If you’re looking for a unique way to honor a special Ram fan in your life, look no further than the Foundation’s “Buy a Brick” program. For a donation of $100, you may purchase a brick and have it engraved with a message of appreciation for a Shepherd student, alumnus, faculty member, or even yourself! Ram Stadium is proud to display these engraved bricks on the north and south walls of the press box in Ram Plaza. These special tributes provide a lasting memory while supporting the Shepherd University athletic program.
Simply complete and return our engraved brick order form, or you may click on the online form button below. If ordering online, please enter the engraved information in the comments box. Engraved Bricks are limited to name, class year, and in honor/memory of.
Additional engraved name tributes through the Shepherd University Foundation include purchasing a plaque to be placed on a Ram Stadium seat, shower, or locker. More than 135 engraved name plaques have been named in honor of Shepherd alumni and friends since Don Jones, ’71, and his wife Cynthia purchased the first one – for a stadium seat – in 1999 in support of the Ram Stadium Expansion Project. Several of these 50-yard-line chair back seats continue to be available for purchase. A donation of $250 through the Shepherd University Foundation will place a name plaque on one of these premium seats with proceeds supporting the University’s athletic program. It’s a great way to support Shepherd and know that your name will be part of the university’s heritage!
Name plaques may also be placed on lockers and showers in the Kenneth J. Boone Field House. A tax-deductible gift of $500 will place your name on a locker or the name of someone you wish to honor. A gift of $1,000 will place a name plaque above a field house shower.
Simply complete and return our gift order form, or you may click on the online form button below.If ordering online, please enter the engraved information in the comments box. Engraved Opportunities are limited to name, class year, and in honor/memory of.
For assistance, please contact:Meg Peterson