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Support the College of Science and Engineering

Now more than ever, our region needs well-qualified graduates in the STEM disciplines, and Seattle University is answering the call. As students recognize the exciting careers available in science, engineering, mathematics, computer science and software engineering, they are flocking to our doors. The College of Science and Engineering is the fastest growing college at Seattle University.

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About this Campaign

Support the College of Science and Engineering during Seattle U Gives!

Your gift supports

The Seattle U College of Science and Engineering is focused on providing hands-on research experiences and industry-sponsored design projects. STEM students graduate with the communication and problem-solving skills that make them competitive candidates with industry leaders and top graduate schools. Our graduates are working at leading firms such as Boeing, Microsoft, Amazon, PACCAR and Honeywell. Others go on to medical school or pursue careers in scientific research.

The impacts of your gift

Your generous gift to the College of Science and Engineering Dean’s Fund provides exciting opportunities for STEM students to explore their chosen fields in depth. When you give, our students can:

•Participate in faculty-mentored scientific inquiry in well-equipped labs

•Take an innovative idea from conception to prototype in our maker spaces and machine shops

•Design and implement humanitarian engineering projects as close as the Skagit Valley and as far away as Zambia

•Attend professional conferences where they can present their work, network with professionals and sometimes win awards