WCSU Met & Married Program
Are you and your spouse WCSU alumni? If so, you are WCSU Sweethearts.
Western has more than 900 Met & Married couples. To ensure we have you on our WCSU Sweethearts mailing list, update your information online, e-mail us at email@example.com or call the Alumni Office at (203) 837-8298. Special events are planned annually with WCSU Sweethearts in mind. Visit the alumni calendar often for a full list of upcoming events planned for WCSU alumni and friends.
The WCSU Sweethearts program, created in 2007, has reached an important milestone. To date, more than 60 sweetheart bricks have been purchased and dedicated in the WestConn Sweethearts area on the university’s Midtown campus. In spring 2012, this special area was officially dedicated with a granite marker and cast bronze plaque to honor our Met & Married alumni.
We know your connection to Western is strong. As a WCSU Sweetheart, not only did you receive a great education here, but this also is the place where you met the love of your life. Now you can commemorate both of these important milestones in a unique and memorable way by personalizing a brick engraved with your names and wedding date –– a purchase that affirms the flourishing relationship between you and your spouse and highlights your place on the timeline of your alma mater.
With your support, the WCSU Sweethearts area will continue to flourish into a garden filled with plantings that will accent the items dedicated there. Please consider supporting this area by purchasing a commemorative brick or making a contribution so we can ensure this area continues to thrive.
For more information about this tax-deductible program, call the Alumni Relations office at (203) 837-8298. To place your order, complete the WCSU Sweethearts order form, and return it with your payment to the:
WCSU Alumni Office
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810
You may also order a brick, a tree, a bench or a lamp post online. We hope you will join the many other WCSU Sweethearts who have honored their relationships by dedicating a brick in this area.