Graduates obtaining a B.Sc. in Engineering from the University of Alberta attending a Ceremony:
In Edmonton, this group would sign up at a specified time coordinated through the Dean’s Office in ETLC. Undergraduates do not get a separate confirmation of attendance from Camp 6 – once you sign up at the U of A, this is your confirmation to attend. If there is an issue with your eligibility to attend you will be contacted directly by the Dean’s office. Eligible graduating students must attend a ring sizing session on campus prior to the ceremony to sign their certificate and receive ceremony information. More details are available on the FAQ section of this website.
Graduates obtaining a MSc or PhD in Engineering:
Students in this category are considered Practicing Engineers and must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Completion of a Bachelor Degree in Engineering at a Canadian University accredited by the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB); or
- Completion of a post-graduate degree in Engineering at a Canadian University and having received registration as an E.I.T. in a Provincial Association; or
- Failing 1) or 2), having met the academic requirements for registration as an E.I.T./ P.Eng. or Provisional Licensee in a Provincial Association; and
- In addition to the above, the Candidate must be deemed worthy by the Camp performing the ritual.
Practicing Engineers who meet the above requirements can fill out the form below.
For general inquiries about the Iron Ring ceremony and to request an application to participate in a future iron ring ceremony, please contact the Camp Secretary, Susan Ancel, P.Eng., at email@example.com, using the form.
Information about the history of the Iron Ring ceremony is available at the Main Corporation of the Seven Wardens Website www.ironring.ca.