Students cement connection to university

SAN MARCOS — Commemorating the 20th anniversary of Cal State San Marcos, university students are cementing their connection to campus by purchasing personalized brick pavers located in the Kellogg Library Plaza.
“This is a fun, affordable, and unique way for our nursing cohort to always be represented and remembered on campus for future generations,” said Allie Dunn, one of 40 nursing students from cohort 5 collectively purchasing a brick. “It’s an opportunity for us as students to leave a permanent mark and cement our legacy in campus history.”
Launched in early summer, the Brick Campaign provides a lasting and distinctive way for individuals or groups to support the traditions and future of the campus.
Students, as well as clubs, organizations, faculty, staff, and community members, may purchase a tax-deductible, commemorative brick to engrave with a personalized message. Funds received through the sale of the bricks will benefit the Annual Fund, supporting the university’s greatest needs.
An engraved brick costs $100 for current students, and $150 for faculty, staff, alumni or friends. In addition, all brick purchases count toward the 2010 Challenge, a dollar for dollar match provided by Turner Construction Company, collectively doubling the impact of all gifts made to the 2010 Annual Fund. To qualify for the match, purchases or donations need to be received by the end of November.
To purchase a brick, call (760) 750-4405 or visit www.csusm.edu/giving/annualfund/brick.html.

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