The SMU Ring is a tangible and recognizable symbol of pride in SMU and its history. It is a link with classmates, friends, and alumni spread all over the world, as well as a reminder of accomplishments and experiences during college years. Students wear the ring with the seal facing them until the granting of degrees at Commencement. After graduation the ring is worn with the seal facing outward to symbolize that the graduate is now ready to face the world.
The SMU Ring can be viewed and purchased online at smu.edu/smuring or by calling 1-800-BALFOUR. Students may also order rings in person at the Grad Fair on February 20 (10 a.m. - 6 p.m.) and February 21 (10 a.m. - 4 p.m.) in Blanton 110.
University Ring Days will be held in the spring. Balfour representatives are on hand to fit and take orders for SMU rings.
For more information, please contact Mindy Rowland-Hess, 214-768-4741.
SMU Ring Ceremony
In light of the University's decision to cancel on-campus gatherings of more than 50 people through the end of April, the ring ceremony has been postponed. You can learn more about SMU’s response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak at https://blog.smu.edu/coronavirus-covid-19/
All questions regarding the ring need to be directed to Balfour at 1-800-BALFOUR (225-3687). Call 214-768-2586 for questions regarding the ceremony.