In the academic year 2017/18 alumni and friends of the University donated more than £15million to support a number of projects and initiatives, and almost 1,000 members of the alumni community volunteered to help Exeter students, donating more than 11,000 hours of their time.
Find out more about how this support has had a real life impact on different projects at the University.
Thanks to the Alumni Annual Fund, Shotgun Theatre were able to perform ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ to a sell-out crowd at the Exeter Phoenix.
A donation from the UPP Foundation is enabling the University to create further links with the local community and build bridges between young adults and older generations.
MSc Paediatric Exercise and Health student Kathryn Jordan has received a scholarship supporting her to inspire the next generation.
University pays tribute to the life of Camborne School of Mines graduate Richard Osman (MSc Mining Geology, 1999).
The University of Exeter’s Holocaust Memorial Conference 2019 took place with support from the Alumni Annual Fund.
Donations to the Alumni Annual Fund have meant the FXU Sailing Club were able to buy a new Rib which acts as their safety boat, enabling the Club to get up and running.
The University's Career Mentor Scheme was launched 10 years ago. We take a look at the contribution alumni volunteering has made to this scheme.
Staff, students and fellow alumni all came forward to nominate alumni volunteers involved in an array of projects both in the UK and internationally.
MEng Mechanical Engineering student, James Hatcher receives a sports scholarship supporting his development as a GB Windsurfer.
The Volunteer Garden at our St Luke's Campus aims to enhance wellbeing in the workplace and was supported by the Alumni Annual Fund.