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Give to the School

The following initiatives represent our effort to establish the private funding needs of our school. We hope that you will work with us to make School of Engineering and Computer Science an even better place for our students and an increasingly valuable educational resource for students.

Scholarships and Fellowships
Scholarships are a wonderful way to support students directly at the School of Engineering and Computer Science. By giving students the gift of a college education you enable them to pursue positions at high profile corporations and engineering firms. Another way to support students is through research fellowships. These fellowships support graduate student research on timely engineering problems. Students work with faculty to create dynamic and innovative solutions to everyday problems within our environment and our community.

Naming Opportunities  
The School of Engineering and Computer Science is fortunate enough to have the John T. Chambers Technology Center as its flagship building. A LEED silver building, The Chambers Center provides: 7 research, teaching and industry project labs, 26 faculty offices, 2 conference rooms, 2 student study areas and so much more. As part of this facility, there are several opportunities to name a room, lab, or faculty office in honor of a loved one, fellow student, or faculty member. By paying tribute to them at the John T. Chambers Technology Center, you can help create and support their legacy at the University of the Pacific.  

Legacy Gifts  
Legacy Circle for University of the Pacific's School of Engineering and Computer Science recognizes alumni and friends who have made a deferred gift designed to support the School.  While the most common and well-known planned gift is a bequest, gifts made during one's lifetime such as gifts of life insurance policies, charitable trusts and charitable gift annuities are also recognized by membership in the Legacy Circle. Legacies have helped build the School of Engineering and Computer Science and such gifts live on in the education and research produced by this renowned institution.