Computer Science

Giving Opportunities

Through your generous gifts, we're able to provide an exceptional educational experience.

Because state support for higher education has declined significantly in recent years, your gift has an even greater impact in transforming individual lives, attracting world-class faculty members, and building innovative programs.

Thank you for your generosity.

Giving Needs

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Women in Computer Science

An undergraduate organization for students with a general interest in, and a specific interest in the issues concerning women in computing sciences.

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Research Infrastructure Upgrade

The Computer Science Department is seeking donations to cover upgrades to the Systems Laboratory in Rekhi Hall, which currently hosts cluster computers used for educational purposes as well as several research machines. Your gift will help us move forward in our research.

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Dr. John Lowther Endowed Scholarship Fund

The Dr. John Lowther Endowed Scholarship Fund is in honor of Dr. John Lowther, the first computer science faculty member, at Michigan Tech. Once our initial goal of $25,000 is reached, this fund will support students in the Department of Computer Science in perpetuity.

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Computer Science students studying in Rekhi Hall.

Computer Science Department

Gifts made directly to the department are unrestricted, giving the department the flexibility to support current priorities and respond to emerging opportunities that are not covered by other funds. All gifts, large or small, are important to the department.

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Scholarship Fund

Your generous support of the scholarship fund directly benefits students in our undergraduate programs. Your gift helps bright students enroll in a Michigan Tech CS department degree program that otherwise might not have been able to.

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Questions About Your Gift?

Zhenlin Wang

  • Professor, Computer Science
906-487-2187
zlwang@mtu.edu
Rekhi Hall 223
Ben Larson

Ben Larson

  • Director of Advancement, College of Sciences and Arts
906-487-2464
balarson@mtu.edu
WAHC 201E

Scholarships