Texas Christian University, one of the oldest and leading institutions in the United States for higher education is known among the student community for its old tradition of awarding graduating students with a class ring as an honor of his or her achievement by studying at this prestigious university. The ring ceremony is a special event when student receives the ring earned by him or her because of hard work and efforts. Thus, class ring is a classic icon that a student loves to wear and feels pride of wearing in on his or her finger.
Iconic Texas Christian class ring
The Texas Christian class ring is designed by a delegation of 15 individuals—students, alumni and others who love the University. It incorporates the unique symbols of their alma mater and is a classic icon, TCU Horned Frog, which is true identity of a TCU student. The Official Texas Christian University Ring bears the official seal of the university. The central figures of the seal are the torch and star, symbolizing the “light of learning.” The motto Disciplina est facultas or “Knowledge is Power” is also found embossed on the seal. TCU Horned Frog, one of the official TCU symbols, can also be found engraved inside each ring.
Who gets the class ring?
Not all students of TCU can get the ring. It is a highly cherished Texas Christian class ring that a student can get when he or she has successfully met the appropriate undergraduate or graduate requirements. The Alumni Relations Office can be contacted to receive the ring. By wearing the class ring, the student becomes a part of an elite circle of Horned Frog graduates.
TCU class ring event
Texas Christian class ring event is TCU Traditions and Trivia comprising of annual fall concert, tree lighting, and late-night breakfast. The wait for the event keeps students in high spirit despite the worry of an exhausting exam week.