Brick Campaign Continues Mall Improvements


As part of Truman’s 150th anniversary celebration, alumni, students, faculty, staff and friends of the University have an opportunity to make a long-lasting contribution to the campus.

The Advancement Office is conducting a brick campaign as part of the continuing mall renovation project. The mall area between McClain Hall and the Student Union Building was completed in 2015, and the Sesquicentennial Brick Campaign picks up where that project ended.

Gifts of any size can be made online. Those donors looking to make a permanent contribution can personalize bricks or pavers for the mall area. Personalized 4”x8” bricks are available with a gift of $150, and are customizable with up to three lines of text. Personalized bricks can honor a grad year, celebrate the accomplishments of a friend or loved one, memorialize a mentor or acknowledge the contributions of a student organization. Greek letters are also available to be included on the bricks. In addition to the bricks, 8”x8” pavers are also available for $500 and can be personalized with up to six lines of text.

More information regarding the Sesquicentennial Brick Campaign can be found online at Questions regarding donations and naming opportunities can be directed to Stacy Tucker-Potter.
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