11/08/2012 08:47 AM
BATON ROUGE – The LSU Division of Student Life & Enrollment, in partnership with LSU
Finance & Administrative Services and the LSU Alumni Association, are proud to present
the official LSU Ring to LSU students on Nov. 11.
On Sunday, Nov. 11, the LSU Ring Ceremony will take place in the Bo Campbell Auditorium
at 2 p.m. and is open to those receiving rings and their guests.
In 1998, LSU established an LSU Ring tradition committee composed of student leaders
and alumni. The committee established a ceremony, ring qualification standards and
suggested a few modifications to the ring design. Now 14 years later, LSU is adding
new elements to the experience of the LSU Ring.
Enhancements to the LSU Ring Tradition include each LSU Ring spending a night in the
Habitat of Mike the Tiger before making their way to the Bo Campbell Auditorium in
the Cox Communications Academic Center for presentation to LSU students. Chad Sabadie,
2003 LSU graduate and sports anchor for WVUE in New Orleans, will address recipients
and serve as emcee for the event. Mike the Tiger will present each student his or
Each ring is meticulously handcrafted and represents the uniqueness of LSU and serves
as a lasting symbol of our proud traditions and values. The LSU Rings are manufactured
LSU Student Life & Enrollment focuses on creating an environment that fosters student
success. Their mission is to recruit, admit, engage, retain and graduate a diverse
student population for success at LSU and beyond. Student Life & Enrollment enhances
learning by fostering critical thinking and ethical responsibility to create a university
experience that transforms lives. For more information on Student Life & Enrollment,
For more information, contact Emily Hester, assistant to the vice chancellor for Student Life & Enrollment, at 225-578-1586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted on Thursday, November 8, 2012