B-CU launches second phase of brick campaign

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The deadline is Feb. 14, 2020 to participate in the second phase of the Pave the Way for Education Brick Campaign.

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Bethune-Cookman University (BCU), in partnership with its national alumni association, announced the start of a brick campaign in spring 2019 to support institutional scholarships for students in need. 

The first phase of the Pave the Way for Education Brick Campaign raised $80,172 and was unveiled on Oct. 25, 2019 during the university’s homecoming weekend. 

The second phase of the campaign is led by a committee comprised of Garrie Harris, Wanda Devoe, La-Vaughn Graham Starks and Latiffany Owens.

Phase two of the campaign has a goal of raising $50,000 by Feb.14, 2020, to continue supporting the sustainability of the university, assisting in need-based scholarships, and extending the beautification of B-CU’s campus. 

To purchase a brick for Phase II in honor of a loved one, current student, graduate, and/or affiliation, visit the website at thewildcatden.net/brick. 

In order to secure a space, payment must be paid in full by Friday, Feb. 14. 

For more information, review the website or contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at alumni@cookman.edu or 386481-2928.

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