SupportingA gift to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is an investment in the future. It demonstrates a shared vision of the importance of engineering education and research and a confidence in NC State's ability to execute that vision wisely.
Your investments in our department not only contribute to this vision but also help ensure your NC State degree continues to grow in prominence and value.
Your support helps provide scholarships for students, and funds projects that directly benefit the department’s mission of the accumulation, generation, and dissemination of knowledge in the field of electrical and computer engineering.
Donations are tax-deductible and support the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
ECE Enhancement Fund
The ECE Enhancement Fund was created to enhance the academic and co-curricular experience of undergraduate and graduate students in the department. The purpose of the fund is to provide direct funding for projects, resources, facilities, and engagement opportunities for students and faculty. The creation of the fund helps the department achieve the following established strategic goals:
- Enhance the success of our students through educational innovation by providing high-impact educational experiences
- Enhance local and global engagement by supporting and providing opportunities and resources for student and career opportunities
- Encourage the development and continual improvement of the department’s facilities
- Serve to recruit the brightest and best undergraduate and graduate students and ensure their continuing success within the department.
Support the Department
To support the ECE Enhancement Fund and support our students, programmatic activities, and community outreach, click below.
ECE Centennial Scholarship Endowment
Dr. Daniel D. and Mrs. Katherine E. Stancil established and endowed a scholarship for the NC State Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in 2018. Named the ECE Centennial Scholarship Endowment, the fund will provide scholarship support to undergraduate students majoring in electrical or computer engineering at North Carolina State University. The scholarship will provide need-based support to one or more students for one academic year and may be renewable.
Although for the second year in a row, Money magazine identified NC State as the best value for students attending college in North Carolina, tuition and fees for in-state undergraduates for the 2018-19 academic year are estimated at $9,100. With their gift to support education at NC State, the Stancil family is a shining example of faculty making a very personal investment to ensure our students’ educational aspirations are not constrained by financial burden.
Support the Endowment
To support the ECE Centennial Scholarship Endowment and make NC State’s world-class education accessible to students regardless of their financial background, click below.
ECE MakerSpace Fund
In 2017, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering officially opened the ECE MakerSpace in Engineering Building II, consisting of two facilities – the Robert M. Kolbas MakerSpace, and the William F. Troxler MakerSpace. The two spaces serve to provide all of the resources students need to realize electronics and fabrication projects, both for Senior Design and other coursework as well as extracurricular and personal experimentation and creation.
Your support to the MakerSpace Fund helps continue our ability to purchase new machines, upgrade equipment and purchase additional supplies for the students using the Spaces.
When I heard that the department wanted to make MakerSpaces, that’s what led me to make this donation because I don’t want our students to be as frustrated as I was. ”
Support the MakerSpace
To support the ECE MakerSpace Fund, making it possible for students to bring their ideas into reality and opening up whole new possibilities for rapid prototyping, click below.
Gifts can support scholarships, fellowships, professorships, academic programs, faculty research and other initiatives that are not typically supported through state appropriations.
It is private philanthropy that empowers the department to achieve excellence in its research, teaching and public engagement mission.