(Feb. 12, 2014) -- UTSA students can order their official UTSA ring this week at the Main Campus and Downtown Campus.
>> At the Main Campus, a table will be outside the bookstore in the University Center, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Feb. 12-13.
>> At the Downtown Campus, a table will be outside the bookstore in the Buena Vista Street Building, 1-5 p.m., Feb. 12.
Those who purchase a ring also will receive a one-year membership in the UTSA Alumni Association. Additionally, you can purchase your ring on the Balfour website or at the Katz Alumni Center, Bauerle Road Garage Suite 0.304, UTSA Main Campus.
The UTSA ring is a symbol of pride and accomplishment. It forms a common bond between past and future graduates. The lasting symbol of UTSA is available to juniors, seniors, graduate students and alumni.
The official UTSA Ring Ceremony is about tradition, pride and spirit, and is conducted each fall and spring semester. Each student is presented their ring in a keepsake box in the presence of friends, family and university administrators. The event is in the H-E-B University Center Ballroom on the Main Campus and is followed by a reception for students and their guests to celebrate the achievement of graduation.
>> Read more about the official UTSA ring, the traditions and the meaning of the symbols on the ring at the UTSA Alumni Association website.
For more information, contact the UTSA Katz Alumni Center at 210-458-4133.
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