Auburn Ring Tradition
As graduation nears, we are pleased to offer a lasting reminder of the Auburn University experience: the Official Ring. Our ring evokes special memories of the traditions and images of AU: Samford Hall, Toomer’s Corner, football games, and the Auburn Family. The Official Ring is a symbolic, continuous link with university experiences, fellow classmates, and alumni. Our ring is reserved exclusively for students who have achieved junior year with at least 75 credit hours in good standing. Sponsored by Auburn University and the Student Government Association, the ring will remain unchanged-a tangible connection to the past, present, and future. While the other representation of achievement, the diploma, takes a place of pride on the wall, the ring is the only item a graduate can wear that makes the same statement as the diploma. I urge you to join this cherished Auburn tradition by looking at the information provided in this brochure and by purchasing this daily symbol of your membership and achievement in the Auburn Family.
Ring Week is Tuesday, September 15-Friday September 18. If you are eligible to purchase an Auburn Ring, come visit the second floor of the Student Center where members of the Auburn Ring team will be there from 10 AM- 3 PM each day.