Engineering

The College of Engineering is currently one of the fastest growing colleges on the SIU campus and includes five departments – (1) civil and environmental engineering, (2) computer and electrical engineering, (3) engineering technology, (4) mechanical engineering and energy processes, and (5) mining and mineral resources engineering.

The college seeks to build relationships that enhance our ability to further our mission.  Programs in our college provide students with extensive knowledge in engineering and technology.  We have high academic standards — our teaching labs are equipped with state-of-the-art instruments and equipment and our faculty members are engaged in cutting-edge research and innovation.

Furthermore, the undergraduate degree in electrical engineering technology is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET.  Also, the undergraduate degree program in industrial technology is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering.

We strive to prepare our students for career success in each of the aforementioned fields by providing internship and other opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience.  The funds listed below support a diverse range of students who aspire to attain their educational goals and proceed on to prosper in the engineering field.  We need your assistance to continue to make this possible.  Your support is essential in our quest to maintain high academic standards.

FUNDS TO SUPPORT

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College of Engineering Scholarship Fund

Supports scholarships for deserving undergraduate students in the College of Engineering
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College of Engineering Design Team Programs Fund

Supports undergraduate student design team projects in the College of Engineering
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College of Engineering Development Fund

Supports a wide range of activities within the College of Engineering
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Success in Engineering through Excellence and Diversity (SEED) Fund

To financially support undergraduate student-related activities associated with underrepresented student populations in the College of Engineering