What is moving of tassel at graduation called?
Traditionally, the moving of the tassel at graduation is called, "turning the tassel" or "the turning of the tassel ceremony." It symbolizes one's transition from candidate to graduate. Standard protocol in the US dictates that the tassel be worn on the right side of one's mortarboard at commencement and then, during the ceremony, moved to the left side. Teachers and administrators at commencement place their tassels on the left.
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According to the answer posted for another question, US protocol is for it to start on the student's right and be moved during the ceremony to the left.
I'm thinking of a Fez.
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Traditionally, at the ceremony, the tassel hangs to the right, then either en masse or as the diploma/degree is given, it is switched to the left. For the purposes of photogra…phs taken before you graduate you should hang the tassel to the left as the pictures are of a graduate, not of a someone who will graduate.
It starts on the right and after you get your diploma you move it to the left .
you put it on the left when they graduate you
A tasselled cap is called a Fez.
turning the tassel or turning of the tassel.
the right side, and once they graduate they are told to move it to the left
For high school graduations and undergraduate degrees, it goes on the right before you graduate and is then switched to the left after you graduate. For masters degrees and do…ctorates, it starts on the left and stays on the left. It is not moved before, during, or after graduation.
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Turning the tassel might be a little bit much for children thatage.
In High School
At the beginning of the ceremony, it is on your right side. At the end, you turn it to the left.