$ 3,223,119 raised 5,585 gifts
School of Engineering has raised $ 44,375 from 172 gifts!
School of Engineering
Thank you for supporting our Bronco engineers.

ARE YOU ALL IN FOR THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING? YOU can help build momentum for the causes you care most about by saving the image below and sharing it on your social media sites to show your Bronco pride! 


In the classroom, in the lab, in the community, or around the globe, Bronco engineers are learning, innovating, and serving others as they advance technology and address some of the world’s greatest challenges. Here are just a few examples of how our students are Engineering with a Mission.


Taylor Mau has made the most of her experience as an electrical engineering undergraduate, helping build SCU’s award-winning solar-powered Tiny House, traveling to Africa to help a disadvantaged community, teaming up with peers to design a renewable energy nano-grid, and so much more. 



Bioengineering Assistant Professor Emre Araci and his team of student researchers have designed a ground-breaking daily use soft contact lens with built-in sensor to detect increased intraocular pressure, a leading cause of glaucoma. 


Santa Clara University’s student Engineers Without Borders chapter provides ongoing engineering support for a tile-making cooperative in Nyange, Rwanda, empowering the community, and providing our Broncos with a life-changing experience.


In discipline-specific laboratories or interdisciplinary spaces such as the Maker Lab, Center for Nanostructures, or Mission Operations Center, students gain real world experience in innovation and entrepreneurial thinking intrinsic to Silicon Valley.


FINAL COUNTDOWN: 5000 gifts challenge for $25K
If we receive 5000 gifts before midnight, an alumna from the Class of 1989 will contribute $25K to the Santa Clara Fund.
5,000 / 5,000 Gifts
Early Riser
Congratulations to Kara H. '17 for winning the Early Riser Challenge! Kara has chosen Women's Ultimate to receive an additional $500.
111th at 11
Congratulations to Angela S, parent of a 2013 grad, for winning the 111 at 11:00 Challenge. Angela has chosen the Ignatian Center to receive an additional $500.
Picnic Basket
Congratulations to Justin O, Class of '18, for winning the Picnic Basket Challenge! Justin has chosen the Fr Coz Endowed Scholarship to receive an additional $500 in support.
Grill and Chill
Congratulations to Serena C, Class of '16 for winning the Grill and Chill Challenge! Serena has chosen the Miller Center GSBI Fund to receive an additional $500 in support.
18th for ’18
The 18th donor from the class of 2018 to make a gift between 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM Winner chooses program/unit/area to receive $500 gift
It’s 5 o’clock...somewhere
Congratulations to Jenny Y, Class of '14 for winning the It's 5 o'clock...somewhere Challenge! Jenny has chosen the Mechanical Engineering Department to receive an additional $500 in support.
Total Dollars Raised
Total dollars raised by participating group.
Rank Department Raised
1 Santa Clara Fund $134,535.51
Total Number of Gifts
Total number of gifts by participating group
Rank Department Gifts
1 Athletics 1,734
2 Santa Clara Fund 469
3 College of Arts and Sciences 390
4 Leavey School of Business 357
5 Men's Rugby 316
6 Other 271
7 Kids on Campus 262
8 Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship 212
9 Club Sports & Campus Recreation 194
10 School of Engineering 172
11 Alumni Family Scholarship Program 163
12 Fr. Coz Scholarship 142
13 Markkula Center for Applied Ethics 142
14 Ignatian Center for Jesuit Education 137
15 Center for Sustainability 123
16 LEAD Scholars Program 115
17 School of Law 83
18 Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives 76
19 Campus Ministry 67
20 Jesuit School of Theology 57
21 Catala Club 39
22 Sobrato Campus for Discovery and Innovation 38
23 OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute 33
24 University Library 32
25 Student Organizations 32
26 Northern California Innocence Project 32
27 de Saisset Museum 29
28 Education & Counseling Psychology 27
29 Katharine & George Alexander Community Law Center 25
30 Office for Multicultural Learning 11
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