Invest in Their Future
Your investment in the College of Engineering will create signature learning experiences that help prepare students for industry and advanced studies through an inclusive polytechnic approach centered around collaboration, teamwork, innovation, entrepreneurship and professional integrity. The College of Engineering and its departments rely on the generosity of alumni and friends to help us sustain our standards of excellence as a learn-by-doing institution.
During this unprecedented time, we are committed more than ever to the success of our students. We invite and appreciate your support. Gifts of any size will have an immediate impact.
Dean's Excellence Fund: A gift to the Dean's Excellence Fund has a wide reaching and immediate impact on student success in the College of Engineering. Gifts to this fund provide unrestricted and flexible support for emerging needs, student assistance funds, diversity and inclusion programs, lab support and technology needs, and a broad array of enrichment programs that support innovation and signature learning experiences for engineering students.
Engineering Scholarship Fund: Gifts to the Engineering Scholarship Fund are one of the best ways to help our students. Students who benefit from your aid are able to reduce borrowing and out-of-pocket costs which lowers their financial barriers. Help empower our students to focus on and achieve their academic goals to contribute their skills to the world.
Scholarships Empower Students
|“I will have more time to focus on my studies without having to worry about finances. I am beyond thankful for this support."- Vilma E. Gonzalez, recipient of the President's Scholar. Gonzalez is pursuing her master’s degree to work as a material researcher, and plans to obtain her doctorate in the same field. She hopes to research new materials for medical products, like prosthetics and implant devices.|
|“This scholarship will allow me to take a step closer to focusing more on my studies.”- Yahia Haggag, recipient of the President's Scholar. Haggag is the first in his family to be engineering graduate. Motivated by his parents' dedication to hard work, and wanting to set an example for his younger siblings, he plans to pursue graduate degrees to work in aeronautical safety and to inspire others through teaching.|
We are grateful for your generous support to any of the College of Engineering programs below!