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Remember how you felt the first time you saw how engineering could improve lives? Or maybe it was a smaller moment, when your team’s prototype wowed your classmates. How would it feel to open the world of engineering to future students?

As alumni, you can help bring more students to the field you love, by giving to the College. No matter the size of the donation, you can make an impact. An impact felt by Aldo Amenta. After a neck injury he sustained on November 2015, Aldo was able to return school, pay his medical bills and tuition. He is now a senior and dreams of graduating to become an electrical engineer.


Many ways to give

Want to directly support the next generation of engineering leaders? An annual gift supports:

  • Student scholarships
  • National student competitions
  • Technology upgrades
  • Guest lecture series
  • Faculty development
  • Start-up research initiatives

Other ways to give are Endowed Gifts and Planned Giving.

Industry Partners

Interested in a private industry-academic partnership? Learn more

Alumni Relations

More than 11,000 College of Engineering and Computing students and alumni are impacting the world. They are alleviating energy poverty, they are solar decathletes, National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows, business owners, professors and even inaugural poets. We appreciate the many alumni who stay connected with the college, donating their time and resources to make a difference in the lives of our students.

We invite you to remain an active member of the FIU College of Engineering & Computing family.


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John “Jack” Allen

Advancement Resource Liaison

Office: EC 2474
Phone: 305.348.9947

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Paul A. Metcalf, Ph.D.

Chief Advancement Officer

Phone: 305-348-6298

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Gretchen Sauerman

Senior Director of Development

Office: EC 2474