Sortase A (SrtA) is an enzyme obtained from Staphylococcus aureus that catalyzes site-specific transpeptidation of surface proteins to the bacterial cell membrane. SrtA recognizes an LPXTG amino acid motif and cleaves between the Thr and Gly to form a thioester-linked acyl-enzyme intermediate. The intermediate is resolved in the presence of a nucleophilic N-terminal polyglycine resulting in ligation of the acyl donor to the polyglycine acceptor. Here we describe the application of SrtA as a tool for the cyclization of disulfide-rich peptides. Reactions are typically tailored to each disulfide-rich peptide with optimal conditions producing yields of 40-50% cyclized peptide.