The links below will direct you to the WSU Foundation’s online giving site. Funds may be donated to an academic program and to the SDC. Funds donated to the SDC are used to support collaborative initiatives with a school-wide impact. Thank you for your support.
This scholarship fund is in memory of Gary Mueller, the husband of Vicki Rova Mueller—both dedicated Cougar alumni and members of the Interior Design Advisory Board, past and present. Vicki is also a founding member of the SDC Central Board and has been an incredible supporter of the program and school.
Gary worked with many members of the design and construction industry in Seattle over the years in his position at HomeStreet Bank. The Gary Mueller Scholarship Fund will allow colleagues, friends, and family to honor his memory with the recipients of the scholarship focusing on Interior Design.
Support students from a wide variety of disciplines who are designing and building a solar home as part of WSU’s entry into the prestigious international 2017 Solar Decathlon competition. Solar Decathlon students will create a home that must have all the modern conveniences powered by solar energy, including heating and air conditioning, refrigeration, hot water, lighting, appliances, and electrical devices.
This fund is the discretionary source we utilize to assist our students and support the highest needs for the LA program.
The LA Course Development Fund is used to support student activities related to landscape architecture classes.
To honor Ken’s 40+ career as professor, coach, mentor, and colleague, the Ken Struckmeyer Student Scholarship Endowment Fund awards scholarships to students who are aspiring declared majors in landscape architecture.
The WSU Construction Management program has a long, rich history of producing graduates who are work ready, day one. To continue this proud tradition we look to alumni and supporters to help us provide resources to inspire and encourage our students to reach their full potential. Please give generously to the future of the construction industry and the WSU Construction Management program through one of these three outstanding opportunities:
These gifts are used to fund learning opportunities for students in the CM program outside of formal classroom activities. The opportunities include student clubs such as ASCM, regional and national student competitions, conferences, field trips, and the Senior Capstone event. Our goal is to generate a minimum of $60,000 annually. Learn about the CM Student Excellence Fund
Give to: Donald Poe Excellence Fund
This fund is the discretionary source we utilize to assist our students and support the highest needs for the CM program.
Give to: BIM Lab
These gifts are used to create, maintain, and update student access to technology and laboratories within CM. We are currently undertaking a major fundraising effort for a 3 phased plan that will provide equipment, software, and upgraded classrooms for our students that is reflective of current industry technology.
The fund will provide workstations in the lab and classrooms to allow students to collaborate with building information models and provide for future research and development for BIM, augmented reality, and virtual reality as they become increasingly more relevant to the design and construction industry. Our goal is to raise a total of $800,000 which includes $500,000 for facility updates and equipment plus an additional $300,000 to build an endowment for future upgrades and maintenance. Learn about the BIM Laboratory Fund