Hayfield Pathway Endowed Scholarship

Hayfield Pathway Endowed Scholarship

Help pave the way for deserving students!

Hayfield Pathway

In October, 1999, an engraved brick walkway replaced the concrete sidewalk in front of historic Hayfield House on the campus of Penn State Wilkes-Barre. This opened a whole new source of scholarship funds to aid deserving students attend Penn State.

As part of the Hayfield Pathway Endowed Scholarship, you can have a brick engraved with your own name, or leave a lasting tribute to a Penn State graduate, a friend, or relative. The funds generated from the Hayfield Pathway Endowed Scholarship will help Penn State Wilkes-Barre students achieve their academic goals. About 70% of our students receive financial aid through grants, scholarships, work study programs, and loans. In addition to a demonstrated financial need, students who are awarded campus scholarships have proven themselves academically strong and exhibit a desire to learn and excel.

Bricks are available in 3 sizes: 4" x 8" , 8" x 8", and 20" x 24". Three lines of engraving are permitted with thirteen characters in each line (20" x 24" brick allows four lines of engraving and fourteen characters per line).

Order your brick(s) today by using the order form below.

Your tax-deductible contribution will add to the principal of the Hayfield Pathway Endowed Scholarship of Penn State Wilkes-Barre. Your donation will also be recognized by an inscription on the brick.

For more information, email klb14@psu.edu, call (570) 675-9228 or write to: Penn State Wilkes-Barre, Development Office, P.O. Box PSU, Lehman, PA 18627-0217.

View the order form.


Size: 20" by 24"
Price: $5000.00 each

 


Size: 8" by 8"
Price: $300.00 each

 

Size: 4" by 8"
Price: $125.00 each

We thank landscaper Walter Chamberlain, who designed the walkway; Green Valley Landscaping, for the installation; Signature Brick & Stone, for engraving; Ken Pollock Trucking, who donated old sidewalk removal services; and Pikes Creek Sand & Gravel, for the donation of the sand and gravel base.


note card with a drawing of Hayfield HousePurchase note cards depicting campus scenes and support the Hayfield Pathway
Endowed Scholarship fund!