The Rivier University Gateways Projects have transformed the Rivier campus, highlighting our Catholic heritage and history in vibrant ways and enhancing our sacred spaces.
The projects, starting with a vision in 2013 and completed during the summer of 2015, included the creation of granite gateways at the campus entrances, renovation of Resurrection Chapel, creation of the Chapel Quad, enhancements to the exterior of Madeleine Hall, dedication of the Sharon McOsker Tamposi Alumni Legacy Garden, and the creation of Heritage Plaza and installation of the sculpture of Blessed Anne Marie Rivier (the University’s namesake).
Take a tour of the completed projects by viewing our aerial video.
View the Photo Gallery of the completed Gateway Projects.
The University sincerely thanks the alumni and friends who have generously contributed to the Gateway Projects. Their support is recognized on a plaque located at Heritage Plaza, as well as on plaques at individual Gateway Project locations. A walkway of brick pavers sponsored by alumni, faculty, staff, and friends was installed at Heritage Plaza.