Throughout our history, generous gifts in the Wills of alumni and friends have played a critical role in our success.
Dr Rosalind Terry (left) and Jacqueline Nguyen Khuong (scholarship recipient). Photo by Bec Walton
Throughout the history of the University of Melbourne, gifts in Wills from generous alumni and friends have contributed significantly to its success.
Gifts in Wills have transformed the lives of students through scholarships and bursaries, helped researchers tackle some of the world’s most challenging problems, and enriched the cultural legacy of the University’s libraries and cultural collections for the benefit of the whole community.
A gift in your Will to the University is a very special gift that will enrich the lives of future generations. It is an opportunity to support what you value most about education and the pursuit of knowledge.
There are many ways to remember the University in your Will. Wherever you choose to direct your gift, please know that every gift in Will is treasured. Your generosity makes an enduring difference to the University’s capacity to inspire and nurture the best and brightest minds.
All those who remember the University in their Will are warmly invited to join the Heritage Society. Here, there is an opportunity to join a special group of alumni and friends who meet throughout the year to celebrate their commitment and engage with the life of the University.
For legal information, please visit University Gifts and Bequests.
For a confidential discussion about your specific interest in leaving a gift, please contact our Gifts in Wills team directly.