Creativity is accelerated through a combination of imagination, ability, space, tools and materials. It is enhanced by having a place where ideas can be tested, refined and tested again as rapidly as possible. Having the right tools and materials readily available allows students to build amazing creations that expand the realms of possibility.

The SuSu and Mark A. Fischer ’72 Engineering Design Center is an open space where engineering students have access to state-of-the-art prototyping tools, equipment, material and support staff. Through partnerships with industry and non-profit sponsors, the center is an environment where concepts become solutions to real-world problems and student teams come together to build new prototypes, acquire new skills and develop new relationships. It is supported with differential tuition funds and it is open to engineering undergraduate students.

Differential Tuition

Differential tuition pays for enhancements to the learning experience of undergraduate students in engineering. These enhancements include extra sections of overfull courses, new computers and equipment, and even extra lecturers to teach classes. Learn more

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