Giving to CS@UMD

When you give to University of Maryland's Department of Computer Science, you are contributing to educating new generations of leaders. UMD would not remain among the top-ranked programs it is today without a strong foundation of alumni support. Your involvement is absolutely vital to our program so that CS students may learn, research and participate in the myriad of academic and professional opportunities made available to them. Once these students graduate from UMD with a degree in Computer Science, they will be ready to be creative and innovative members of the technical community and beyond. In the past, donor funds have contributed to attracting enterprising faculty, facilitating emerging opportunities of breakthrough research and continuing a tradition of undergraduate and graduate student excellence. Every gift matters! Your generous, tax-deductible donations can accomplish the following priorities:

  • Increase the availability of merit and need based scholarships
  • Contribute to accelerating innovation through faculty research
  • Build program development through a series of seminars and educational lectures
  • Bolster competitive pools of undergraduate and graduate students
  • Expand our teaching impact by continuing to attract renowned figures in the CS field

Contact Information

For information or assistance, contact:

Stacey Sickels Locke, CFRE
Senior Director of Development and External Relations
2124 Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Engineering
University of Maryland
8125 Paint Branch Drive
College Park, MD 20742

Checks should be made payable to:

University of Maryland, College Park Foundation

In addition to the check, please provide a note indicating that your gift is in support of the teaching, research and other activities of the Department of Computer Science and the funds should be used at the discretion of the Department Chair. Your note should also indicate that any interest earned from your contribution should be used in the same manner as the original gift.