As your senior college graduates, it’s time to start thinking about what gift you’ll give them. Here are ten great ideas to help get you started.

1. A gift card to their favorite restaurant or store.

This can be a great way to let them know that you’re behind them as they start their life out on their own, and it can help them get what they need for their new life. This is the best chance to give them something off of their wish list and give them a start on moving out and getting things around the house.

2. The family checks to cover moving expenses or the first month of rent.

This will be an excellent way for your college senior to have some financial help when they need it, and you won’t have to worry about them coming back home after college. College students tend to return home early after college because they can’t afford their place, and this gift will help them avoid that issue.

3. A magazine subscription to the magazine of their choice.

This is an excellent way for your college senior to catch up on all that’s going on in their world while not having to buy a copy every month. It will keep them entertained and informed. It can be an inexpensive gift if you choose one of their favorite magazines (like Esquire or Entertainment Weekly) instead of giving them one that doesn’t interest them much (like Time or Newsweek.)

4. Dinner or lunch at their favorite restaurant with close family members like grandparents and siblings.

A meal out with friends and family is always a great idea for any occasion, but this one will be especially memorable for your college senior as they graduate and start their new life. Enjoying a good time with close family members will be a great way to celebrate the end of their college career, and it will remind them that they’re loved.

5. A gift card for a car detailing service from their favorite car dealer

This is an excellent way for your college senior to get their first new ride or upgrade if they want one, without spending any money on getting it detailed. They’ll enjoy knowing that they’re getting the car they want without having to spend any money on it before driving off into their future with it.

6. A gift certificate to a local spa or massage therapist

This can be a great way to help your college senior relax after finals week and the stress of graduation. They’ll love being able to pamper themselves with a day of relaxation, and it can be an excellent way for them to de-stress before starting their new life.

7. A Tablet or High-Value Item 

These are both great gifts for college seniors, as they can be used for studying, entertainment, and staying connected with friends and family. Accessories like watches such as microbrand watches and cases can also be a great addition to these gifts.

8. A new piece of furniture for their new place

This could be anything from a new couch to a coffee table to a dining room set. It will help your college seniors feel at home in their new place and give them a place to relax and unwind after a long day.

9. Tickets to a show or concert that they’ve wanted to see

This is a great way to help your college seniors celebrate their graduation and start their new life with a night out on the town. College seniors love to have fun, and this gift will help them do that.

10. A donation in their name to a charity that they care about

This is a great way to give back and help your college seniors feel like they’re making a difference. Giving donations in their name is an excellent way of honoring their hard work, and it’s an excellent way for them to feel like they’re making the world a better place.

Final Thoughts

This list is just the beginning- you can find many unique gift ideas for graduation online. You can also have a custom banner made with their name on it so they’ll never forget the day that they graduated.

Visit different websites boards for even more unique gift ideas! You’ll have pinned tons of great stuff from around the web, including things you haven’t tried yet or used yourself but think would be perfect gifts for college seniors.