Roehampton Together

Changing Lives

Changing the World

  • New Library and Digby lake
  • The Hive cafe
  • Students playing football
  • Students on Froebel lawn

Supporting Roehampton

Our alumni, partners and friends are an important part of our growing community, and we value the engagement and contribution made by so many in supporting the University and its students.

There are a number of ways you can support Roehampton and its Colleges such as making a gift, or mentoring our students and new graduates.

Why support?

The values and traditions of our University include a fundamental belief in the power of education to transform lives and communities and it is one of our primary goals to deliver this through a campus environment that is stimulating and inspiring, helping students reach their potential. With the support of alumni and friends of Roehampton and its Colleges we will be able to expand upon the ways in which this is possible, whether through bursaries and scholarships, supporting the plans for our new state-of-the-art library, sports facilities or simply where there is greatest need.

Making a gift

If you would like to make a gift to Roehampton you can do so by making a regular donation by direct debit, making a one off payment or leaving a legacy to Roehampton in your will.

A history of philanthropy

There is a history of philanthropy as far back as 1874; the beautiful stained glass windows, designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris for the newly erected Whitelands Chapel, were paid for by each senior girl giving a £1 from their first salary, such was their love of the College.