The Tulane University Ring is an enduring symbol that incorporates our great traditions with one’s unique educational experience. It honors academic achievement and sacrifice while signifying the loyalty and pride we all share as Tulanians.
Plan on being a part of this Tulane tradition! As a recipient of the Tulane Ring, you are invited to have your ring personally presented to you by President Scott Cowen at the President's Ring Ceremony during Homecoming/Family Weekend each fall. This memorable event is a special time that your family and friends are invited to share with you.
The Ring is available exclusively to current students in good standing that have earned at least 60 credit hours or to all graduates of Tulane University. It represents the common bond between Tulane graduates and those who will graduate in years to come.
In the next few weeks, each participant will be mailed a beautiful 5x7 photograph of Vice President of Alumni Relations, James Stofan, presenting them with their Tulane Ring. Please be on the lookout for an e-mail to you, the recipient, asking you to confirm your picture number. If you do not respond, your picture will not be mailed.
To view the 2012 ring ceremony pictures by recipient, visit this photo album. To view the non-presentation photos, click here. To purchase additional pictures beyond the 5x7 taken with James Stofan, contact George Long at www.georgelong.com
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