Don't miss out on the opportunity to help your alma mater out and at the same time be an important part of CECS history.

How long has it been since you visited the campus at your alma mater? If you're like many of your fellow graduates, we're probably talking years, not months. Over these years, the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Michigan-Dearborn has continued to grow and expand to meet the needs of its undergraduate and graduate engineering students. Do you remember the "temporary" modules in the 1970s and 1980s? Or were you taking classes when the Engineering Complex was added to the campus in 1997? 

As an alumnus, you can be part of this exciting addition to the grounds of the University of Michigan-Dearborn through the college's Donor Recognition Wall-Brick Program. Preserve your place in the history of this impressive new facility and help the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the same time by purchasing a brick to be placed on the donor wall inside the auditorium of the Institute for Advanced Vehicle Systems building. Donations to the brick program will be used to fund a perpetual source of scholarship awards for students in the College of Engineering and Computer Science. 

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