Strengthen innovation: Give to the College of Engineering
You can help our engineers to tackle complex challenges and improve tomorrow. From creating cleaner energy to working to eliminate the organ transplant waiting list, your gift will strengthen innovation by funding world-class engineering programs and cutting-edge research. Help to fuel our vision and invest in the future−make a gift to support the College of Engineering.
How to make an impact
There are many great places to give in the College of Engineering; however, you can make the biggest impact by giving to our most important priorities.
Help students impacted by COVID-19
Your gift is important right now. You can help Carnegie Mellon students during this unprecedented time.
- Tartan Emergency Support Fund.
Build the future of the College
- The Scaife Hall Fund
Your gift to this fund will support the construction of the new building’s expanded, technology-rich labs; modern, flexible classrooms; and spaces that facilitate formal and informal collaborations. The Alan Magee Scaife Hall of Engineering will be more than double the size of the original Scaife Hall, form an engineering and maker quad with Hamerschlag and ANSYS Halls, and create a new entrance to campus that showcases the College of Engineering.
- Departmental or Program Funds
Give to a specific department or program to directly support their top priorities.
- Department of Biomedical Engineering
- Department of Chemical Engineering
- Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
- Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Department of Engineering & Public Policy
- Department of Materials Science & Engineering
- Department of Mechanical Engineering
- Information Networking Institute
- Integrated Innovation Institute
When I went to school, I received help, and now I want to help others.Nicholas Vlahakis, MechE ’74
Thank you for giving!
Gifts enable student life. From academics and research to a little fun and relaxation, giving supports students in all areas of life during their time at CMU Engineering.