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Ring Design

For women, there are three design options with a metal or stone top traditional ring or a signet ring, and men have two design options. All rings have a large K with "State" over it. The bottom of each design includes an inset, which can be a diamond, cubic zirconia or synthetic amethyst. Insets are 3 pt. for the men's rings and 1 pt. for the women's.

Rings are available in three versions: women's, men's large and men's extra large.

The extra large men's ring is larger overall, and is not related to finger size. The finger size is required for all purchases.

The rings also are available in (natural or antique finish) 10, 14, and 18 karat yellow gold or 10 and 14 karat white gold.

Questions?
Megan Jurgensmeier '11
Associate director of membership
MJurgensmeier@K-State.com
785-532-5067
800-600-ALUM (2586)


Metal top with diamond inset. An amethyst or cubic zirconia inset also is available. The metal top also features olive leaves — a symbol of friendship. (Please click the image for an enlarged view.)

Purple stone top with diamond inset. An amethyst or cubic zirconia inset also is available. (Please click the image for an enlarged view.)

This side is common to each K-State Ring. It features the university seal, sunflowers (the state flower) and the bell of Bluemont College (precursor to K-State). This side displays your year of graduation. (Please click the image for an enlarged view.)

The Anderson Hall side is specific to students graduating from the main Manhattan campus. It also features Cottonwood trees (the state tree) and the Powercat. This side displays your degree. (Please click the image for an enlarged view.)

The Technology and Aviation side is specific to students graduating from the Salina campus. It features the technology symbol, a hangar and airplane with the Powercat. This side displays your degree. (Please click the image for an enlarged view.)

The Veterinary Medicine side is specific to students graduating from the College of Veterinary Medicine campus in Manhattan. It features the Aesculapian symbol with the Powercat. This side displays your degree. (Please click the image for an enlarged view.)

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