The SEC Philanthropy Overview Packet (previously known as the funding packet) is the single source of truth about all SEC funds and grants.
Engineering student organizations shall be eligible to become a Member Engineering Organization of the SEC if they are determined to be engineering-related by the Executive Board and have done one or more of the following:
- Applied for funds or awards
- Volunteered a minimum of three hours for Expo
- Attended all mandatory GAMs of the spring semester
- Participated in the E-Week competition
Please consult the Philanthropy Overview Packet and reach out to the SEC's Director of Philanthropy, Molly Zuidema (email@example.com) for assistance.
Reimbursement checks will need to be picked up in person during SEC Director's Office Hours in 328 Whittemore Hall.
Office Hours can be found on the General Calendar.
Funds & Grants
Please direct questions related to the "Engineering Organization Fund (EOF)", "Lynn Nystrom Fund (LNF)", "Big Contribution (BC)", and "International Humanitarian Fund (IHF)" to the SEC's Director of Philanthropy (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Awards & Scholarships
Please direct questions releated to the "SEC Scholarship", "Nathaniel Gebreyes Service Scholarship", "Torgersen Leadership Scholarship", "Bevlee A. Watford Inclusion Scholarship", "CoE SPORN Award", "Undergraduate Research Advisor Award", "Engineering Organization Advisor Award", and "Organization Awards" to the SEC's Awards & Scholarships Chair (email@example.com).
Please direct any remaining questions about philanthropy with SEC to the SEC's Director of Philanthropy (firstname.lastname@example.org).