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Ways to Give to Penn Engineering:

Online: You can give online to several funds supporting our school. Charge your gift to your VISA, American Express, Discover or MasterCard.

By check: Checks can be made payable to The Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania and mailed to:

Penn Engineering
Development and Alumni Relations
123 Towne Building
220 South 33rd Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6391

Please be sure to indicate, either in the Memo field of the check or on an accompanying note, how you wish to direct your gift (e.g. Engineering Annual Giving).

Planned Giving: Include Penn Engineering in your estate plans.

For Major Gifts, or giving inquiries, please contact George Hain, Vice Dean, Development and Alumni Relations at ghain@seas.upenn.edu or 215-898-6564.

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Engineering Annual Giving

Penn Engineering’s Annual Giving Fund provides immediate budgetary support for the School’s most basic and pressing needs.  These unrestricted funds give the School the flexibility to support numerous improvements and projects benefiting Engineering’s students, faculty and facilities. 


Engineering Annual Giving monies will enable the faculty and students of SEAS to continue to anticipate new directions and move forward, seeking and devising creative approaches and solutions. Please make a commitment to help us attract and retain the best and brightest students and faculty.Give now!

Recent impact of Annual Giving support:

  • The recruitment of some of the finest junior faculty in the country: Dan Gianola in Materials Science, Andreas Haeberlen in Computer and Information Science and Arjun Raj in Bioengineering.
  • New initiatives to improve the advancement of women in engineering. These student-run programs, like Penn GEMS and Society of Women in Engineering (SWE), help to recruit and retain women throughout their engineering education.
  • Support of both Penn's Electric Racing Team and the Red & Blue Racing Team. The first non-solar car, "Project Renegade" moved under its own power on May 15, 2010. And the Formula SAE car placed 15th in its competition, the team's best showing to date.
  • New equipment for the Wolf Nanofabrication Facility and the renovations of Electrical and Systems labs 212 and 216.