College of Engineering

Giving Day contributions of every size make a major difference! Support one of these projects today or give to another area that helps the College of Engineering.


Student Success: EoS Living-Learning Community 

Increase your impact! The College of Engineering Alumni Council is matching every dollar given in support of the EoS Living-Learning Community — up to $1,000! Help underserved students living on campus with your contribution toward engagement, mentorship and advising.


Nancy Philippart and Thomas McGrail Center for Global Engineering Education

The newly established Center provides engineering students with a life-changing experience in four key areas: study abroad, global research, international internships and international service learning.  The Center brings together students, faculty and international partners resulting in new global engineering leaders, as well as accelerated growth of new businesses and jobs.  With today’s contribution, a global experience for engineering students will be provided so they can become global citizens, able to navigate diverse cultures and economies around the world and develop global perspectives that lead to innovation. 



Engineering Student Success Fund

The College of Engineering prepares the next generation of professionals to create and discover solutions to multidisciplinary challenges. Our students become leaders in helping improve the quality of life in their communities through innovation, collaboration and determination. The support students in this work, the College guides them in creating education experiences within several high-impact areas: Hands on Experience, Undergraduate Research, Co-ops and Internships, and Community Engagement. Help Dean Fotouhi support student success by contributing to this fund today.


Wayne State faculty and staff can give via payroll deduction here.

EoS Living-Learning Community Match
Make a difference in the lives of underserved students residing on campus by contributing to EoS, which provides engagement, mentorship and advising. The College of Engineering Alumni Council is matching every dollar given in support of the EoS Living-Learning Community — up to $1,000!
$1,000 MATCHED
Gifts by school, college, and unit
From the Ilitch School to CLAS to the W Food Pantry. Who is leading Giving Day with the most number of gifts?
Rank Department Gifts
1 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 197
2 College of Education 112
3 Mike Ilitch School of Business 104
4 School of Medicine 96
5 College of Fine, Performing and Communication Arts 58
6 Computing & Information Technology 48
7 College of Engineering 44
8 Eugene Applebaum Pharmacy and Health Sciences 39
9 International Programs 36
10 Irvin D. Reid Honors College 35
11 School of Social Work 35
12 College of Nursing 34
13 Diversity and Inclusion 34
14 Student Emergency Fund 33
15 General Scholarship Fund 32
16 Wayne Law 30
17 Athletics 28
18 School of Information Sciences 28
19 The W Food Pantry 27
20 WSU Press 25
21 Alumni Association 24
22 HIGH Program 23
23 WDET 19
24 Institute of Gerontology 8
25 TechTown Detroit 8
26 Merrill Palmer Skillman Institute 3
27 Economic Development 3
28 Freer House 2
29 Detroit Radio Information Service 1
30 Emeritus Academy 0
31 Graduate School 0
Alumni Class Year by Decade
150 years and over 260,000 graduates later, WSU is proud of all alumni. Which decade of Warriors will prove to be the most philanthropic today?
In which decade did you graduate?
Rank Answer Gifts
1 '80s 118
2 '90s 98
3 2000s 98
4 2010s 92
5 '70s 78
6 '60s 35
7 '50s 6
Donors by Affinity
Alumni, friends, faculty and staff members, parents and students make Wayne State what it is. Which group will make the biggest impact today? Stay tuned!
What is your affiliation to WSU?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Alumni $267,671.00
2 Faculty/Staff $93,666.00
3 Friend $6,595.00
4 Parent $2,805.00
5 Student $2,721.00
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