HOW TO ORDER FOR THE APRIL 17, 2015 AGGIE RING DAY:
1. Login to your AggieNetwork.com account beginning January 6, 2015, to check your Ring eligibility. (If you don't have an account, you can register here.)
- Your records will be reviewed and your eligibility status will be displayed online instantly or you will be asked to complete a manual review.
- If you request a manual review, you will receive notification via email in 1-3 business days.
2. If approved, schedule an appointment online to order your Aggie Ring at the Aggie Ring Office.
- Select from available order dates between January 12 - February 13, 2015.
- If unable to order in person or if ordering for someone else, submit an order to the Aggie Ring Program prior to the deadline.
3. On your appointment day, visit The Aggie Ring Office to find your Ring size (with official Aggie Ring sizers) and pay for your Ring.
- FULL PAYMENT WILL BE DUE AT THE TIME OF ORDER.
Current students: If you need financial assistance, Apply for a Ring Loan online between Jan 6 - Feb 12. You will need to apply for your Ring Loan prior to ordering your Aggie Ring. If approved, bring your Promissory Note with you on your appointment date.
IF YOU ARE TAKING A TAMU MINI-MESTER that ends on or before January 16, 2015, you will be able to use the course for your Aggie Ring requirements.
IF YOU ARE EXPECTING ADDITIONAL HOURS (transfer, CLEP, study abroad, grade change or mini-mester hours from another institution):
All hours must be posted on your TAMU records by February 13 to be considered towards your Aggie Ring requirements.
- If you have taken hours at another institution, the transcript must be sent or hand delivered (must be in sealed envelope) to the the Office of Admissions in the General Services Complex, Suite 1601. For quick processing, complete a 'Request for Upfront Processing Form' and let their staff know that it is for the Aggie Ring deadline.
The Aggie Ring is the most visible symbol of the Aggie Network that connects Aggies around the world. Dating back over a hundred years, it is a tradition that is deep in symbolism. Every symbol represents values every Aggie should hold: Excellence, Integrity, Leadership, Loyalty, Respect and Selfless Service.
Those who have earned the right to wear the Aggie Ring have cleared some of the toughest requirements in the country for a class ring, thus making it one of the most treasured items an Aggie possesses. The requirements were established by the Official Senior Ring Committee of 1933.
The Association of Former Students Aggie Ring Program has the honor and responsibility of protecting the integrity of the Aggie Ring. They oversee the eligibility, order and delivery for more than 12,000 students each year. Aggie Ring Day is one of the most anticipated milestones in an Aggie student's career. This event, hosted at the Clayton W. Williams Jr. Alumni Center, is celebrated 3 times a year for currently enrolled students: April, September and November.