Invest in Their Future
By investing in the College of Engineering, you invest in the future. As one of the 50 largest engineering colleges in the nation, we award over 1,000 degrees every year. All our students are ready to solve engineering challenges through our signature, hands-on learning experience.
Our students work with the hardware, software and industry-standard practices to identify the right problems to develop the best solution. Rocketry, urban transportation and infrastructure, developing new materials to advance technology, and so much more—our students are well prepared to engineer better solutions right after graduation.
This is only possible through your continued generosity. We rely on the gifts of our alumni and friends to help sustain and increase our standards of excellence.
Gifts of any size will have an impact. Here are two avenues you can support to make an impact today.
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
Meet two out of hundreds of students who benefit from scholarships made possible by donors like you.
|“When I took my first manufacturing class and got my hands dirty in the foundry, I felt that the engineer and innovator in me was truly in the making.” – Arya Praful Joshi, engineering student|
Arya Joshi’s research in the Cal Poly Pomona Hatchery focuses on using piezoelectric materials for vehicle power generation and studying potential biofuel technologies through rapid-growth plants. Above all, Joshi's dedicated to "serve others, fight global threats and boost human progress."
|“Graduating with a degree in mechanical engineering would make my father so proud.” – Kylie Tulley, engineering student|
As the youngest member of the Baja SAE 2021 vehicle design team, first-generation student Kylie Tulley learned from her late father "more than just cars; he nurtured my work ethic and fostered my self-reliance. Tulley is dedicated to helping other students succeed by being a campus voice to "spread awareness on resources for mental health, engineering career development and topics that really matter.”
We are grateful for your generous support to any of the College of Engineering programs below!