Where ingenious solutions improve daily life and a better future is conceived
At the College of Engineering, teaching is tied to real world challenges, voices are diverse and students graduate ready to join a global workforce. Nearly every undergraduate student participates in one or more internships, a senior design project or research. It’s no wonder our programs stand among the best in the nation.
Every device and system that improves our lives came from engineers. When you support the College of Engineering, you advocate for clean water, healthy bodies, efficient traffic systems and space discoveries. Through the College of Engineering, you can support some of the nation’s brightest students and faculty in finding real solutions to pressing problems and help shape the engineers of tomorrow.
“Your support to the College of Engineering will provide a learning environment beyond compare. You will help our students access education, gain leadership and practical skills, and connect with professionals.”
– Dean David Hahn
Design Day is a cornerstone of the College of Engineering experience. Teams of senior students collaborate on interdisciplinary, industry-sponsored projects, designing, building, and testing tools and technologies. Design Day challenges students to think boldly and creatively as they work their whole year to make their capstone project come alive.
SOME OF OUR TOP PRIORITIES
Dean's Annual Fund
Unrestricted support is critical to support growth, make greater advancements in research, and quickly move new technologies to the marketplace.
Student Club Support
Your gift in support of our student clubs and educational programs like the Senior Engineering Design Program and Engineering 102 High School preserve essential student success factors.
Summer Engineering Academy
Help promising high school students discover the UA’s 15 engineering majors and find out what it means to work in various fields. This program allows students to delve into specific engineering majors and make connections with mentors and peers.
Support the College of Engineering's commitment to offering the best possible scholarship program. About 350 students in the College of Engineering receive at least one merit- or need-based scholarship every year, and many more could benefit from help.