Show your Trinity pride by wearing the Official Trinity Ring. All Tigers with 73+ earned hours have earned the right to purchase and wear this symbol of excellence. Rings are distributed annually at the Ring Ceremony.
The Trinity University Ring symbolizes the significant achievement of completing 73 or more hours of academic coursework at one of the top liberal arts and sciences institutions in the country. This ring is one-of-a-kind and imbues a sense of tradition. The seal on the ring has remained an almost permanent fixture since 1870 when the original charter for the University was adopted. The featured seal on your ring was adopted in 1972 and will continue unchanged as the official seal of Trinity University. The seal’s Latin inscription translates to From three, one. Wear your ring with pride in your academic accomplishments, the treasure of tradition in this great institution, and the knowledge of this ring binding you to your Trinity experience and the vast alumni community.
Students with 73+ credit hours may order an official Trinity University Class Rings. See below for sales dates and ring pricing.
Both alumni and students are welcome to purchase rings and participate in the ring ceremony.
We are able to offer two ring scholarships each year. A University committee will review and select recipients.
Submission deadline for ring scholarships is January 15, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.
Ring sales will take place during Future Alumni Week from October 14-16. Check your email for updates. Did you know Herff Jones offers a 4-month interest free payment plan? To request a payment plan, talk with our Herff Jones reps during ring sale days or contact their customer service line at 800-837-4235.
Event Details are TBD. Contact Sidney Lopez (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Trinity is in the process of transitioning to Herff Jones as our exclusive ring provider. If you are interested in purchasing a ring please contact the Young Alumni & Student Programs Coordinator, Sidney Lopez at slopez2@Trinity.edu.