Thank you for visiting the School of Materials Engineering Giving Website. Private donations from key stakeholders of the School, like you, enable us to fulfill our overarching mission of serving diverse peoples through discovery that expands the frontiers of knowledge, learning that nurtures the sharing of knowledge, and engagement that promotes the application of knowledge.
Currently, the State of Indiana and student fees only provide Purdue University with 51% of the resources needed to operate and maintain a world-class University. Your gifts have made possible our new home (Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering) while also continuing to help us attract and retain the best and brightest faculty, staff, and students to fill that home.
If you would like additional information related to the School’s Funding Priorities or about the School in general please do not hesitate to contact me:
Director of Development, School of Materials Engineering
Neil Armstrong Hall of Engineering
701 West Stadium Avenue
West Lafayette, IN 47907
If you prefer to make your gift via check please make your check payable to “Purdue Foundation” and mail it to Robyn Jakes.
Below are links to donate online to our accounts that support our greatest recurring needs.
Materials Engineering Gift Fund: The Materials Engineering Gift Fund provides donors with the opportunity to make a contribution while allowing the School to utilize the funds in the most needed areas.
Materials Engineering General Scholarship Fund: The General Scholarship Fund provides the opportunity for donors to support both merit and need based scholarships given to Materials Engineering undergraduate students who have demonstrated a strong desire to excel in the field of Materials Engineering.
Materials Engineering 50th Anniversary Fund: The 50th Anniversary Fund commemorates The School of Materials Engineering becoming a stand-alone department as opposed to a division under Chemical Engineering. This fund allows the department to continuously upgrade various undergraduate laboratories in order to maintain a high quality learning environment.