Phase 5 is ON! We have a new feature to offer: REPLICA TILES.
These 4″ x 4″ miniatures of your very own brick are a wonderful keepsake; we gave them to some special Mustang supporters and they LOVED them! They make excellent gifts and may act as a paperweight or a coaster on your desk— and some alumni have told us they intend to frame them.
One or more replica tiles ordered with your Mustang Legacy Project brick cost $15 each, plus $5 shipping and handling. Orders for replicas of bricks already in the ground cost $20 plus $5 shipping and handling. (Shipping & handling is waived if you pick them up). Please note: replica tiles are shipped to us at the same time as our bricks, which means you will not receive your tile until the next phase is ready for installation.
Click here to download your Mustang Legacy Project Phase Order Form. Orders are being taken now for Phase 5, which will surround Phases 1 through 4 (Phases 1-4 are closest to the Bell Tower).
If you’d like to order a brick, please download this flyer, fill out and return to SDAF with your check.
You may also choose to email the form and pay online. Download this form (right click and choose to “save as” in a location on your hard drive), fill it out and email it to email@example.com. Then click on the “Buy Now” button below to pay your calculated total via PayPal.
If you are interested in or have questions regarding this project please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 19, 2015: Phase 4 is installed!
February 3, 2015: Phase 3 is installed. Price increase deadline is extended to March 31.
December 4, 2014: The Alumni Committee approves price increase starting in January, 2015.
September 10, 2014: Phase 3 closes.
May 2014: Phase 2 is installed
January 7, 2014: Phase 2 closes. See this page for a list of inscriptions in Phase 2. We hope to have them installed in time for the Faculty & Staff Reunion March 17.
October 8, 2013: Phase 1 bricks are installed. (See the photos below for pictures of installation. See this page for a list of inscriptions in Phase 1.)
Earl Flores, Jr. (’95) and his brother Andrew Flores (’00) cut the cement in front of the bell tower and laid the bricks in anticipation of the October 22 unveiling during our Founders Reception.