Baylor University

Campus Memorials & Tributes

CampusMemorials

The Baylor campus is uniquely beautiful, and those who love Baylor have an opportunity to add their names to its landscape through campus memorials and tributes. Whether you wish to remember a loved one, honor a special individual or celebrate a momentous event in your life, campus memorials and tributes offer you a way to leave your mark on Baylor.

There are several options available to instill your memorial or tribute on campus. Click on the link below to learn more about each one.

Bricks and Pavers


Bill and Eva Williams Bear Habitat

The live mascot program embodies the Baylor spririt, and the Bill and Eva Williams Bear Habitat exemplifies the dedication of Baylor University to its beloved mascots. Engraved bricks are located on the walkway around the habitat. Bricks are $500 each and consist of up to three lines with 13 characters per line for personalization.

Dutch Schroeder Athletic Plaza

Serving as the entrance to Baylor's baseball, softball, soccer and tennis facilities, the Dutch Schroeder Athletic Plaza displays bricks naming those who support the teams. Bricks are $500 each and consist of up to three lines with 13 characters per line for personalization.

Ed Crenshaw Student Foundation Building

Located in the heart of campus, the Ed Crenshaw Student Foundation Center is dedicated to promoting Student Foundation's mission of serving Baylor through scholarship fundraising, student recruitment and community building. The engraved granite pavers and bricks are located at the entry plaza surrounding the facility. 16" square pavers are available for $2,500 each. Bricks are $500 each and consist of up to three lines with 13 characters per line for personalization.

Lt. Jack Whetsel Jr. Basketball Practice Facility

Pay tribute to the ongoing success of the Baylor men's and women's basketball programs through pavers and bricks located on the entry way of their state-of-the-art practice facility. The Jack Whetsel Jr. Basketball Practice Facility offers two options: either 12" square pavers for $5,000 each, 12"x6" pavers for $2,500 each or Bricks for $500 each.

Sesquicentennial Walkway

In honor of Baylor's 150th year, the Sesquicentennial Walkway was established on the Burleson Quadrangle linking Folmar Pavilion at Old Main and President Burleson's statue. Paved with personally engraved bricks, the Sesquicentennial Walkway honors the university's longstanding history. Bricks are $500 each and consist of up to three lines with 13 characters per line for personalization.

Trees

Raised letter bronze plaques measuring 6" X 9" mark Burr Oak, Live Oak, Red Oak, Crepe Myrtle, Chinkapin Oak and Bradford Pear trees across campus. Plaques are available for $2,000 each and consist of five lines with 30 characters per line.

Locations: Fountain Mall, Founders Mall, McLane Student Life Center/Baylor Sciences Building Plaza, Speight Ave., Waco Hall, Bennett Auditorium, Fifth Street (in front of Morrison and Hankamer buildings) and Moody Library.

Benches

Available for $3,500, standardized metal benches with 2" X 10" raised letter bronze plaques are located at Fountain Mall, Founders Mall, McLane Student Life Center/Baylor Sciences Building Plaza, Speight Ave., Waco Hall, Bennett Auditorium, Fifth Street (in front of Morrison and Hankamer buildings) and Moody Library.

Bench plaques include three lines with 30 characters per line.

Lampposts

Lampposts adorn the Baylor campus to memorialize those who have served our country through military, government or other notable public service. There are two types of plaques available on the lampposts:

  • Standard Rectangle: 6" x 9" aluminum raised letter plaque for remembering military, government and other worthy individuals. Available for $5,000.
  • Military Shield: 6" x 9" plaque for remembering military and government individuals killed in action. Available for $5,000.

To purchase a campus memorial or tribute, contact:
Donor Relations
Office of University Development
800-229-5678 (option 4)
254-710-2561
Email Donor Relations