Your name on campus

In choosing to name a space on campus, you can chose to direct your support to 4 priority areas:


Student Hardship

Financial challenges should never prevent a student from achieving their dreams, so we are listening to our students to understand the wider impact of the hardship they are facing. To equip our students with everything they need to thrive and not just survive, your support will allow us to create grants for projects addressing areas such as mental health, wellbeing, and employability. With your help, through our new Revive Grants, we can ensure the hardship fund continues to offer a financial lifeline, and additional opportunities to those experiencing exceptional financial difficulties through no fault of their own. Over the last year, Covid-19 has had a profound impact on the lives of people around the world, but we are immensely proud of the support we have been able to provide for our students. The global pandemic has highlighted the increasing prevalence of student hardship and we are determined to help reduce the financial pressure on students as they pursue their academic and professional dreams.


The Performance Graduate Scholarship Programme will allow recent performance graduates the money, time and resources to experiment and take risks with their creative practice within a supportive framework, with a £3,000 package of support. Your generosity can offer development opportunities otherwise unavailable to many following graduation. This fund can be the difference between an artist being able to continue to pursue their professional dreams – regardless of circumstance – or having to put those dreams on hold and not fulfil their potential. We want to ensure that we can support talented students as they venture into the professional world. In order to do this, we need your help.


The Women in STEM Scholarship Programme will encourage women to apply for Undergraduate study in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths courses at our newly unified School of Science, Engineering and Environment. The programme is designed to provide financial support for talented women to be the STEM leaders of the future. Funded thanks to the generosity of alumni, supporters and friends, this fund can be the difference between a student applying to University, and remaining here to pursue their professional dreams – regardless of circumstance – or having to put those dreams on hold and not fulfil their potential. You can help us be there for our talented students as they make their way in the world.


The new Believe Scholarship Fund will allow us to attract, retain and progress talented students, regardless of their financial background. This unrestricted scholarship fund is designed to provide financial support for talented students to be leaders of the future. We are doing all we can to support the ambitions of the next generation of students – regardless of circumstance. We have big dreams that can make our students unstoppable – we just need your help to make it happen.



We really hope that you are able to support our work through any of these priority areas, but if you would prefer to support the Salford students in a way that allows us to be the most responsive to the needs of students, you can give to the Area of Greatest Need.


On receipt of your gift we will contact you to discuss your inscription.



For further information on how you can make a difference or to speak to someone about your support please contact Claire Green, Development Manager – Individual Giving, via +44 (0)7973 718 056, or email


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The University bears the cost of Office of Alumni Engagement & Development staff and all of its fundraising activities. Donations are not used to meet these costs - 100% of any philanthropic gifts received by the University of Salford are directed to the area which the donor chooses to support.

For donors considering naming a seat, please see the terms and conditions for your name on campus.


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