Your support for student opportunities at York has always made an enormous impact, helping students develop their skills, innovate and inspiring them to help others. […]
Thanks to our Friends of the Library and Archives (FoLA) York will soon be home to only the third Magic Touch Kiosk in the UK. […]
Widower Chris Gatenby is fundraising to support postgraduate research into lung cancer in the University of York’s Department of Biology by running two miles a […]
The University of York has recently received a legacy gift of £10,000 from the estate of the late Professor Venables. Professor Peter Venables was founder of […]
Your generosity has meant that this year 21 more bright students have been given a chance to do more than just study. In September 94 […]
Highlighting inspirational donor: Peter Whelpton
So it wasn’t surprising that, not long after the University opened its doors in 1963, students and staff joined together to set up the Overseas […]
Leaders of tomorrow The Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Scholarship is a special new programme that equips undergraduate students with the skills, knowledge and values […]
It’s not just alumni who volunteer at the University – our students do some fantastic work in the local area.
See what you missed as we hosted our annual York reception for donors and friends at York Art Gallery.
Supporting students in the fields of science and medical science, we are pleased to announce the continued funding for the ONAOSI Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships.
The future looks bright for the University of York’s Department of Chemistry, thanks to a generous matching gift from alumnus Dr Anthony H Wild.
Alumni from York to Hawaii give generously in student telethon
The Wolfson Foundation has marked five years in support of humanities at York by making another generous donation.
Remembrance garden and wood unveiled on Heslington Campus
Updates on the YuCycle and YuFund projects
Supported by Peter Whelpton, the York Opportunity Awards have given nine students the prospect of pursuing their education free from social constraints.
Acclaimed musician and composer Amjad Ali Khan delivered the latest lecture in the Cantor Lecture Series.