Ways to Give

There are many ways you can show your support for the College of Engineering. Your gift, no matter the amount, will help ensure that the College continues to be a strong educational asset for our students, and a vital resource for our community.

You can honor the legacy of a loved one, or celebrate a birthday, anniversary, wedding, or holiday, or just recognize someone special with a gift.

Credit Card

The easiest and most convenient way to make a contribution is by credit card. It is fast, safe, and secure. The University accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.

If you are looking to increase the impact of your donation, recurring giving is an easy, automatic way to support CoE. It is convenient and customizable.



To make a gift by mail, fill out and print this online donation form. Gifts by check should be made payable to the University of Miami and mailed to:

University of Miami
Advancement Division
Post Office Box 248073
Coral Gables, Florida 33124


Gifts of stock and bonds are welcomed at the University of Miami; however, these gifts require special planning and consultation with your professional financial advisor and the University of Miami staff. The University recommends that donors who have decided to make a gift of stock contact Mary Prats in the Office of Development Services at (305) 284-5576. Transfer instructions will be provided.

For more information about the benefits, visit our Office of Estate and Gift Planning, or contact the Office of Estate and Gift Planning at (305) 284-2914.

Matching Gifts

Many companies provide matching gifts for their employees as part of their employee benefit packages. If you plan to make a gift, check with your employer or ask one of our advancement staff if your gift may be doubled, tripled, or more through a matching gift program.

CLICK HERE to find out if your company will match your gift.

Multi-Year Pledges

A pledge is a commitment by an individual or corporation to make a future contribution. Some donors make multi-year pledges, particularly during reunion years. By spreading payments over a period of time—typically five years or less—pledges allow donors to make larger commitments and fulfill them at a comfortable pace.

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