A bequest is a gift in your Will. Leaving a bequest to RMIT is simple and will help shape our future, benefiting students, the University and the community for years to come.
After considering the needs of your family and loved ones, if you choose to leave a bequest to RMIT, you will become part of the future of the University and leave a lasting legacy that will impact generations to come.
A design legacy
A successful interior designer leading her own design group for more than 20 years, Carolyn Varney is excited to share her success with the next generations of RMIT students.
Why I left a bequest to RMIT
When Silvia Tejedor enrolled in the Certificate of Technology in Electronics at RMIT in 1980, she was one of only two women in the course. She chose to leave a bequest to help a new generation of women pursue a career in electronics, science and engineering.
The Storey Scholarships legacy
When Mechanical Engineering student John Storey Junior died in 1947, aged just 22, his family left a bequest to RMIT for the establishment of a scholarship. The memory of a great family and their contribution to RMIT lives on each year through scholarships and fellowships endowed in the Storey name.
If you have planned to leave a gift in your Will to RMIT, please let us know. This will give us an opportunity to recognise your generosity during your lifetime, invite you to events and keep you informed about your areas of interest.
Our Bequests Manager is here to help you with your enquiry. Please contact us at +61 3 9925 5220 or via email below.