Give to Mechanical Engineering

Don’t underestimate your power to make a difference!

Over the years many alumni, faculty, staff, and friends have made significant contributions that have enabled the Department of Mechanical Engineering to provide scholarships to deserving students, improve teaching and laboratory facilities, and purchase equipment vital to the ground-breaking research being conducted by our renowned faculty.

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Make an immediate contribution in the amount of your choosing to one of these top department priorities.

Mechanical Engineering Opportunity Fund

Donations to the Department’s Opportunity Fund are dispersed by the Department Head to areas needing support, including student design teams, scholarships, and laboratory equipment

Mechanical Engineering Alumni/Faculty Scholarship Endowment

Our students always need a helping hand. Your gift to the Mechanical Engineering Alumni/Faculty Scholarship Endowment will be used to recruit talented new students and support our current students. This scholarship is awarded annually to deserving ME students.

Mechanical Engineering Senior Design Practicum Endowment

Through the ME Senior Design, students gain valuable hands-on experience through class projects and application-oriented research. Each of our seniors participate in designing and building a capstone project that is part of a national senior design competition. Students also have the opportunity for research-based projects. Each project is based on a corporate model that provides students significant opportunities for leadership development and experiential learning

*NEW Education Abroad Bridge Program for New Fall 2020 Engineering Students

A unique opportunity for incoming, first-year MECH students to earn credit in Berlin, Germany.

Contact Toni-Lee Viney for details.

Program Details

Start: Fall 2020

Location: Berlin, Germany & CSU campus

3-week experience (10-12 days abroad)

Visit relevant industry sites including the BMW Motorcycle plant, Berlin Brandenburg Airport, Deutsche Bahn

Explore historic sites including Berlin Wall Memorial on Bernauer Strasse, German National Parliament, the Holocaust Memorial, Charlottenburg Palace, and the German Technical Museum

Connect with mechanical engineering professionals and students from a German university

Intensive lectures for 1 week on CSU campus prior to departure

Lecture series in global classroom while abroad in Berlin

Continued connection with faculty member post-program to complete a semester project

Student Benefits

Bridge students’ transition from high school into Mechanical Engineering

Head start on curriculum to help students stay on track for a 4-year graduation

Inspire students to connect their major to the global community

Introduce students to international education and a global workforce

Facilitate an early connection with a MECH faculty member

How you can help

student scholarships

supplement cost of program to increase accessiblity