Order of the Engineer

Seniors at the Order of the Engineer ceremony show off their pitchforks and pinky rings.

Fall 2015 graduating seniors and alumni of ABET-accredited programs as well as Professional Engineers, licensed in the United States, are invited to attend. Participants may bring a guest.

Tuesday, November 24, 2015
6–7:30 p.m.
Memorial Union Mohave Room, Tempe campus [map]
Registration coming soon
$30 for faculty, alumni and professionals and $15 for students

Attire for this event is business casual. Registration includes the ceremonial ring.

Order of the Engineer is a commitment to uphold the Oath in engineering practice. The Order consists of individuals seeking to uphold the integrity, honesty and values all engineers should possess to better society. It is a lifelong commitment that begins with this Ring Ceremony. The ring is a symbol of the commitment to the Oath and is worn on the small finger of the working hand.

Learn more about the history of the Order of the Engineer or check out the frequently asked questions.

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