Give to Harrisburg University
From its founding in 2001, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has been an endeavor of, by and for the people of the Commonwealth. Its continued growth requires many partners working hand-in-hand with our faculty, students and staff.
Our continued growth requires many partners working hand-in-hand with our faculty, students and staff.
We could not provide a high-quality STEM education without the philanthropic support, internships, mentoring and other collaborative efforts from our public and private sector partners.
Make a Philanthropic Gift
Investing in Harrisburg University not only enables our students to thrive in highly sought-after STEM careers, but also positions our region and nation to be a competitive force in the global economy. Make a gift to University and ensure its rise as a prominent institution of higher education that benefits students and the region. Contact University Advancement for more information.
Annual Giving Fund
If you think changing the life of a student is a good return on an investment, make a gift to the Annual Fund. A gift to the Annual Fund is an investment you can be proud of and one that will pay dividends far into the future, because Harrisburg University is dedicated to enriching the lives of students studying for careers in math, science, engineering and technology (STEM) fields. With a student body that is nearly half minority and women, HU is making a college degree possible for two groups of students that have been the most under-represented in the science and technology fields.
Gifts to the Annual Fund provide critical resources to support programs and initiatives that benefit the entire campus community. More than 600 corporate, community and philanthropic leaders contribute to the HU Annual Fund because it provides direct financial support for academic programs and student scholarships.
For more information about the Harrisburg University Annual Fund please contact University Advancement.
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Princeton faculty, researchers visit HU
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HU faculty member receives highest professional degree
Congratulations to Paraminder Talwar of the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology corporate faculty. He recently obtained his Doctor of…
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HU president to serve on Chamber Board
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New academic agreement to bring graduate students to Harrisburg University
A new agreement between Harrisburg University of Science and Technology and St. Bede’s College will make a U.S. education accessible…
HU CIE to host ‘Blend’ networking event
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STEM-UP Network hosts monthly networking sessions
Join STEM-UP Network’s monthly networking session. Each month, a guest facilitator will speak on a hot topic during the first…
HU Experiential Learning Director selected for SEE Fellows program
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Paper co-written by HU professor published by International Journal of Digital Society
Information Systems Engineering and Management Professor Barry Boyer co-authored a paper recently published by the International Journal of Digital Society….
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