Frequently Asked Questions

Who will be recognized with an engraved brick?

Elon will honor Class of 2024 donors who set up a recurring gift of at least $10/month for 12 months or make a one-time gift of $150 will be recognized.

How do I participate?

All seniors who want to participate should make their one-time of $150 gift or set up their monthly recurring gift. The form will walk you through setting up your gift and submitting personalized lines to be engraved on a recognition brick.

Do I get to pick where the brick with my engraving goes?

Yes! If you make start a recurring brick gift early enough during your senior year, you will be invited to come out for Senior Brick Laying Day a few weeks before graduation. You will be able to pick from one of the available open slots so you always know where to find your engraving when you return to campus!

Is there a minimum gift amount that I must make to be recognized with an engraved brick?

Yes, seniors who want to participate should set up a recurring gift of at least $10/month for 12 months or make a one-time gift of $150.

Are my gifts tax-deductible?

Yes, all gifts will be tax-deductible. All gifts are made payable to Elon University, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

I already have an existing recurring gift. Will it count for as a Senior Brick gift?

Only gifts made through the senior brick giving form will be included. Please set up a new recurring gift using this form. If you wish to discuss your existing recurring gift, please contact Daniel Castillo ’21.

Where will the bricks go?

All personalized bricks will be placed Under the Oaks.

Will I own the brick that is placed in a campus walkway in my honor?

The placement of an engraved brick on campus serves as recognition of the donor’s commitment to Elon University and does not indicate donor ownership of the brick.

What can I include in the lines of personalization for the brick that will be engraved in my honor?

Most people choose to include their name and class year on the engraved bricks. Please remember that Elon reserves the right to modify the recommended language in any way it deems appropriate.

Here are a few suggestions you may want to include in your lines of personalization: name, class year, Greek letters or Elon affiliations. Derogatory language is not allowed.

Class years will be displayed in a two-digit form. For example, “John Smith, class of 2023” will appear as “John Smith ’23.”

For more information about what can be included in the engraving process, please contact Daniel Castillo ’21.

What happens if I get a new credit card or my credit card expires?

Please contact Daniel Castillo ’21 to provide your updated credit card information so that your gift can continue as planned.

Where does my gift go?

You tell us! You can make your gift go to the Senior Class Cause or you can designate your gift to the area of campus that has had the greatest impact on your Elon experience.

How can I be sure that the text engraved on the brick will be correct?

When you set up your recurring gift online, you will have the opportunity to provide text for three lines of personalization. Each line is up to 20 characters long. Please pay special attention to what you type and review it carefully before submitting to prevent errors.

I am a graduating senior at Elon. My parent or family member wants to make a gift in my honor. Is that possible?

Elon is happy to provide options for family members who want to recognize their graduating seniors! However, this opportunity is meant to highlight the commitment of seniors who receive an excellent education at Elon and choose to pay that forward by making their own gift. For this reason, seniors themselves must make a personal gift in order to receive a brick. Gifts made on behalf of seniors cannot be applied to the bricks initiative.