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Photo Gallery: Spring Class of 2022 Graduation Caps

USF graduate standing outside the College of Education building with decorated graduation cap

Abby Meler, a graduate of USF's Elementary Education Program, outside the College of Education building on USF's Tampa campus. 

A tradition celebrated by many college graduates, decorating your mortarboard is a great opportunity to creatively express excitement for earning your degree, entering into your future career and to thank those who have helped you reach where you are today. 

Check out some of the designs created by College of Education graduates that caught our eye during USF’s spring commencement ceremonies.

Brooke Bluhm, Early Childhood Education

Photo provided by Brooke Bluhm, Early Childhood Education major


Alicia Miller, Mathematics Education

Photo provided by Alicia Miller, Mathematics Education major


Graduation Cap with "Our Greatest Adventure" written on it  

Graduation Cap - Miss G

 


Katelyn Hall Early Childhood Education

Photo provided by Katelyn Hall, Early Childhood Education major


Graduation Cap - Mrs. C

 


Graduation Cap - Ms Reed

 


Graduation Cap - Magic

 


Gabby Martinez with Graduation Cap

Photo provided by Gabby Martinez, Exceptional Student Education major


Graduation Cap - Just the Beginning

 


Graduation Cap with Thank You Message in Spanish

 


Graduation Cap Happily Ever After

 


Graduation Cap - Ms. Friedel

 


Graduation Caps - A cap decorated with names from a student teacher's classroom

 


Maloy Leggett's Graduation Cap

Photo provided by Maloy Leggett, Elementary Education major


Graduation Cap - A thank you message to mom

 


Cheyenne Campbell graduation cap

Photo provided by Cheyenne Campbell, Elementary Education major


Graduation Cap - A thank you message to dad

 


Graduation Cap - Teachers Plant Seeds that Grow Forever

 


Mariyah Valdes Graduation Cap

Photo provided by Mariyah Valdes, Elementary Education major


Michkayla Dandreano Graduation Cap

Photo provided by Michkayla Dandreano, Elementary Education major


Abby Meler Graduation Cap

Photo provided by Abby Meler, Elementary Education major


Graduation Cap - Chaos Coordinator

 


Graduation Cap decorated with student names written on an attached bow

 


Explore More Graduation Cap Design Ideas on the College of Education's Pinterest Page

Looking for more design inspiration for your graduation cap? Visit our Pinterest account to explore past designs created by College of Education graduates! 

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About the USF College of Education:

As the home for more than 2,200 students and 130 faculty members across three campuses, the University of South Florida College of Education offers state-of-the-art teacher training and collegial graduate studies designed to empower educational leaders. Our college is nationally accredited by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP), and our educator preparation programs are fully approved by the Florida Department of Education.