Group photo of the Class of 2024 Ring Ceremony

PC Class Ring Ceremony

The 12th Annual PC Class Ring Ceremony will be held on Sunday, February 18, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. in Edmunds Hall. For pictures of last year’s ceremony, view the photo gallery here.

2023 Class Ring Ceremony

The Class Ring Ceremony celebrates the accomplishments of students who have reached a level of academic achievement of reaching junior and/or senior class status. Class rings have a significance and special meaning to those who wear them.

The PC ring signifies not only the accomplishment of graduating from PC and becoming part of our alumni association but also represents everything the College stands for and all of the experiences of being a student here that we all have shared – close relationships with faculty; strong ties to our friends all over campus – in our majors, those we live with, those we sing with, those we are brothers and sisters with, those who stand shoulder to shoulder on the fields and courts of athletic competition. But more than all of that, it signifies honor and service that PC students experience, embrace, and live out long after they leave this place.

Classes of 2024 and 2025

Students will have completed at least 60 hours at the end of this spring semester and be on track to graduate by August 2025.  You may order rings through our official class ring provider here .

Contact Office of Alumni Relations at alumni@presby.edu if you have any questions.

Class Ring Ceremony Registration

PLEASE NOTE: Students who ordered rings in the fall will be presented with their rings at the ceremony. Juniors and seniors who already have their rings and want to participate will need to bring their rings to the Advancement Office in the Smith Administration building to Kate Orcutt after Monday, February 5, and no later than Friday, February 9. As is the tradition, the rings will be placed in the Founders Library in the Archives in Thomason Library overnight prior to the ceremony.

  • Please provide full name
  • Phonetically spell out your name for announcing your name at the ceremony.