Official ACU Ring
The Official ACU Ring
Intricately carved on the top and sides of the ACU Official Ring, you'll find the story of our dear Christian college.
Etched on one side of the ring, the Hardin Administration and Biblical Studies buildings represent the integration of faith and learning to old and new generations. Likewise, the steps of both the Ad Building and Beauchamp Amphitheater have come to symbolize the long-standing traditions of devotionals and a cappella singing. The title of the song, "The Lord Bless You and Keep You," is engraved on the steps as a reminder of the much-loved hymn, which is sung at the conclusion of major events. Also on that side of the ring, the living flame signifies the spirit of the university intertwined with the eternal spirit of God.
On the other side, the Wildcat symbolizes a tradition of championship athletics. Below the Wildcat, the Lone Star represents the great state of Texas, along with the words in our school song, "like stars shining brightly above you."
Finally, the class year is engraved on each ring to recognize each student's unique ACU experience.
Those who successfully complete 60 hours at ACU are invited to participate in the ring tradition.