Join SMU’s Second Century Celebration: Commemorate the Centennial

4898683.jpg At its inaugural Founders’ Day event April 15, SMU launched its multi-year Second Century Celebration, commemorating the centennial of the University’s founding in 1911 and its opening in 1915. During this unique moment in the University’s history, families can commemorate their time at SMU in special ways:

Paved with Pride: Honor your student with an etched paver on the Centennial Promenade.

Centennial Picture Book: Reserve your copy of SMU: Unbridled Vision. This picture book showcases the majestic beauty of the SMU campus in more than 160 pages of dramatic contemporary photography. The first book of its kind in more than 25 years, SMU: Unbridled Vision arrives September 2011 as we celebrate the centennial of SMU’s founding.

Centennial Ring: The SMU Centennial Ring is the tangible and recognizable symbol of pride in SMU and its history, and a link with classmates, friends and alumni. The inside of each ring will be marked with a special Centennial engraving.

• Learn more about The Second Century Campaign.
• Read about Founders’ Day Weekend and watch a video from SMU News.

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