Frequently Asked Questions by West Virginia State Alumni
1. Do you sell frames to highlight my master's from West Virginia State University?
If you invested time to earn a master's degree, then you deserve a frame that captures your accomplishment! The frames in our online West Virginia State store are designed to draw attention to your master's degree while keeping it safe and well-displayed for years to come.
2. What should I do with my West Virginia State stole from commencement?
The best thing to do with your graduation regalia from West Virginia State University is to preserve it in a shadow box frame! Symbols of your big day and significant accomplishments should hang on the wall where graduates can reminisce and remind themselves of their hard work. Shadow box frames from Church Hill Classics are the perfect way to frame regalia!
3. Can I customize my West Virginia State photo frame?
Yes, customize your photo frame to reflect your personal style with different moulding or matting options. Want more creative freedom? Build your own West Virginia State photo frame from scratch with our online Create-A-Frame tool!
4. Is ordering a custom frame for West Virginia State University worth it?
Absolutely! You invested much time, money, and energy into earning your degree or certification from West Virginia State University. By purchasing a custom West Virginia State degree frame from Church Hill Classics, you're taking steps to preserve your valuable investment while showcasing your achievement for others to see. Displaying your hard work while helping your diploma withstand the elements and the test of time is certainly worth it!
5. What should I do with my West Virginia State graduation regalia?
Your regalia from West Virginia State University graduation symbolizes all of your hard work during your time at West Virginia State. Whether you decorated your graduation cap or donned an honor stole or medallion as you walked across the commencement stage, you should preserve your regalia in one of our unique shadow box frames!