Heritage Plaza Brick Campaign supports Gateway Projects


July 01, 2014

Support the Gateway Projects and leave your mark on the Rivier campus - order your personalized brick paver today

Photo: Your personalized brick will be placed in Heritage Plaza, the new focal point of Rivier's campus.

The Gateway Projects are a series of landscape design enhancements that will transform Rivier, creating a distinct campus experience that reflects the University's Catholic heritage and history. A central component of the projects is the creation of the Heritage Plaza. Located in the center of campus, the plaza will include a bronze sculpture of Anne Marie Rivier, founder of the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary.  

Paving the Way  

Leave your mark on the Rivier campus—order your personalized brick paver today. 
Alumni and friends can support the Gateway Projects and leave a lasting mark on the Rivier campus by engraving a brick to be placed in the Heritage Plaza. Inscribe a brick paver with your name or a special message. You can honor a graduate, remember a loved one or special occasion, or pay tribute to someone who has made a difference in your life.

The cost of each 4” X 8” brick is $250, and your gift is 100% tax deductible and supports the Gateway Projects. Your inscription may include up to three lines of text, with 15 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation).

A limited number of brick pavers are available. Order yours now!

Complete an  order form and return with your check made payable to Rivier University to: 

        Office of University Advancement and Alumni Relations
        420 South Main Street
        Nashua, NH 03060


Founded in 1933 by the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary, Rivier University is a Catholic institution recognized for distinctive academic programs, offering many of the region’s leading programs at the undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels. With Nashua as our home and the world as our classroom, the Rivier experience ensures that students develop leadership skills as well as an awareness and appreciation of diverse cultures in New England and around the world.  

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