Discover how the generosity of our alumni is making a difference to future generations of Kingston University students.
"For me, my legacy will be about helping someone achieve their research ambitions, particularly those who may have otherwise been unsuccessful through lack of money."
Dr Anthony Lucas-Smith graduated with a PhD in information systems in 1991.
"Kingston was a life-changing period."
John Westcott Selley taught law from 1967-69.
"I was concerned talented young people would be unable to study."
Lynne Holland studied interior design and auditoria design from 1963-67.
"I hope my legacy will make a real difference to future students."
Sandra Coombs studied art, architecture, design history and Spanish.
"I want to leave a legacy to enable women from developing countries to have the opportunity to study at Kingston."
Fola Ademoye studied marketing from 1992-93.
Wherever possible, Kingston University would like to use your name to recognise your legacy gift when your donation is received. This ensures that you continue to be a part of the Kingston University community after you are gone. It also inspires our students to see examples of belief in them as a worthy investment, the importance of higher education and also the material success and generosity of our past alumni.