Ways to Give to Penn Engineering:

Online: You can give online to several funds supporting our school.

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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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Campaign Priorities: Unrestricted Funds Goal: $16 million

The Penn Engineering Annual Giving Fund is the School's secret weapon, ensuring resources are always available to address unexpected budgetary concerns and to pursue new opportunities when they arise. These immediate, flexible, and unrestricted funds make all the difference in elevating Penn Engineering's education from the essential to the exceptional.

Year-to-year, Penn Engineering relies on alumni, parents, students, and friends to refresh and strengthen this vital asset and provide for the School's lasting security. From supporting and strengthening student projects like Senior Design, attracting and retaining award-winning faculty, or optimizing and expanding laboratory space, the Annual Giving Fund enhances every aspect of the student experience.

Give Today to Penn Engineering's Annual Giving Fund.


The Dean's Discretionary Fund provides monies above and beyond what is available in the School's annual budget. The fund enables the dean to direct discretionary dollars to essential programs and initiatives without stipulating how they should be used.

Throughout the campaign, these unrestricted funding sources will become increasingly important to sustaining our momentum long into the future.

Contact Us to make a gift to the Dean's Discretionary Fund.