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Pave the Way for Future Royals

Close up of engraved brick pavers

On September 17, 1969, Schenectady County Community College opened its doors to the public, welcoming students who were ready to take the next steps in their education.

Join us in marking 50 years of empowering students through education, and helping to lay the groundwork for the next 50 with your gift to our 50th Anniversary Brick Campaign: Paving the Way for Future Royals.

SUNY Schenectady is creating an area that will beautify the campus and become a serene space for students and visitors. The walkway will feature a commemorative brick pathway. Bricks engraved with the names of alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and retirees serve as a reminder of the people who are part of our history and our future.

Support Students on Their SUNY Schenectady Journey

Your participation in Paving the Way for Future Royals will help to ease financial burdens that pose obstacles to a student’s academic success, graduation, and personal growth. Contributions fund scholarships that cover the cost of books and fees, emergency loans that help alleviate temporary stresses, Food Pantry supplies, and Achieving The Dream. Support for Paving The Way for Future Royals will help students to manage challenges and put them on the path to accomplishing their goals.

Order your brick today.

Order your Brick Paver online or download a PDF of the Brick Paver order form.

Bricks can be purchased for $150 ($100 for faculty, staff, alumni, and retirees). Fee covers bricks, engraving of text, and installation. Bricks measure approximately 7 ½ x 4 inches. Your engraved brick connects you with our College and its mission. Name, class (or retirement) year, and a school or department name can be listed. Up to three lines of text, 18 characters per line can be displayed. Character count will include punctuation and spaces. All inscriptions shall be centered on the brick in capital letters. Punctuation is limited to any contemporary keyboard symbol. Spaces between words cannot be omitted to make an inscription fit within the character limit.