Leave your Legacy
What do you want to accomplish with your money that would be meaningful to you? When asked this question, generous engineering alumni often reflect on their desire to help students succeed, promote industry leadership, have an impact on innovative research, or leave a legacy for their family or a loved one.
As a Utah State University alum, my years as a student can be summed up with one word: formative. It was a period of impactful decisions, learning and leadership. And for so many engineering students, the handful of years they spend on campus are formative for the rest of their lives, regardless of their career. You can have a direct impact on these critical years through the establishment of scholarships and strategic support of college priorities.
I serve as the College of Engineering’s new development representative. Reconnecting with alumni and friends is a top priority. Hearing your stories and watching so many alumni act on their passion for the benefit of a future generation is inspiring.
Our development office would love to speak with you about your ideas for engagement with the College of Engineering and Utah State University. We are here to help you accomplish your philanthropic goals and provide gratifying gift and engagement experiences. Please contact us about your vision and let us help ensure your gift is awardable, impactful and provides meaningful return on your philanthropic investment. Go, Aggies!
Reasons to Give
Your gift will have a significant impact in the lives of our students. Here's what they're saying about how scholarship funding improved their College of Engineering experience.
I am grateful for the scholarship I received because it has given me the opportunity to devote more time to my studies and getting involved in the College of Engineering. I’m so grateful for the opportunities I’ve had here at Utah State and this scholarship that has made it possible for me to attend.
- Katelyn Parkinson
Seeley Hinckley Scholarship
This scholarship has helped me be at ease with my financial situation. Both my wife and I are studying at Utah State and we can only work part-time. We are so grateful to have received this scholarship because it will help me pay for my education while money is tight. This way I can support the family I dream of having in the future.
- Logan Voigt
Diann and David Sant
Juggling 15+ credits along with homework, clubs, research, and everything else expected to make us marketable to future employers can be overwhelming, especially when considering how to pay for it all. I am very grateful for this scholarship for helping to ease the load of paying for my education so I can focus more time on succeeding in my classes and developing other skills necessary to be an engineer.
- Becky Black
Rocky Mountain Power Scholarship