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Giving to the Department of Technology

Your investment in the Department of Technology at Illinois State University ensures that we have the resources needed to continue to prepare professionals of the highest caliber. Key priorities for the Department are funding for student scholarships; student travel to professional events and competitions; laboratory equipment; or faculty professional development. 

These program enhancements are only possible because of the support of our alumni, faculty, and corporate partners. You may designate your support for any academic program or priority in Technology by indicating your preference on your check or in the comment box if giving on-line.  Make a gift online.

Million Dollar Challenge

Take the emeriti Million Dollar Challenge! The purpose of the Challenge is to significantly increase the resources of the Department of Technology to assure, in perpetuity, that we can provide scholarships and priority operations support necessary for excellence in preparing tomorrow's technology leaders. The named endowments honor and memorialize the accomplishments and contributions of past, present, and future faculty, alumni, and friends of the Department of Technology.  

Construction Management Annual Industry Partnership

The CM Industry Partnership is designed to support our activities beyond the classroom, such as the student competition teams, student chapters, field trips, undergraduate research projects, career fairs, Homecoming float, industry advisory board meetings, and the annual alumni and industry golf outing.  Thank you for your continued support.  Make a gift to the CM program online.

If you would like to discuss these or other giving possibilities, please contact Richard Boser, Chair of the Department of Technology.


Or, you can make a check out to the Illinois State Department of Technology and send it to:

Dr. Ted Branoff, Chairperson
Department of Technology 5100
Illinois State University
Normal, IL 61790-5100

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