Alumni raise Pounds 7 million for development

March 31, 2000

Nottingham University alumni have paid Pounds 7 million in personal gifts to help fund bursaries, scholarships, and prizes for less well-off students.

Some of the money, which includes individual donations of up to Pounds 250,000, will be invested in research and teaching facilities. The money was raised as part of the university's five-year development campaign, which is now two-thirds of the way to its Pounds 30 million target.

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