Student Giving

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Join your graduating class in leaving its legacy with the College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU-Boulder. As you move on to new endeavors, your participation in the Class Gift will help to maintain CU Engineering's status as a top-ranked institution with cutting edge facilities and world-renowned faculty members, maintaining the value of your degree and ensuring that future Buffs get to enjoy the incredible opportunities and experiences you were able to take advantage of during your time at CU.

Support the department or program of your choice. Our goal is to reach 30 percent participation among all members of the Class of 2012 by graduation. We suggest a gift of $20.12 to commemorate the class year, but any amount you give will support CU Engineering excellence and contribute to the class goal!

We plan to do this every year and hope you will set a high standard for others to follow.

Role of Private Funding

Thanks to donations from alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the College of Engineering and Applied Science at CU-Boulder, our college has become a top-ranked institution recognized for exemplary research and cutting-edge educational opportunities. 

Private funding helps to make possible the following student opportunities:

  • Undergraduate scholarships
  • Earn-Learn Apprenticeships
  • Graduate student fellowships
  • Educational lab equipment and upgrades
  • Senior project funding
     

Did You Know?

  • CU educates its students with the lowest annual revenue per student compared to its peer institutions
  • You can contribute to the value of your degree:  U.S. News & World Report and other groups use senior class and alumni giving as a factor in ranking universities
  • Only about 25% of the college’s overall budget is covered by tuition, and less than 5% of funding for the budget comes from the state

Student Giving: Contact Us

Thank you for helping our graduating class give back to CU-Boulder Engineering! Enjoy your final semester, and good luck in your future endeavors. For more information and to get involved with our student giving campaign, please contact Engineering Development at 303-492-7899.

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