Invest in Tomorrow

Empower students to transform the world through exceptional education, innovation, and limitless possibilities.

Four Key Areas of Giving

Leadership and Innovation for Futures in Engineering (LIFE)

Missouri S&T students already receive a world-class engineering education. This program aims to complement this great foundation with the leadership skills, mindsets and experiences necessary to prepare our students to lead the way in shaping the future.

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Group of seven freshmen students work on project x during opening week

Expand S&T Scholarships

By having more scholarships available through our Expand S&T program, we will empower more students to reach their full potential at Missouri S&T. With these scholarships, S&T can attract students who are interested in our values and mission but may not be able to afford to attend. Furthermore, the program can help develop a broader STEM workforce for the state and nation.

Joe Bauer is a grad student working under Dr. Michael Moats, Professor of Metallurgical Engineering at Missouri S&T. Moats is working on chemical processes to recover critical minerals from other processes for use in alloys and batteries, solar cells and semiconductors, and transistors in electronic devices.

Energy Technology Incubator

Addressing the global challenge of affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy requires the exploration of new technologies and innovative approaches. To tackle this problem, the S&T Energy Technology Incubator aims to accelerate translational energy research and foster innovation. By nurturing industry partnerships, promoting startup companies, and facilitating patent creation, this initiative seeks to drive advancements in the field. With further support, we can enhance our business incubation efforts and elevate our contributions to the next level. Ultimately, the Energy Technology Incubator will strengthen Missouri S&T's prominence as a global leader in energy technology and policy.

Dr. Catherine Johnson, the Robert H. Quenon Associate Professor of Mining Engineering, and Isabella Kestle, and undergraduate student in chemical engineering, study an exploded detonator inside ballistics gel.

Dean's Leadership Fund

The Dean’s Leadership Fund supports the greatest and immediate needs of the college. Whether it’s supporting student and faculty initiatives, deepening partnerships with industry leaders, or further enhancing the university’s research and educational facilities, your gift is immediately put into action to impact the student experience.

How to Give Online

Please follow the instructions below and note you must designate the College of Engineering and Computing as beneficiary of the funds. 

  • Navigate to the Missouri S&T giving page 
  • Fill out your contact information and donation amount
  • Select “Designations” and a pop-up window will appear
  • Under “Colleges,” select “College of Engineering and Computing” 

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“The College of Engineering and Computing transforms the lives of our students and inspires them to shape the future.” 

-David Borrok, Ph.D., Vice-Provost and Dean