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Make a Gift
There are several options for philanthropy that directly affect students, faculty and staff in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. More information is below, but please contact us if you have questions.
If you have equipment or software you would like to donate to the School, please contact Tina Batten in EECS Corporate Relations. We will look for a faculty that may be interested in your gift, and also help file the proper forms so you can receive a tax receipt.
Scholarships provide essential support for many our students. Through the generous support of our donors, these scholarships allow us to attract some of the best and brightest students from Oregon and around the world. Help us to continue to provide funding for these brilliant minds.
To find out more information on giving opportunities for the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, contact Marlys Amundson. And click here to visit the OSU Foundation website for a video message from OSU President Ed Ray.
Funding endowed chairs is crucial to our success. These opportunities enable us to recruit and retain top faculty by honoring them with an endowed chair. Endowments typically carry the donors name with it, so it also offers the donor tremendous visibility. If you are thinking about this option and would like more details, please contact Marlys Amundson.
Other ways to help
The Oregon State University Foundation offers more ways for donor involvement. If you are thinking of making a gift or need help identifying the right program, please contact Marlys Amundson or visit their website.