Giving to the University of Exeter

Help make a difference

You can give to your University in two ways, either by volunteering some of your time, or by giving a financial gift. Both are hugely important to the University and we’re happy to work with you to find a way to give which suits your circumstances.    

Gifts can fund scholarships, helping some of our brightest students. They can support our world-class interdisciplinary research projects, allowing our leading researchers to tackle some of society’s biggest issues. Or they can help to create the striking buildings and facilities needed to enable our students and academics to thrive. All of these contribute to creating a truly excellent and inspiring experience for our students at Exeter.

Volunteers can help in a wide variety of different ways, including giving careers talks to students, one to one mentoring, or membership of advisory groups.

Exeter has a long tradition of philanthropy, stretching over a century. The generous support of alumni is helping current and future students get the most from their time while at University, and helping them succeed after graduation.

It is a testament to the affection felt for the University of Exeter that so many of its alumni and supporters are keen to help, either by giving gifts of money, leaving a legacy to the University, or through volunteering some of their valuable time. We want to thank everyone who gives to us – it makes a real difference to the University and our students.
Dr Shaun Curtis, Interim Director of Development & Alumni Relations

* The Development and Alumni Relations Office (DARO) is funded through the University of Exeter core income. Therefore 100% of the money donated through DARO fundraising activity goes directly to the campaign or project, unless the donor specifies otherwise.