follow your heart.

3. Don't be that freshman who gets overwhelmed with the first taste of freedom

Yes. It is all very exciting. You don't have a curfew, you don't have rules, you don't have anyone constantly nagging you, but let's not get carried away. Don't be the freshman who gets a tattoo on the first night of living on your own. Don't be the freshman who tries to drink every liquor behind the bar. Don't be the freshman who gets caught up being someone that they aren't. My best advice would be to take things slow.

4. Don't be that freshman who starts school isolated in a relationship

I'm not telling you not to date anyone during your freshman year. I am saying to not cut yourself off from the rest of the world while you date someone. Your first year on campus is such an amazing opportunity to meet people, but people are constantly eager to start dating someone and then only spend time with that person.

Be the freshman who can manage time between friends and relationships.

5. Don't be that freshman who can't handle things on their own

It is your first year on your own. Yes, you still need help from your parents. But at this point, they should not be ordering your textbooks or buying your parking pass. If you need something for a club or for class, YOU should handle it. If you're having roommate problems, YOU should handle it, not your parents. This is the real world and college is a great time for you to start building up to be the person you want to be in the future, but you can't successfully do that if your parents still deal with every minor inconvenience for you.

6. Don't be that freshman who only talks to their high school friends

I know your high school was probably amazing, and you probably had the coolest people go there. However, I believe that college is a great time to be on your own and experience new things. Meeting new people and going to new places will allow you to grow into a more mature person. There is a way to balance meeting new friends and maintaining friendships with childhood friends, and I am sure you will find that balance.

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To The Ones Who Are Confused On How To Feel About Senior Year

It's a feeling where you don't know if you should have happy tears or sad tears... or maybe a little bit of both.

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Senior year is about to start, and it's such a bittersweet feeling. Summer is coming to an end, we're moving out of old apartments and houses and into new ones, and of course the question, "are you ready for school to start back?" is definitely being brought up multiple times a day.

Am I ready? Yes. No. Kind of.

My little brother is going to freshman orientation at the high school today. My mom came into my room and asked me if I could remember all the stuff I had to do when I went, and that's when it hit me… that was 7 years ago… holy crap. Where did time go?

Here lately it seems like everyone has been asking "oh when does school start back?" "Are you excited?" "Are you ready to enter the big girl world?"

Well to answer your question, yes but no. This is the most bittersweet feeling I have ever had about something.

So why am I answering yes? Because I can't wait to have all my friends back in town. I miss y'all like crazy; Oxford just isn't the same. Football – it's August and that means the countdown to football season is getting so much closer, and that is always exciting. Formals, swaps, date parties, bid day... all of that is exciting too, but then I just can't help but think… while all these things are so happy and so fun to look forward to having those countdowns for… this is also my last time to get to have those things – as a student at least.

So why do I answer no? Because it's my last summer before the real world, before me and all my friends get real jobs and follow our dreams, our last football season in The Grove as students, our last formals, date parties, bid day, all of that. We can't wait for these things to happen, but just knowing how fast junior year flew by… I'm a little worried senior year is going to be over in the blink of an eye.

This has really been something weighing me down because it does make me really sad to think about, and hearing people say "oh senior year, a year full of lasts" does not make it any better. All I know is this year I will be so much more appreciative of those slow days that I just want to get over with and the busy days that I'm running crazy just trying to get everything done in. I'll appreciate the little stuff and hold tight to the memories I have made and will make this year.

And to my friends, hurry up and get to Oxford so we can make senior year the best year yet!

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