Legacy Walkway

What is the Legacy Walkway?
The Legacy Walkway is comprised of inscribed Legacy Bricks permanently installed throughout the Tuskegee University historic district, beginning with an inaugural section that will run parallel to historic White Hall in the center of the historic district. Once completed, this section will connect with an expansive network of interlocking brick pathways surrounding the historic district. The permanent installation of this walkway is designed to be an effective means to recognize in perpetuity, alumni, friends and organizations that have contributed to Tuskegee University.

What is a Legacy Brick?

In recognition of contributions of $250 or more, the University will permanently install an engraved brick in its Legacy Walkway bearing the name of the donor or the donor’s honored designee (e.g., a family member, friend). Imagine – for years to come, you will have the pleasure of visiting the campus and viewing this enduring testament to your support for Tuskegee. Thus, an inscribed Legacy Brick is an ideal way to support Tuskegee and honor family and friends for years to come.

Brick engraving options
Bricks can be engraved with a maximum of 60 characters, not to exceed 20 characters per line (including spaces and punctuation) with a maximum of three lines. Below are a few examples:

For My Mother
Bea Williams
Love Always
Tom Joyner
Class of 1970
Tuskegee University
In Memory of
Charles G. Gomillion
In Honor of
Robert Townsend
Friend of Tuskegee
Charlene Smith
and Family
Miami, FL
Brian Taylor ‘03
Love Mom and Dad

Contact us  

Tuskegee University
Office of Development
P.O. Box 1304
Tuskegee Institute, AL 36088

Email: contributions@mytu.tuskegee.edu

Phone: 1-800-831-8812
Fax: 1-334-724-4413