Senior Year Experience Committee

The Senior Year Experience committee is dedicated to providing opportunities for seniors to reflect upon and celebrate both their curricular and co-curricular time at Trinity, to value becoming young alumni, and to ensure preparation for a smooth transition to post-baccalaureate work or study.

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Trinity University Rings

The Trinity University Ring symbolizes the significant milestone of completing 73 hours of academic coursework at one of the top liberal arts and sciences institutions in the country.

The Trinity ring is one-of-a-kind and imbues a sense of tradition. It features the seal of Trinity University, officially adopted in 1972 but having roots extending all the way back to the original 1870 University charter. The seal’s latin inscription translated to “From Three, One.”

Ring Orders

Students with 73+ credit hours may order their ring at any time. Designated ring sale days are organized each semester to assist students with their order. Eligible students will receive email updates with more information.

Both alumni and students are welcome to purchase rings and participate in the ring ceremony. If you are part of the alumni community, please contact the young alumni and student programs coordinator, Sidney Lopez, at slopez2@trinity.edu.

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Ring Scholarships

Two ring scholarships are offered each year. A University committee will review and select recipients.

The submission deadline for 2021 ring scholarship applications has closed.

Payment Plans

To learn about Herff Jones’ 4-month, interest-free payment plan, please contact Herff Jones representative Gregg McDonald at GMcDonald@herffjones.com or call customer service at 800-837-4235.

Ring Ceremony

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Each year, Trinity University hosts an annual ring ceremony to accomplish the achievements of students as they progress through their Trinity journey. All rings spend the night atop the Murchison Tower before being presented the following morning to recipient students. After the ceremony, all students and guests head over to Miller fountain to dip their rings in the water for good luck and prosperity.

Ceremony Details

Event Details are TBD for Spring 2021. Contact Sidney Lopez at slopez2@trinity.edu for more information.