Be a part of John Jay’s Future – Support the Jay Walk Campaign!
With the opening of the College’s new building on 11th Avenue at 58th Street, John Jay College has an outdoor space that transforms the student experience by creating a true urban campus in the heart of Manhattan. The Jay Walk is instrumental in building a feeling of community throughout the College.
The Jay Walk, rising four stories above ground, is a 200 x 300 square foot urban campus that connects Haaren Hall to the new 13-story, state-of-the-art tower.
The Jay Walk is a perfect way to honor and remember alumni, graduating students, faculty and friends. To be part of this campaign, you can donate one of the many bricks that traverse the entire Jay Walk, or add a commemorative plaque to an outdoor bench or one of the many trees that enhance this urban campus. They are all part of the design of the College’s Jay Walk.
Commemorative Gift Options:
Inscribe a Brick Now
Inscribe a Brick Through Monthly Installments
|Standard Brick (5” x 10”):
|| Up to 14 characters in three lines of text
|Large brick (12” x 12”):
|| Up to 14 characters in six lines of text
|Tree Plaque ( 8” x 3”):
|| Up to 28 characters in four lines of text
|Stairway Stone (10” x 14”):
|| Up to 18 characters in six lines of text
|Garden Bench (11” x 16”):
|| Up to 21 characters in seven lines of text
A Commemorative Gift is a wonderful way to cement a lifelong connection to John Jay.
- Celebrate a graduation
- Observe a special occasion
- Remember a parent
- Honor a loved one
- Leave your personal mark on the College
This is a special opportunity to become a part of John Jay’s history, while contributing to the success of future John Jay College students. Please join us in the transformation of your alma mater!
As a contributor, you will become a part of a community that is creating a permanent record of commitment to John Jay College and its students. The Jay Walk serves as a home for you and your loved ones to build a strong relationship with our campus community. We urge you to secure your place in the history of John Jay.