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Support Special Projects



Beyond endowments and annual giving, the latter providing for this year and the former for years to come, there are numerous opportunities across the University to financially support Letourneau students and the university through special projects in Engineering, Aviation, Fine Arts, and more.  Thank you for support of LeTourneau University, its mission, and its students. 


Join alongside other alumni around the world who are committed to LeTourneau University. Clikc here to find out more about being an Alumni Agent!

The Coffee Club is a great way to keep up to date with what is happening at LeTourneau. You'll receive a hand-made mug, coffee from Silver Grizzly, and a weekly update on how to pray for a student. Click to find out more and sign-up.

Dr. Bill Graff, a beloved professor who taught at LeTourneau University for 43 years, is a LeTourneau legend. This devotional brings together his class devotions, life story, and a saving faith in our Creator, all from the mind of an engineer. Click here to find out more.

Whether friend, parent, or supporter of LeTourneau University, you believe in this university and are committed to its success. Click here to find out how to join with others as a LeTourneau Ambassador!

LeTourneau University Fine Arts will present its Spring 2020 Masterworks Concert on Monday, April 20 at Trinity Episcopal Church. Support the concert by clicking here.

From May 11-19, 2020 Director of Fine Arts Dr. Jim Taylor will lead a group of students and adults on a Missions-Performance trip to Kiev, Ukraine. Click here to find out more.

The Air Race Classic is an annual all women’s air race approximately 2,400 miles in length. Click here to find out more about LeTourneau's team and how to support them.

The Sting Precision Flight Team is always looking for partners willing to join us in our mission of honoring God through excellence in aviation.

LeTourneau University engineering students design and build a rapidly deployable emergency disaster shelter as part of the annual Samaritan's Purse competition. Support this project by clicking here.

Millions of people with disabilities in developing countries across the globe are in need of wheelchairs. Enter the LETU Wheels team— LeTourneau students researching wheelchair function for people with disabilities in low income settings.