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College of Science and Engineering
STEM Education at Seattle U: At the intersection of industry, innovation and humanity

Tiny Home Building Project 

Please support our team-building project of three tiny homes led by our civil and environmental engineering freshman. The completed homes will be donated to a tiny home village, providing shelter for a person in transition from homelessness.

The project helps create community and foster connections between students, staff, and faculty, all while educating the participants and campus community about the homelessness crisis in Seattle. This project is reflective of the SU mission in action, educating the whole person by combining engineering education with humanitarian action.

$18,000 will allow students to build 3 tiny homes

$24,000 will allow students to build 4 tiny homes

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Student Ambassadors

The DEI Student Ambassadors 2022-2023 cohort of 8 ambassadors are planning town halls to engage in frank conversations about issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Other highlights will be professional development events aimed at students from marginalized and underrepresented populations, as well as community-building activities. Additionally, the DEI Student Ambassadors hold theater-based workshops about microaggressions and bystander intervention. These workshops highlight real-world scenarios drawn from the college climate survey and focus groups as well as the DEI Student Ambassadors’ own experiences. 

Please support the DEI Student Ambassadors. Goal: $15,000

OMA Emergency Fund Challenge
Thanks to the generosity of Pat Kennedy and Melissa Ries, if 600 alumni make a gift today to any fund during Seattle U Gives, it will unlock $30,000 to the Office of Multicultural Affairs (OMA) Emergency Fund.
600 / 600 Gifts
Science and Engineering DEI Student Ambassadors
30 gifts to the STEM Diversity Fund unlocks $10,000 Challenge gift that will support Science & Engineering DEI Student Ambassadors.
30 / 30 Gifts
Student Mental Health & Wellness Challenge
Thanks to the generosity of Pat Kennedy & Melissa Ries and an Anonymous donor, 200 alumni gifts to any fund between 6-11:59pm will unlock $50,000 to the Student Mental Health & Wellness Fund.
200 / 200 Gifts
Tiny Home Project Challenge
40 gifts to the Tiny Home Project unlocks additional $10,000 Challenge gift that benefits the Tiny Home Project.
40 / 40 Gifts
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