Video: Class rings are a tradition
that unites the Norwich community © July 13, 2012, Norwich University Office of Communications

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Class rings have helped alums carry memories of their experience at the country’s oldest private military college since the 1920s.

More than a simple memento, the Norwich University Class Ring symbolizes the steps cadets and civilian students go through on their way to becoming leaders. Rings are designed by a committee of students, and the wearer must meet strict guidelines before he or she is allowed to purchase one. Rings are presented at a ceremony toward the end of junior year; one of the milestones of a Norwich education.