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Sacramento State College of Engineering & Computer Science

Engineering Change in the Sacramento Region

Sacramento State’s College of Engineering & Computer Science (ECS) plays a vital role in the evolution of the Sacramento region.

As technology increasingly pervades daily life, the demand for people with the skills and knowledge taught in the ECS is ever-growing. Contemporary curricula, engaging pedagogy, and in-depth research opportunities prepare students for a lifetime of professional achievement and intellectual growth. By 2023, Sacramento State’s ECS will produce more career-ready engineers, computer scientists, and construction managers than any other college in the region.

We invite you to partner with us as we strengthen our position as the leader in engineering, computer science, and construction management education for the Sacramento region and the country.

Contact Nebrisa Fish, Director of Development, if you have questions or would like to discover additional ways to get involved.

Campaign Priorities

Hornet Leadership Program (HLP)

The Hornet Leadership Program (HLP) is a co-curricular platform of leadership training experiences created to complement our students’ technical development and strengthen their ability to serve society with excellence, distinction, and outstanding leadership qualities. Continued expansion of HLP is necessary for our college to more significantly impact our community.

Lab Renovations and Development

For our students and faculty, we aim to improve our infrastructure for the computational and physical tools they need to advance their work related to discovery, demonstration, teaching and learning, and the dissemination of knowledge.

Teaching and Research Effectiveness

Teaching, learning, and applied research are at the heart of our college. To maintain our excellence in the classroom, our faculty must continue to have the necessary resources to invest creative thought into innovative teaching methodologies, course content, and research opportunities.


Presently, about 60 percent of Sacramento State students receive some level of financial aid. We want to increase scholarship funding for ECS students because academic studies have shown that students who receive financial assistance outperform students who are burdened with debt and educational repayment commitments.

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College of Engineering & Computer Science

Scholarships are among the most rewarding ways to give to Sacramento State because they directly impact students’ lives. They also help celebrate and motivate our best and brightest students.

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