UH Official Class Ring

ORDER YOUR RING NOW

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Have you completed 70 hours of coursework  towards your degree? Order your class ring online now and flash it in front of jealous underclassmen. You can see ring samples and get sized any time in the Alumni Relations Office – Suite 201 of the Athletics-Alumni Center. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UHAA offices are currently closed. Updates on re-opening will be posted here.

*Any transfer credit hours that have been accepted by UH count towards the 70 credit hour minimum.   e.x. (30 transfer credit hours + 40 credit hours at UH = 70 credit hours)

His Ring

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Her Ring

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About the Ring

The interlocking UH logo adorns the top of the official class ring. The right shank presents the University seal — a variation of Sam Houston’s coat of arms — that features flanked martlets, two greyhounds, and a winged hourglass with the motto “In Time” above it.

The wearer’s graduation year is also featured on this side. The left shank bears the wearer’s degree, a facade of the Ezekiel Cullen Building, and the University’s founding date, 1927. Rings are available in either yellow or white gold with options such as antique finishes and diamond settings.

Tradition dictates that current students wear the ring facing inward. Only alumni should wear the ring with the logo facing outward.

UH Class Ring

Class ring statue symbolizes students’ UH journey

The recently unveiled UH class ring statue celebrates students’ accomplishments and dedication throughout their college journey. As a tradition that began in 1946, the UH ring is symbolic of students’ time spent studying at UH. The new UH class ring statue, located in the student center, was unveiled prior to the Fall 2019 ring ceremony.

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Blessing of the Rings

Starting in December of 2011, UHAA and the Houston Zoo partnered to have all official UH Class Rings spend the night prior to the Fall Ring Ceremony in the cougar exhibit with Haley the cougar. In March of 2012, the university’s new live mascot, Shasta VI was unveiled at the Houston Zoo and the rings now spend the night with Shasta VI prior to every Ring Ceremony.