Virtual Pledge to Professionalism Ceremony Registration and Fee Payment, 10:00AM EST

The zoom link will be sent shortly before the ceremony via email. **Please note that your packet may not be shipped to you before the ceremony based on shipping delays. You can still participate in the ceremony if your packet hasn't arrived to you yet.
SKU: 09-8-0-07715-4717
Fields with asterisk are required.

Preferred first name will be used on all documents including your certificate.

Double majors, select only one major.

Engineering students- see email for instructions on ring sizing.

Computer Science students- please select N/A as ring size.

Enter your complete mailing address as it appears on a letter or package.
We are happy to send packages internationally, but unfortunately there is no
guarantee that they will arrive in time for the ceremony.
We have been told that shipping internationally by USPS is particularly
unreliable at the moment.


Graduating seniors may participate in the Pledge to Professionalism ceremony, a rite of passage event that affirms their commitment to the professions they are about to join.

Order of the Engineer
The Order of the Engineer is intended to foster a spirit of pride and responsibility in the engineering profession, to bridge the gap between training and experience, and to present to the public a visible symbol identifying the engineer. Each graduating computer engineer who has recited the Obligation is given a stainless steel ring (traditionally worn on the pinkie finger) that exemplifies the profession's values.

Pledge of the Computing Professional
The Pledge of the Computing Professional is intended to promote and recognize the ethical and moral behavior of graduates of computing-related degree programs as they transition to careers of service to society.  Each graduating computer scientist who has recited the Pledge receives a brass lapel pin that spells 'HONOR' in ASCII code.