The College of Engineering has a tradition of technical excellence and relevance in its research and instruction. And, with its interactive classrooms, extensive student club activities, undergraduate research and internship opportunities, UA Engineering is a leader in experiential learning.
Your support is an investment in our incredibly talented students, further enhancing the undergraduate academic curriculum and providing greater opportunities for meaningful educational experiences. Your gift will empower their Wildcat Journey and broaden their engineering education by providing diverse experiences in research, internships, community engagement, and multidisciplinary problem solving.
Our students and faculty are working hard to build a better tomorrow. You can make a world of difference today.
The Raclare Cordis Kanal Inclusion Excellence Fund
Raclare Cordis Kanal was the first female member of the UA chapter of Tau Beta Pi engineering honor society and the only woman in her graduating class (ME ’54). Your gift will celebrate her trailblazing legacy and support the success, inclusion and retention of women engineering students and faculty in the College of Engineering. In addition to scholarships, this endowed fund provides support for leadership and extracurricular activities.
Design, Build, Compete Clubs
Your support of student clubs will provide opportunities for Engineering Wildcats to apply STEM principles taught in the classroom to hands-on, experiential projects, empowering their success at UA and beyond. Students that participate in club activities gain valuable transferable skills that set them apart.
Dean’s Engineering Fund
Your investment in the Dean’s Engineering Fund gives the college the opportunity to continue growing, attain higher levels of academic excellence and make greater advancements in research. This fund allows the dean to quickly capitalize on strategic opportunities as they arise and provides much needed flexibility.
Forever ENGAGED Endowment
Gifts to the Forever ENGAGED Endowment are a critical investment in the ENGAGED (ENGineering Access, Greater Equity, and Diversity) program, which enhances access, attainment, connection, and professional identity for engineering students from underserved communities through partnerships, academic support, community building activities, and experiential learning. The ENGAGED program provides meaningful educational opportunities and support to empower our Engineering Wildcats to be successful in the classroom and beyond.