How to Give

You can give to RMIT by donating to scholarships, supporting research and more.

If you would like to establish a scholarship, leave a bequest, donate to research or other programs, contact us to talk about how you’d like to make an impact.

Donate to scholarships

RMIT will match your donation to the new Scholarship Philanthropy Fund, with up to $10 million in endowment funding to the end of 2015, or until all funds are allocated.

You can donate online to scholarships today to our equity scholarship fund, which supports disadvantaged undergraduate students. 100% of your donation goes directly to students in need – there are no administrative fees – and donations over $2 are tax deductible.

Or if you would like to establish your own scholarship, please contact us.

Other ways to give

Professor Supriya Singh

Establish a scholarship

You can create a scholarship or award in your name or in the name of a loved one.

Read Supriyah Singh’s story about creating a scholarship in memory of her mother.


Associate Professor Vipul Bansal

Support research

The Ian Potter NanoBioSensing Facility at RMIT University was established with the support of an Ian Potter Foundation 50th Anniversary Commemorative Grant.

Contact us to find out how you can support research at RMIT.


Silvia Tejedor

Leave a gift in your will

You can leave a legacy for future generations by leaving a bequest in your will. You can choose to create a scholarship in your name or the name of a loved one, donate property or shares, or give to research and other projects at RMIT.

Read why Silvia Tejedor chose to give a bequest.


Maxine Beneba Clarke

Support RMIT programs

An innovative program by RMIT and the Copy Right Agency Cultural Fund is supporting cultural immersion for Australian writers, expanding across the Asia-Pacific. Read about RMIT University's Writers Immersion and Cultural Exchange (WrICE) program.

Contact us to find out how you can support RMIT programs.


Phillip Zmood

Cultural gifts

You can donate items of cultural significance to RMIT, including artworks, books, manuscripts and other items. Automotive designer and RMIT alumnus Phillip Zmood donated a significant collection of works to the RMIT Design Archives last year for an exhibition.

Read his story.



RMIT University (ABN 49 781 030 034) is endorsed by the Australian Tax Office as a DGR Item 1. RMIT University can accept income tax deductible donations from individuals, corporations, Trusts and Foundations.

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