graduation medals Saint Mary’s College

Our opportunity: Create a commemorative to last a lifetime

Graduation certificates tend to have a sameness about them that makes it difficult to create a sense of excitement. The School of Economics and Business Administration (SEBA) at Saint Mary’s College of California wanted to go the extra mile for its graduates, commissioning a pair of handsome graduation medals from Medalcraft Mint.

The San Francisco Bay Area institution, located in Moraga, ordered 2¾-inch silver medals for its honors graduates and matching brass medals for all other graduates. The detailed artwork and verbiage featured on the medals, highlighted with a red, white and blue neck ribbon, ensures these commemoratives will stand the test of time.

“The medals are absolutely beautiful,” comments Erinn Blaz, academic services manager for the SEBA. “Our Medalcraft contact, Jenifer Baker, was amazing to work with. She was professional, timely, and answered any questions we had. She made the process very easy.”

Saint Mary’s College is a liberal arts institution established in 1863. The SEBA undergraduate and graduate curriculum encourages students to develop a global and responsible business perspective.

For more information or to request a quote for your graduation medals, please go to or call 800‑558‑6348.

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