Introduction to the Engineering Profession Ceremony

Many engineering and computer science societies' codes of ethics include statements of the professional responsibilities of their working members. The purpose of this ceremony is to remind and encourage NC State College of Engineering students to be cognizant of these responsibilities as they embark on the professional phase of their lives. In addition, we wish to celebrate the conclusion of their time on campus and wish them well in future endeavors as they represent themselves, their families, the college, and NC State itself.


All eligible College of Engineering students are encouraged to participate in the Introduction to the Profession Ceremony sponsored by the college. Students who are within 24 credits of graduation, or have recently graduated, are eligible. At the ceremony, all students will be recognized and receive a ring and certificate. Students in one of the ABET-EAC engineering degree programs will be inducted into the Order of the Engineer (OOE). Please see for details on this designation.

(Note: Admission to The Order of the Engineer for CSC students is currently under consideration by the national organization. The NC State College of Engineering wishes to acknowledge the accomplishments of all engineering and computer science majors and invite them all to the Introduction to the Profession ceremony.)

Registration for the Spring 2017 ceremony is open until March 31.

How to Participate

If you wish to participate in the College of Engineering Introduction to the Profession Ceremony, please begin registration by clicking the link below. You will need to login to OrgSync using the button "Sign in with Campus ID". After you complete your registration application, you must visit 118 Page Hall no later than 5 p.m. on Friday, March 31, to have your ring sized.

Introduction to the Engineering Profession Ceremony Registration