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Centennial Brick Program Paves a Place of Memories

Members of the Arkansas Tech community have the opportunity to pave a place of memories in Centennial Plaza with the Centennial Brick Program.

The Centennial Brick Program began as a way for Arkansas Tech alumni and friends to display a permanent tribute of their support for the university.  To date, more than 300 bricks have been installed at the plaza.

The Centennial Plaza is located between Thone Stadium and Williamson Hall, and it serves as a tailgating area for Tech fans before home football games.

As a special part of Tech history, bricks may be engraved with your name, given as a gift in memory or honor of a loved one, or to commemorate a special event such as a graduation, a birthday or an anniversary.

The bricks may be purchased for $100 each, and each brick can be personalized with three lines of text and up to 15 characters per line. Replica bricks are also available for those who purchase bricks. They are an additional $50.

Proceeds from the Centennial Brick Program are contributed to Tech’s greatest need.

Those interested in learning more about the program can click here and then select the “Buy Your Brick Button” for additional information about the program.

Orders must be made by December to have the brick engraved and installed before Spring commencement.

Anyone interested may also call Christi Brown in the Development Office at 479-968-0400, 1-888-275-8321 or email