The Spring 2019 Iron Ring Ceremony will be held on Saturday, March 16th at 2pm.
Registration for this ceremony will open January 31st.
The Iron Ring is given to all engineering graduates in Canada as part of The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer, sometimes referred to as the Iron Ring Ceremony. The ring is a symbol and reminder to graduates of their ethical obligations as practicing engineers.
The Society partners with Iron Ring Camp 23 to host Iron Ring ceremonies at the University of Victoria twice a year, March and November.
Information about upcoming Iron Ring Ceremony
If you are hoping to participate in the upcoming Iron Ring ceremony, please follow the appropriate link below:
- If you are UVic Engineering student or graduate, click here.
- If you are an EGBC registered PEng, EIT, or hold a Canadian engineering degree, click here.
If neither of those conditions applies to you, you can explain your situation to Camp 23 by contacting Colin Smith or Liam Butters.
- Colin Smith: colinsmith.ca at gmail.com
- Liam Butters: liam.butters at gmail.com
Please keep in mind that Camp 23 reserves the right to define eligibility criteria for Camp 23 Iron Ring Ceremonies. At any time during the registration period (February for a spring ceremony, October for a fall ceremony), Camp 23 may halt registration without notice due to the ceremony having reached maximum capacity.