Aggie Ring & Law School Ring Day

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The Aggie Ring is the most visible symbol of the Aggie Network that connects Aggies around the world. As a Texas A&M Law student, you are part of this enduring tradition.

The Aggie Ring Program is administered by The Association of Former Students (AFS).

RingDay_Law-prog-ringTexas A&M University School of Law hosts Law School Ring Day at the Fort Worth campus separate from the Ring Day ceremony in College Station. The Law School Director of Alumni, Former Students and External Relations, Kristi Kaiser Trail '00, assists Law students with Ring sizing. The Law School follows The ​Association of Former Students Aggie Ring Program eligibility requirements and order deadlines.


Aggie-Ring-Law720Current, continuing students attending the Texas A&M University School of Law on or after August 12, 2013, may become eligible for an Aggie Ring under the existing rules for professional students. Texas A&M School of Law students may become eligible after earning 45 institution hours since the 90 hour requirement has been met prior to entering the program. Students must have a 2.​33 minimum cumulative GPR, and remain in good standing with the university (must not be on academic probation, suspension, dismissal or on honor violation probation).



1.  Follow step 1 on to check your Ring eligibility online.

2.  If eligible, order your Ring online by 5 p.m. on the order deadline. See the​ Ring order schedule. Although the Law School Ring Day ceremony dates may vary from the main campus dates, the eligibility requirements and order deadlines ​are the same.

Note: Law School students do not need to go to the College Station AFS Ring Office to be sized or to pay for their ​Ring.

• Schedule & Deadlines

The Ring order and delivery schedule is available at Although the Law School Ring Day ceremony dates may, if necessary, vary from the main campus dates, the eligibility requirements and order deadlines ​are the same.

• Ring Sizing

  • Official Aggie Ring sizers are available to try on from Jennifer ​Merrywell (office 167 in Deans Hallway, next to Dean Mitchell) during regular office hours. (Law School students do not need to go to the College Station AFS Ring Office to be sized​ for their Aggie Ring.)
  • You may visit a local jeweler (recommend trying on sizers with a wide band).

• Ring delivery options

  • Be sure to select the option of "Ship to Law School" to be included in the Law School Ring Day ceremony (no additional shipping cost).
    Note: The Law School Ring Day ceremony date may differ from the main campus Ring Day ceremony date -- use the Law School dates.
  • Ship to your home or business address for a shipping cost of $20. Your Ring will be delivered on the Tuesday following Ring Day via UPS or FedEx. A signature is required upon delivery. (You will ​NOT be included in the Law School or main campus Ring Day ceremony with this option.)
  • Receive at Aggie Ring Day ceremony in College Station.

• Payment

  • After your order has been reviewed and processed (1-3 business days), you will receive an invoice via email with ​a link to pay online. (Law School students do not need to go to the College Station AFS Ring Office to pay for their Ring.)
  • Full payment is due within 5 days of receiving your invoice.
  • You may apply for an Aggie Ring Loan through the Short-Term Loan Program administered by Scholarships and Financial Aid. Click here for eligibility, interest rate, processing, cancellation and repayment information.

• Ring options and pricing

See your ​Ring options and pricing at


Law School Ring Day Apr 2014Texas A&M School of Law hosts ​Ring Day ceremonies at the Law School campus in Fort Worth.

​​Upcoming Law School Ring Day Ceremony Dates:

    Friday, ​April 6, 2018
        • 5 p.m.: Candidate check-in outside of Lecture Hall
        • 5:30 p.m.: Aggie Ring Ceremony, Lecture Hall
        • 6-7 p.m.: Reception, Conference Center

Important Information for Ring Recipients:

  • Please RSVP and include the number of guests joining you. Also if you would like someone other than Dean Mitchell to present you with your Aggie Ring, please let us know at the time of response.
  • Please arrive by 5 p.m. to line-up in the hallway, receive your instructions, and begin the ceremony.
  • Check-in: Please proceed with your guests upstairs to the Lecture Hall at the School of Law to check-in by 5:00 p.m. You will receive instructions and be directed to where you will line-up and be seated for the ceremony. Your guests can go ahead and take their seats inside the Lecture Hall. You will sit with the other Aggie Ring Candidates in a reserved section.
  • Parking: Parking is available for you and your guests in any of our three School of Law parking lots off of Calhoun Street for FREE.
  • Attire: Since we are a professional school, business attire is preferred. The Dean will be in a suit, as well as the staff. I would strongly encourage you to dress in business attire. For your guests, I would encourage business casual for them.
  • Seating: Seating is on a first come, first served basis. We will have a roped off section for you, but I would encourage your guests to arrive early and grab a seat.
  • Alternate arrangements: If you are unable to attend our Aggie Ring Day Ceremony on April 16, you will need to make alternate arrangements to pick up your Aggie Ring the following week. Aggie Rings will NOT be distributed prior to the ceremony.

As a student or recent graduate of Texas A&M School of Law, if you receive your ​Ring during another time, you are welcome to participate in a Law School Ring Day ceremony -- please ​email us to participate.

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