I'd love some feedback: My daughter is earning her Bachelor's degree next month, and is continuing on to get her teaching credential. She's 31 y.o., and went back to school at about age 27. Since she began I've been helping to support her by paying a portion of her tuition, and I also contribute monthly to her living expenses (she's working part time and getting help from other family and some grant money). When she goes back after the summer I will continue to contribute until she earns her credential. Part of me feels like since I've been contributing thousands for the last several years and will continue to do so, that a substantial graduation gift isn't needed. Perhaps a small gift of congratulations or even a nice dinner/night out? I am very proud of her and don't want to feel like I'm "cheaping out"--especially since it's likely she will be getting gifts from others. FWIW, the contributions I've made do come at a sacrifice to our household--it's not just "mad money". I'd love to hear some thoughts.