Ring Ceremony for 2019

When: Saturday, June 15th
Check-in: 6:30PM-7:30PM
Ceremony: 7:30PM-9:30PM
Location: Warren Mall, UC San Diego

Faculty of the Year
Professor Jan Kleissl

Student of the Year
Graham Martin

IDEA Award for Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion
Jacqueline Villalobos

Award for Excellence in Structural Engineering
Yuanqi (Ivy) Wang

Awards for Excellence in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
Hannah Munguia Flores
Danielle Monique Naiman

Awards for Excellence in Electrical & Computing Engineering
Kelly Levick
Victor Miranda

Award for Excellence in Bioengineering
Surabhi Kalyan

Awards for Excellence in Computer Science & Engineering
Barbara He
Rahul Sabnis

Award for Excellence in NanoEngineering
Davina Joshuia

We invite graduating engineers of the Jacobs School of Engineering, families, and friends to participate in Ring Ceremony. The ceremony will include recognition awards, a keynote speaker, the Jacobs School graduation oath, and the presentation of the rings. The graduation oath is a commitment of participants to uphold standards of ethics, integrity, and quality as practicing engineers and as graduates of the Jacobs School. Participants will receive a ring to be worn as a symbol of this commitment. The ring is a plain stainless steel silver band engraved on the inside with UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering.

Graduating engineering students planning to attend Ring Ceremony are REQUIRED to purchase a ring in order to participate.

You have the opportunity to purchase a Jacobs School of Engineering stole through the registration form below.

Students who are NOT planning to participate in Ring Ceremony can also purchase a ring using the registration form below.

Formal/business attire highly encouraged. You should not wear your cap and gown for this event but you are more than welcome to wear your stoles and honor cords. Since the event is being held at night, we recommend that you and your guests plan to dress in layers or wear a light jacket with an extra layer of clothing.

You may invite guests. Guests tickets are not required for the event. There is no limit to the number of guests a graduate may invite to the event, however, seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Parking is free on campus. Please park in lots indicated by UC San Diego Campus Events. Review the transportation and parking details to plan your travel to the campus for this event.

Check-In and Arrival
Check-in for Ring Ceremony will start at 6:30PM. Please have your Student ID or Government Issued ID with you when you check in. You will check in at Warren Mall, where you will pick up your ring, along with your Ring Ceremony certificate and program.

The ceremony is planned to promptly start at 7:30PM. Please plan to arrive earlier to allow you sufficient time to check in, and your guests enough time to find seating.

Resources for People with Disabilities
This event is wheelchair accessible. In addition, an interpreter will be present at this event. Please let us know if you need access to either of these services at check-in so that we can assist you and your guest further.

There will be professional photographers at this event. Photos taken of you will be made available to you after Ring Ceremony.

The distinguished student speaker for Ring Ceremony 2019 will be:

Rahul Sabnis
B.S. Computer Science, Class of 2019
Recipient of the Award for Excellence in Computer Science & Engineering

The Senior Class Gift (SCG) is your first step into joining the UC San Diego alumni community and showing how much being a Triton means to you. The mission of the SCG is to engage seniors to leave their legacy and cultivate a pattern of philanthropy before leaving UC San Diego. By giving $20.19 in honor of our graduating class, you are committing to make UC San Diego a better place. We give back because seniors before us helped make our Triton experience possible. Now it's our turn to give others the same opportunities. Your participation in Ring Ceremony provides you with a legacy that will enhance learning opportunities for future Jacobs School students through the Student Travel Fund.

  1. How much do the ring and stole cost?
  2. Ring Only: $25.00
    Stole Only: $10.00
    Ring + Stole: $35.00

  3. What will the ring look like?
  4. When will I get my stole?
  5. Stoles are expected to arrive mid May.
    You will receive an email when stoles are ready for pick-up.
    No Refunds: Note that refunds will not be provided for any payment made.

  6. When do I get my Ring?
  7. If you signed up for Ring Ceremony, you will pick-up your ring at event registration, and it will be presented to you by the Dean of the Jacobs School of Engineering during the ceremony.
    If you purchased a ring and you do not plan to attend Ring Ceremony, you may pick up your ring from the IDEA Engineering Student Center starting June 17th.
    Rings will also be mailed to students who requested this service after Ring Ceremony.

  8. What if I need to change my ring size and have already submitted my registration form?
  9. If you are requesting a change in ring size please complete the following form by Sunday, May 26th.

  10. What if I no longer want to participate in Ring Ceremony?
  11. Please email idea@eng.ucsd.edu stating in the email, your name, PID, and mentioning you no longer plan to participate in Ring Ceremony.

  12. I purchased a ring and/or stole but no longer want it. Can I receive a refund?
  13. Refunds will not be provided for any payment made

  14. I completed the form stating I do not want to participate in Ring Ceremony, but now I do! Can I still participate?
  15. If you completed the form stating you do not plan to attend Ring Ceremony and only purchased a stole, please click here, and complete the Ring Ceremony registration form again stating you would like to participate. You will have the opportunity to purchase only a ring, since purchasing a ring is required to participate in Ring Ceremony.
    If you completed the form stating you do not plan to attend Ring Ceremony and purchased a ring, please email us at idea@eng.ucsd.edu

  16. Is there a dress code?
  17. Yes! Formal and business attire highly encouraged.

  18. Can I bring guests?
  19. Yes! Tickets are not required. Be thoughtful about your invites.

IDEA Engineering Student Center

General Campus Commencement Information: http://commencement.ucsd.edu/