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Linda Wyckoff
Alumni and Gifts
216 Roberts Hall
Tel: (406) 994-2223
E-mail: lwyckoff@coe.montana.edu



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College of Engineering and
Engineering Experiment Station

Montana State University
P.O. Box 173820
Bozeman, MT 59717-3820

Tel: (406) 994-2272
Fax: (406) 994-6665
E-mail: engrinfo@coe.montana.edu
Location: 212 Roberts

Dean and Director:
Robert Marley
> College of Engineering
Giving to the College of Engineering
Ways to Give

Give Now

  • Check – Mail a check in support of the College of Engineering

Checks should be made payable to the “Montana State University Foundation” with "COE" in the memo section or include a letter specifying your intent to support the College of Engineering and/or a specific fund. Please mail your check to:

MSU Foundation
P.O. Box 172750
Bozeman, MT  59717-2750

  • Other options – There are many options for making a charitable gift, such as giving appreciated stock, including engineering in your will or trust, or setting up a gift that pays you income while benefiting the College of Engineering.

For more information on these or other options, contact the College of Engineering's Senior Development Officer:

Linda Wyckoff
Office of the Dean
College of Engineering
216 Roberts Hall
406-994-2223
or lwyckoff@coe.montana.edu

or visit the MSU Foundation's Web site at http://www.montana.edu/wwwulf/giving.htm.

Linda Wyckoff

Types of Gifts

 
  • Current Gifts help us accomplish our short term goals.
  • Endowment Gifts fund programs in perpetuity.
  • Naming Opportunities allow you to establish endowments for honorary or memorial intentions.
  • Wills and Estates allow you to support the College through your estate rather than with current gifts.
Each type of gift helps College of Engineering students and strengthens our engineering and computer science programs. Your gift ensures that we continue to provide students with the best education possible.
 
What a gift can accomplish Critical Needs Why others give COE's Mission

COE Critical Needs 2006-2007

Below are the TOP 5 areas where your contribution will make the greatest difference.

  1. Dean's Leadership Initiative – Your gift to this discretionary fund allows the Dean to respond to imminent opportunities, changing circumstances, and unexpected needs.
  2. Endowed Chairs, Distinguished Professorships and Faculty Development – We use these funds to improve and expand our curriculum and encourage innovation in teaching. When you choose to help fill this need, you will help us attract and retain the best faculty.
  3. Computer and Equipment Funds – Your gift to computer and equipment funds will ensure that students learn to use equipment and software that match industry standards, thus preparing them to be highly productive from the outset of their careers.
  4. Diversity in Engineering – Engineering Minority Programs – You can support the College's diversity efforts by giving to this fund. The Designing Our Community program for Native Americans, which was launched by a generous gift from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and MSU's chapter of Society of Women Engineers depend upon this fund for their sustenance.
  5. Facilities – By funding facilities, you ensure that students and faculty will have physical space that facilitates multi-disciplinary learning and research.
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