In the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering, our students are passionate about building, creating, thinking, developing and doing. Our programs are focused on today’s most in-demand, emerging fields and are among some of the fastest-growing at BGSU.
As we re-envision the future of education with evolving technology and changing workforce needs, your support plays a critical role in allowing our students the opportunity to earn a degree in state-of-the-art facilities with access to cutting-edge equipment. Your gifts on BGSU One Day provide lifelong learning experiences, allow students to engage in their education and prepare them to become future leaders.
Architecture Advancement Program (ARAP)
The Department of Architecture and Environmental Design inspires and empowers students to enhance the built environment through an advanced practice of architecture through the convergence of technical expertise and liberal arts. Diverse faculty with national and international recognition provide student-centered teaching with an emphasis on community-based learning and entrepreneurship.
Aviation Studies Advancement Program (ASAP)
Students in the flight technology and operations program are trained to become commercial pilots. With an on-campus airport within walking distance to residence halls, students can begin flying their freshman year.
Constructing the Future Fund
Students gain real-world skills through learning in updated spaces that reflect industry workplaces. Gifts to this fund support the improvements and renovation projects in the college facilities, including classrooms and labs.
Technology and Innovation Fund
The Technology and Innovation Fund will support the purchase of new industry equipment for educational purposes in the College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering. This fund also supports research and development in techniques, innovations, new concepts and evaluation in the use of industrial and scientific equipment in technology instruction.
Learning CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine fabrication in the education of architectural and construction management students has become an indispensable skill. There is a growing demand for computer-aided design (CAD) skills, computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) logic, programming and fabrication knowledge in student education.
A Kongsberg X24 Edge SampleMaker CAD Cutting Table would to allow our VCT students and faculty to learn, innovate and apply their skills and designs. Donations will help us purchase the Kongsberg table to and complete the thriving, contemporary lab enabling our students to learn on industry-relevant prototyping equipment!
CTAAE Fund for Learning and Engagement
The College of Technology, Architecture and Applied Engineering Fund for Learning and Engagement is focused on student success through scholarships and enhanced opportunities in the classroom. These funds support learning and development, including curriculum and course development, and advanced learning techniques and technologies in classrooms and labs.
Falcon BEST Robotics
The excitement of a basketball game. The strategy of a chess match. The intellectual challenge of a science fair. The pressure of a competitive sporting event. The Falcon BEST competition is a proud participant in BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Inc. – a national organization that inspires middle and high school students to consider careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through participation in a sports-like, science- and engineering-based robotics competition.
Visual Communication Advancement Program (VCTAP)
The visual communication technology (VCT) program is an innovative program for students who are interested in both creative and technical problem-solving utilizing the disciplines of print, photography, video and interactive media. Since 1973, VCT's approach to educating students about visual media has been unique, relevant and successful.
Engineering Technology Advancement Program (ETAP)
This program prepares students for a dynamic career in today’s industrial society. Graduates are industrial leaders who manage people, equipment and production resources. Students of this program are acquiring skills that make them marketable in a variety of careers within the engineering industry.
Construction Management Advancement Program (CMAP)
The construction management program at Bowling Green State University prepares students for leadership and management roles in the rapidly expanding field of construction. Our construction management program is one of only two programs in Ohio and 62 nationwide accredited by the prestigious American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).
Summer Aviation Scholarships
Many times, a student’s financial aid package does not cover summer courses. Help support our aviation students as they continue their education through enrollment in summer classes and flight training courses.
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