Batten College of Engineering & TechnologyGiving
The Frank Batten College of Engineering & Technology is built on a foundation of innovation and excellence in engineering education
We continue to develop strong academic and research programs that support new models of learning, teaching and scholarship - essential elements for inspiring dreams, training leaders, making discoveries and changing the world.
Why give to ODU?
Your support has the power to change lives. Scholarships have made a positive impact for students like:
Moya-Prera is a civil engineering major, a member of the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) program and a first-generation college student.
A civil engineering technology major, Evans received a SoldierStrong Scholarship, an endowment gifted to the Batten College of Engineering and Technology.
The mechanical engineering major and Perry Honors College graduate managed to maintain a high-enough GPA to be a member of engineering honor society Tau Beta Pi.
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Your support will help to ensure:
A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE
Student success in and out of the classroom is a primary focus of the college. It is paramount that students have access to personalized support services that help them achieve their academic and personal goals.
A GLOBAL FUTURE
Support for study abroad, student organizations and professional development enrich the student experience and prepare graduates for successful careers.
AN INNOVATIVE FUTURE
Student design projects are the cornerstone of the ODU Engineering undergraduate experience. Funds enable students to purchase supplies, perform critical tests and move their projects beyond the design bench.
A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE
Student Success Scholarships enable us to attract and retain a talented and diverse student body.
A SCHOLARLY FUTURE
Endowed chairs and professorships make us more competitive in attracting and retaining faculty members who are the best in their fields.
A SECURE FUTURE
Unrestricted gifts to the Dean's Fund allow the dean to address the college's most pressing needs, strengthen ongoing student or faculty programs and respond quickly to opportunities as they arise.