Animal Crossing character with Georgia Tech graduation outfits, screenshot

Engineering graduation regalia for Animal Crossing: New Horizons

April 27, 2020

"Oh, I hear that you are graduating soon! Congratulations on your achievement! Now you do need regalia to graduate, yes?", said Tom Nook, real-estate mogul

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted and delayed the traditional, in-person ceremony for Georgia Tech Spring 2020 graduates. However, thanks to the work of Tae Prasongpongchai, a graduating MS in Human-Computer Interaction (MS-HCI) student, you can dress in graduation attire on the Nintendo Switch best-selling game Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

Animal Crossing character and environment renders used in this story are courtesy of Nintendo Co, Ltd.

#AnimalCrossing #ACNH #NintendoSwitch

Georgia Tech graduation regalia

Use the below codes to redeem Georgia Tech regalia clothing at Able Sisters' Custom Designs Kiosk. 

Bachelor's Regalia


Master's Regalia

Science (Yellow/Gold)


Engineering (Orange)


Design (Blue-Violet)


Music (Pink)


Public Policy (Peacock)


Health Systems (Salmon)


Economics (Copper)


Psychology (White)


Business (Drab)


Doctoral Regalia


Graduation regalia from four major directions, screenshot
Animal Crossing render of character leaping over river, illustration


So what are you waiting for, graduate? Now, go explore new horizons and the wild world!

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