Sussex has torn up the rule book since 1961, blending disparate disciplines to create world-leading research breakthroughs, and encouraging students from all backgrounds to graduate with both a world-class degree and a social conscience.
Make our 60th extra special
In this special anniversary year, we invite all members of our community to celebrate this legacy and pay it forward by making a gift at a level that you feel comfortable with.
Your support will help us to continue transforming the lives of future Sussex students, by giving everyone access to a Sussex education – reflecting our shared commitment to social justice, equality and academic excellence.
Give to the Sussex Fund
Help students get the most out of their time at Sussex and fulfil their true potential, regardless of their background or financial circumstances, by making a gift to the Sussex Fund.
During our anniversary year, new regular donations up to a total value of £1,000 will be matched, thanks to a generous and forward-thinking legacy donation.
Watch our video below to see the difference that donations to the Sussex Fund can make to the life of a student.
Support the future of your University
Together, we can ensure that the University of Sussex and its students continue to thrive for the next 60 years and beyond. Other areas you can support include:
- scholarships for students at all levels of study
- world-class facilities on our beautiful campus
- research with real-world impact.
To discuss your 60th Anniversary gift, contact Robert Yates at email@example.com or call on +44 (0)1273 872657.
There can be no better way to support a community that did so much for all of us when we were there.” TOSIN AKINLUYI
Don’t miss out on upcoming events and news: connect with fellow alumni and find out about the discounts and benefits available to former Sussex students.
Join our online alumni community now or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out about volunteer programmes and other ways you can get involved in supporting Sussex and the students of today and tomorrow, such as:
- talking to prospective students about life at Sussex
- taking part in the Brighton Marathon Weekend
- acting as a mentor for a current student or recent graduate.
Becoming a mentor has helped me to expand my horizon... the idea that we get to be part of someone else’s life and help them to succeed early on should be considered a privilege.” PRATEEK SUREKA
Technology and Innovation Policy 2008
Development and Alumni Relations enquiries:
+44 (0)1273 678258
Development and Alumni Relations
University of Sussex