The College of Engineering & Computer Science at Cal State Fullerton offers our students unique applied learning and professional networking opportunities that develop future-focused, community-minded graduates who are prepared to make a difference.
These experiences are cornerstones of a comprehensive ECS education and our connected culture, and we encourage everyone to take part. Save the dates for the following events in 2024.
CSUF Day of Giving | March 6, 2024
Celebrate the college and help raise funds to support ECS students and initiatives by participating in the annual Day of Giving on Wednesday, March 6. Since 2020, the universitywide fundraising campaign has rallied CSUF community around the globe and fostered healthy competition across colleges to raise the most funds and engage the most donors.
Complete challenges to unlock additional funds for your college or department. Some donations may even be matched by corporate sponsors. Visit the website or follow #TitansGive on your favorite social platforms to get the latest updates on the 2024 Day of Giving.
ECS Diversity & Leadership Summit | March 22-23, 2024
Get empowered and stay connected at the ECS Diversity & Leadership Summit, featuring keynote speakers, discussion panels, workshops, and speed mentoring with industry professionals. The summit will take place in the Titan Student Union on Friday, March 22, and Saturday, March 23.
Enjoy refreshments, swag, and networking opportunities while exploring all that the college – and the industry – have to offer. Visit the website to stay updated. For more information about how you can participate or support the Summit, please contact Toni Arellanes-Miller, senior director of development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 657.253.3308.
ECS Student Project Innovation Expo | April 26, 2024
The annual ECS Student Project Innovation Expo is a prestigious event that assembles and recognizes outstanding undergraduate projects across the college. Student teams tackle real-world issues and demonstrate their skills and knowledge, and projects are judged by a panel of industry professionals and ECS faculty.
Learn more about the event online.