Order of the Engineer and The Pledge of the Computing Professional
Be part of a Fulton Schools engineering tradition.
“Virtual” Professional Ethics Engineering Induction Ceremony
The Order of the Engineer and Pledge of the Computing Professional are rite-of-passage ceremonies for students graduating in engineering and computing science programs. The ceremony is intended to promote and recognize the ethical and moral behavior in graduates as they transition from being a student to a working professional.
Because of the COVID-19 issue we are now holding a virtual ceremonies: one for the Order of the Engineer inductees and one for the Pledge of the Computing Professional Inductees. Graduating seniors, alumni and faculty of ABET-accredited programs are invited to participate in the induction ceremony. See the FAQs for more details.
Order of the Engineer
The Order of the Engineer is a commitment to uphold the Oath in engineering practice. The Order consists of individuals seeking to uphold the integrity, honesty and values all engineers should possess to better society. It is a lifelong commitment that begins with this Ring Ceremony. The ring is a symbol of the commitment to the Oath and is worn on the small finger of the working hand. ASU undergraduate students that will be graduating in an ABET accredited program are invited to attend, along with faculty & alumni who have never taken the oath.
Get more information on the Order of the Engineer.
Pledge of the Computing Professional
The Pledge of the Computing Professional is an organization to promote the notion of computing as a recognized profession at the time of graduation for students in Computing Science and related programs. The Pledge is modeled after the Order of the Engineer – a long-standing rite-of-passage for graduates from engineering programs. The Pledge of the Computing Professional is solely 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.
Get more information on the Pledge of the Computing Professional.
Frequently asked registration questions
- What is the dress code?
Whatever is comfortable and appropriate, it’s virtual!
- May I take photographs?
When the ceremony is complete we encourage you to take photos and post them on social media using the hashtag #FSEIntegrity
- What if I already registered?
If you already registered, you will be contacted by email for your mailing address to received your certificate and ring or pin. You may be proactive and send us your mailing address to email@example.com.
- Why does the event cost $20?
All inductees receive in the mail a certificate of acknowledgement into the society and either an Order of the Engineering ring or a Pledge of the Computing Professional Honor pin. The $20 goes to offset all of these costs.
- What if I register and then am unable to attend?
In order to be inducted you must attend the Zoom presentation and take the obligation pledge during the virtual ceremony.
- Can I invite guests to the Engineering Induction ceremony?
Yes, any interested individuals may view the presentation while you are participating.
- How will the virtual meeting be conducted?
The virtual ceremony will be completed using Zoom videoconferencing. All students should have access to the Zoom conferencing capabilities and can typically participate using a desktop, laptop, iPad or telephone. After you register, you will receive a confirmation and additional email communications that will provide the link to attend the meeting on April 29.
- How will I receive my certificate and ring or pin?
Approximately one week prior to the ceremony you will receive your ring or pin, certificate and additional instructions via the US Postal Service. Update: because engineering staff members are unable to access our physical work spaces, we will be unable to mail your certificate and pin/ring prior to the ceremony. As soon as we are able to go back to our office locations these items will be promptly mailed to your mailing address on file.
- Who can I contact for additional questions or information?
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Tell me more about the Order of the Engineer and The Pledge of the Computing Professional.
- What if my ring does not fit?
During our time away from campus, we can exchange rings via the US mail. Once on campus activity is allowed again, you may exchange your ring for a different size at the Brickyard Engineering building by going to the 6th floor Academic and Student Affairs office.
Spring 2020 Virtual Ceremonies
All Eligible Students
April 29, 2020
Order of the Engineer
The Pledge of the Computing Professional
New Registration Deadline: April 19th