Make a gift to Bioengineering
Now, more than ever, private funding is essential to the continued success of Illinois Bioengineering. Contributions from alumni and friends help us sustain an environment that fosters creativity and critical thinking, and enables us to offer more scholarships, attract the best faculty, and support critical educational and research facilities.
"We wanted to give back and encourage the best and brightest [students] in engineering to come to Illinois.”
“I want to help the department keep bringing in technology and making it available for students to use, so they can make a major impact right out of school or even while still in school.”
“I’m proud of the Bioengineering department—its faculty research, collaboration with the new Carle Illinois College of Medicine, and renovation of the Everitt Lab facilities—and am excited by the direction it’s headed in. I want to do what I can to contribute to that innovation and forward-looking vision."
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Contributing to Illinois Bioengineering has never been easier. Your contributions to the department can be made quickly and easily online in a secure environment.
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