The Auburn Ring

Sponsored by Auburn University and the Student Government Association, the ring will remain unchanged-a tangible connection to the past, present, and future. Learn more about what makes the Auburn Ring Tradition a cherished one!

Part of the Auburn Ring Tradition is Ring Night and Ring Ceremony.

To learn more about what these events entail, dates, and more visit the event page.

Auburn Rings

To view more information about the Official Auburn University Ring and Graduation Announcements, please visit the Balfour Website.

Auburn Ring FAQ

Q. How many hours are required to be eligible to get a ring?

A. Seventy-five.

Q. Do my transfer hours count towards the seventy-five required to get a ring?

A. Yes!

Q. Can I get a custom ring?

A. We only carry the traditional rings that are shown on the Balfour website. The reasoning behind this is so that the entire Auburn Family can be unified through the one Official Auburn University ring. For this reason, we are no longer able to customize rings other than the engraving.

Q. How can I find pictures from ring ceremony or ring night?

A. Village Photographers.

Q. If I have problems with shipping and receiving my ring, how should I handle that?

A. Contact the Balfour representative for Auburn University, Pearson Alsobrook.

Q. Do I need to wait until ring week to order my ring?

A. You can order a ring at any time, but in order to be included in the ring night and ceremony you must order your ring during ring week.

Q. Where can I order a ring?

A. On the Balfour website or in the Student Center during ring week.

Q. When and where is the Spring 2019 ring night and ring ceremony?

A. Ring Night is on April 25th at 6:56 PM in front of Langdon Hall and Ring Ceremony is on April 28th at 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM in the Student Center Ballroom. (Ring ceremonies are for recipients and their guests only).

Q. If I’m an alumni and want to purchase a ring how should I go about that?

A. Order off of the Balfour website that can be accessed through the SGA website.

Last modified: September 21, 2020