Sustained support from generous donors and friends like you ensures that College of Science & Engineering students will continue to receive the quality education that best prepares them for a meaningful career.
Current and future students benefit from all gifts that we receive from alumni, parents, faculty, staff, students, and friends. In addition to helping us control costs, gifts enhance our efforts to achieve our goals which include:
- Increasing the number and value of student scholarships
- Attracting the best and brightest students
- Recruiting the retaining top-ranked faculty
- Establishing distinguished professorships
- Developing and strengthening academic programs
- Purchasing advanced equipment
- Improving academic and research facilities
Support the College
Generous support from alumni and friends helps provide educational opportunities for the next class of students.
Whether it's through gifts for specific giving societies, or donations that fund scholarships, equipment or other areas, there are many areas and ways in which you can support College of Science and Engineering students, faculty, and programs.
Ways to Give
Established in 1989 by William Myron and Hazel Georgia of Harrison, Mich. for students pursuing industrial and engineering technology or mechanical engineering.
The applicant must be enrolled in the College of Science and Engineering and majoring in Construction Management, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Industrial Technology Management: Computer-Aided Product Design, Industrial Technology Management: Manufacturing, or Mechanical Engineering with a GPA of at least 3.0. An application form and resume should be submitted to the School of Engineering and Technology office. An unofficial transcript must also be received by this date.
Established in 1995 by Frank Irgang, CMU '50, and Virginia Irgang for Michigan resident, junior and senior students majoring in industrial engineering and technology. The scholarship is based on full-time enrollment.
Any junior or senior, who is a resident of Michigan with a signed E&T major, may apply. Each applicant should have a good academic standing with involvement in service activities in the School of Engineering & Technology and CMU. Application should be submitted to the E&T office. An unofficial transcript and resume must also be received by this date.
Established through the estate of John B. Slater, former professor emeritus, Department of Industrial Engineering and Technology, for a School of Engineering and Technology junior or senior student.
Any junior or senior, with a signed authorization for a major offered by the School of Engineering & Technology, who has a GPA of 3.0 or better, may apply. An application form and resume must be submitted to the E&T office. An unofficial transcript must also be received by this date.
Established in 1985 by Jo Stephenson and David Schock in honor of Jo's parents, Betty and Jack Stephenson, for a student pursuing an engineering technology curriculum.
Any junior or senior, with a signed authorization for an Engineering and Engineering Technology major offered by the School of Engineering & Technology, who has a GPA of 3.0 or better, may apply. An application form and resume should be submitted to the E&T office. An unofficial transcript must also be received by this date.
Established in 2009 by American Mitsuba Corporation and its affiliate CME, LLC. Preference will be given to qualified CME and related company associates and their immediate family members.
Must have a signed authorization for a Mechanical, Electrical, or Computer Engineering major offered by the School of Engineering & Technology, who has a GPA of 3.0 or better may apply.
Recipient must be a junior or senior with a signed engineering major. Recipient must have a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale in their engineering classes. Recipient must have demonstrated financial need. Applicants must also write an essay discussing how he/she supports underrepresented groups in Engineering discipline.
Established in 2005 by The Christman Company. Preference will be given to incoming freshmen who have had 3 years of high school math.
Available to students pursuing a major in construction management from the School of Engineering and Technology. Must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is processed through the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.