Giving to the College of Engineering and Architecture

Chemical engineering undergraduate students using lab equipment

Across the nation and around the world, the College of Engineering and Architecture (CEA) alumni hold positions of critical importance and contribute to the social, economic and technological advancement of the global community. Distinguished graduates include the founder of a major computer organization, founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar construction and real estate development company, and deans and professors at prestigious schools of engineering, renowned architects and engineers, presidents of companies, and persons holding responsible positions in private industry, the non-profit sector, government and the military.

Now, more than ever, support from alumni and friends plays a vital role in our ability to produce top-level graduates who possess the ability to apply their knowledge of mathematics, science, design and engineering to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems and understand the impact of architectural and engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

Your gifts, an investment in our future, can impact an array of key areas in the college. These include scholarship/fellowship programs, student projects, undergraduate research and travel-study programs, student organizations and enrichment activities, lecture series and teaching and research laboratories in support of the college in its mission of producing outstanding graduates.

Every gift makes a difference. You may give a gift online or send a check payable to Howard University – CEA to:

Howard University
College of Engineering and Architecture
2366 Sixth Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20059

With your continued support, the College of Engineering and Architecture is committed to maintaining and enhancing our rich educational environment—physically and culturally—to extend the College’s legacy of leadership and achievement into the future.

News

Meet Karsh STEM Scholar Naomi Rankin

Wed, January, 22 2020

A native of the Southwest, Computer Science Sophomore Naomi Rankin always appreciated living in Albuquerque, New Mexico from her early years. It was in elementary school that Rankin began taking STEM classes. From this young age Rankin began to realize she was different from her peers, being the only student of color in her STEM classes. Read More >>

ASCE NCS Board Commends ASCE HU Student Chapter on Outstanding Performance

Thu, January, 16 2020

The Board of Directors of the National Capital Section (NCS) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) commended the ASCE Howard University Student Chapter (ASCE HU) for its exceptional performance this academic year. Read More >>

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