Would you like to help the College continue to provide world-class engineering education and relevant, cutting-edge research? Here are some giving options:
Annual Giving: Annual gifts to the College are generally for an unrestricted purpose. Gifts of more than $1,000 qualify for membership in the Dean’s Circle. Annual gifts from alumni are measured as “participation rate” and directly affect national rankings.
Endowment: An endowment is a fund held in perpetuity that benefits a specific purpose. Most endowments held by the Engineering Foundation are either for scholarships or endowed faculty positions.
Planned Giving: Planned gifts can be as simple as a bequest (including us in your estate plans). Other options include trust vehicles and annuities, which have the potential to provide an income stream and significant tax benefits.
Capital Gifts: These gifts go toward “bricks and mortar” projects. Donors are given “naming opportunities.” Opportunities include the planned Engineering Oval building and other engineering buildings on Centennial Campus.
In-Kind Gifts: These are gifts of goods or services to the College at a discount or no cost.
Special Gifts: These gifts are directed to unique projects, centers or initiatives as directed and approved by the dean of engineering.
For more information, please contact
Griffin Lamb at 919.515.7458. The Federal Tax Identification Number for the Foundation is 56-6046987.