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Faculty, alumni and graduating students are invited to participate in this year’s Engineering Induction Ceremony!

Order of the Engineer and Pledge of the Computing Professional are rite-of-passage ceremonies for students graduating in engineering and computing sciences programs. Both ceremonies are intended to promote and recognize the ethical and moral behavior of graduates. A one-time initiation fee for the ceremony is $20.

Tempe Ceremony
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
6–8 p.m.
Memorial Union (MU) Arizona Ballroom, Tempe campus [map]
Register to participate

Polytechnic Ceremony
Monday, April 16, 2018
5:30–7 p.m.
Student Union (UNION) Cooley Ballroom, Polytechnic campus [map]
Register to participate

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. ASU undergraduate students that will be graduating this Spring are invited to attend, along with faculty and alumni.

The Pledge of the Computing Professionals is an organization to promote the notion of computing as a recognized profession at the time of graduation for students in Computing Science and related programs. The Pledge is modeled after the Order of the Engineer – a long-standing rite-of-passage for graduates from engineering programs. The Pledge of the Computing Professional is solely intended to promote and recognize the ethical and moral behavior of graduates of computing-related degree programs as they transition to careers of service to society.

Learn more and register.

Questions? Contact Chase Norris at

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