Are you looking for a way to cement your legacy in Memorial Stadium and give to Cal Athletics? Now is your opportunity to create your own personal legacy with a ceramic tile on the west wall of the concourse.
This is your chance to honor loved ones, recall memories, or share your school pride. Your tile will have a custom inscription of your choice of 15 character spaces per line, with three lines of customized text per tile. Bear Territory Legacy Wall tiles will be installed on the concourse level of California Memorial Stadium along the historic west wall, between the North Tunnel and the South Tunnel.
Each $1,000 one-time gift will be commemorated with a personalized tile. Your tile will recognize your generous donation that supports our 850+ student-athletes in all of our 29 sports programs.
After making your gift online, you will receive an email with a link to outline how you would like to inscribe your tile. Be sure to order now as tile space is limited!
Donations for tiles are tax-deductible, but may not be used toward seat donations for football and/or basketball season tickets.
Inscription is limited to 3 lines of type and 15 characters per line including commas, spaces, etc.
Acceptable inscriptions can include your first and last name or a family name. The word "family" may be used and any prefixes or suffixes (e.g., Mr., Mrs., Dr., III, Jr., Sr.); Actual Degree(s) from UC Berkeley (e.g., PH.D., M.B.A, B.A.); Majors may be listed or abbreviated to fit (e.g., Chemistry, Chem); Graduation year(s) (e.g., 1995, '95, Class of '95); Sports affiliation (e.g., W. Hockey, Men's Crew, Football); "In honor of" or "In memory of" (to pay tribute to someone special); Slogans such as "Go Bears!", "Fiat Lux", "Go Cal", "True Blue" will be accepted; Sorority and Fraternity names will be accepted.
Unacceptable inscriptions will be Greek symbols; Slogans that are not consistent with the spirit of Cal; Business Titles (e.g., CPA); Phone numbers; Email addresses; Business advertising; Web addresses; Political statements; Inappropriate language and any discriminatory remarks about race, gender or sexual orientation. The University of California, Berkeley reserves the absolute right to refuse any inscriptions they deem inappropriate or that does not meet the customary guidelines set forth.