The MSOE Development and Alumni Offices, along with Student Life and Resident Life invite MSOE students to make a difference by making a donation. From March 16 – 21 students can donate to campus wide causes that impact other students as well as the greater MSOE community.
Throughout the academic year, MSOE students give generously of their time and talent to support causes they believe in. Whether it is the macaroni mountain project for the Hunger Task Force, the hat and mitten drive coordinated with the bookstore, the various student organizations targeted at making the community (locally and globally) a better place or any number of student-driven efforts, MSOE students are generous and make a difference in the lives of others by making donations.
The First Annual M.A.D. DASH will be held March 16 – March 21. M.A.D. Dash information and registration
M.A.D.² supports four causes:
Student Assistance Fund
The Student Assistance Fund is used at the discretion of Student Life to help support the basic needs of students in dire need. The Student Assistance Fund helps students who need eye glasses, winter coats, etc. The Campus Food Pantry, which provides food to students in need, is also partly supported through the Student Assistance Fund.
Student Organizations provide a wide variety of ways to meet new people, fuel your passion, and get involved on campus. Each of the, over 70, student organizations on campus enhances the MSOE student experience. Donations made to a specific student organization goes directly back to that student organization to help support the costs of their budget.
Residence Life Programming
Resident Assistants (RAs) help make sure the residence hall at MSOE feels like home away from home. Contributing to the Residence Life Programming Funds, allows RAs to have the financial means to plan and coordinate events for individual floors as well the hall as a whole.
Annual Fund gifts support MSOE’s annual operating budget. They provide the needed financial resources to support academic programs, scholarships, equipment and materials purchases, computers for labs, student services, as well as academic and co-curricular programming and activities.