Senior Class Gifts
The Engineering Senior Class Gift program, dating back to the early 1900s, gives each graduating class the privilege of leaving behind a legacy gift. Senior class gifts since 2000 have become notable landmarks on North Campus.
2000E Block M
Cast in bronze and set in concrete, the Block M is located on North Campus at the crosswalk east of the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Tower. This gift from the senior engineering class of 2000 is a defining element, providing a focal point on North Campus, just as the Diag does on Central Campus.
The Wolverine, a gift from the senior engineering class of 2001,
sits atop a large rock on a knoll at the northwest end of the 47E Reflecting Pool.
2002E Senior Benches
The 2002E Senior Benches are located between the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Building and the Duderstadt Center.
2003E Pool Table
The 2003E Pool Table is located in Pierpont Commons.
2004E Patio Furniture
The 2004E Patio Furniture is located just outside the Computer Science and Engineering Building.
2005E North Campus Wayfinder
The 2005E North Campus Wayfinder is a map mounted on a pedestal near the Duderstadt Center.
The 2006E Grove is located within Liddle Plaza in front of the Computer Science and Engineering Building.
2007E Sitting Area
When it is installed, the 2007E Sitting Area, an informal gathering space, will be located near the North Campus Diag.
2008E Scholarship Fund
As part of its mission to create a “global future,” Michigan Engineering’s senior class of 2008 established the 2008E Scholarship Fund to provide support to one junior and one senior student who are enrolled full-time in the College of Engineering and maintain a minimum grade-point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.