Shaping the Technology of Tomorrow
Your gift to the university is crucial in continuing research and education. Gifts to the College of Engineering help to strengthen our ongoing curriculum and bring us closer to our vision of becoming a nationally recognized tier-one university.
To learn about the impact gifts to UTSA and its colleges make, please visit Giving to UTSA where stories of student success and advances in research are all made possible by the generosity of our supporters.
Donations to the UTSA College of Engineering are 100% tax-deductible.
How do I contribute to the College of Engineering?
Make an Online Gift
The simplest way to contribute is securely online with your major bank credit card.
You can make a one-time credit card contribution, or you may choose to use the Recurring Gifts option to schedule credit card contributions automatically. Charge your contribution to your Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover credit card.
If you have questions about donating to the College of Engineering online, please call (210) 458-7079, or email your questions to email@example.com.
Send Your Gift Through the Mail
You may contribute using the regular mail. Complete a Gift Form and mail it with your check to:
Office of Development
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
Make checks payable to UTSA, and please write the purpose on the check's memo line and on the Gift Form. Pay monthly, quarterly or annually. If you so indicate on the Gift Form, we'll send you a reminder statement for your pledge amount.
Faculty/Staff Giving Through Payroll Deduction
One of the simplest ways UTSA faculty and staff can make a gift to the University—either unrestricted or restricted—is through payroll deduction. Just print a copy of the Faculty/Staff Payroll Deduction Form, specify how you want your gift designated, and return your signed form to the College of Engineering Development Office. We'll take care of the rest for you.
There are other contribution options to choose from on the Online Giving page.
The information provided above is intended to be general information for the benefit of the College of Engineering community and supporters and is not intended to be specific tax advice for an individual under a given circumstance. For more about this new law, please contact your legal or tax advisor.