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.
HU in the News
Excited to Continue Celebrating International Day of Women and Girls in Science? Join STEM-UP on April 12, 2024, for Women in STEM Summit
The United Nations passed Resolution 70/2012 in 2015, marking February 11 as the International Day of Women and Girls in…
Agriculture Partnership to Sustain and Deepen Work in York County
The York County Agricultural Society (YCAS) and Harrisburg University (HU) have announced a potential partnership to create an advanced agricultural education, research, and demonstration site.
Harrisburg University and Dr. Yiben Wang Receive Green Chemistry Education Challenge Award From Beyond Benign
Beyond Benign has awarded Harrisburg University of Science and Technology and Dr. Yiben Wang, Assistant Professor of Chemistry & Biochemistry,…
Harrisburg University’s Ryan Riley Added to Capital Region Economic Development Corporation (CREDC) Board of Directors
The Harrisburg Regional Chamber and the Capital Region Economic Development Corporation (CREDC) recently announced the results of new leadership appointments…
Navigating the Future of AI: Pennsylvania House Republican Policy Committee Calls for Expert Testimony from HU Faculty
On Wednesday, February 7, the Pennsylvania House Republican Policy Committee held a public hearing entitled, “Navigating the Future of AI.”…
Harrisburg University’s Project Management Master’s Program Initiates Exciting Industry Advisory Board Expansion
The Center for Project Management Innovation (CPMI) at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is delighted to announce the launch…
Harrisburg University’s Advanced Manufacturing Program Awarded Part of $1.2 Million Sustainability Project Award
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is pleased to announce that its Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Materials, better known…
Harrisburg Young Professionals (HYP) Honors HU With President’s Award at Annual Meeting
On January 31, 2024, Harrisburg Young Professionals (HYP) held its 26th Annual Meeting and Awards Night at Strawberry Square. The…
HU Faculty Weighs In on CDC’s Call for Expanded PFAS Testing Capacity
The built environment is full of hidden hazards. Human beings spend a considerable amount of time indoors, where synthetic chemicals…
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