Electrical and Computer Engineering students contribute to the economic growth and well-being of the state, the nation and the world, and to the advancement of knowledge in their disciplines. Our students acquire skills to address both fundamental issues in electrical and computer engineering to design complex, multi-component systems, to serve as the basis for tomorrow’s technologies.
However, the cost of tuition is a financial challenge for many students, especially those from nontraditional backgrounds. Please help our students realize their educational goals by donating today. All funds given in this category will be used to provide scholarships and fellowships to support ECE students.
Leigh Ann Hartman
Assistant Dean, Development and External Relations