How You Can Contribute to the School
We appreciate all the support and involvement our alumni, industry, government and community provide the School each year.
Supporting the School, means supporting the next generation, your future employees in getting the best education and development possible during their time at university.
There are a number of ways you can support the School, such as rewarding and financially assisting students, while providing internships and mentoring helps students by enriching their experience and learning environment.
How can you support the School?
Would you like to leave a gift that creates something of everlasting significance and importance? A bequest, or gift by Will, no matter how large or small, is an effective way of providing a permanent legacy which will enable the School to address immediate and changing needs.
We can discuss the capacity in which you would like your donation to be used, be it for students or research, or another case that is meaningful to you, the donor.
Scholarships attract high-calibre students from Australia and abroad. They act as an incentive for students to strive for and achieve excellence in their studies. They also provide support for students who might otherwise be unable to take up a university place or complete their study.
The University of Adelaide recognises that those who are financially or educationally disadvantaged should not be denied access to quality tertiary education. You may wish to provide a scholarship for a student from a rural or regional community, indigenous, a student in financial need, first generation or a top performing student.
Each year the School hosts a Mentor Teachers Awards Evening and Education Leaders Breakfast. Both events involve industry leaders, students and staff. We welcome the opportunity to discuss the possibility of you being involved in assisting financially through sponsorship whether for events or other School projects. Please email the School for further information.
Prizes award students who have demonstrated excellence in their academic courses. Prizes are awarded in a variety of amounts, however we respectfully ask that they be a minimum amount of $500 to ensure they have a significant impact on the student. We can help you decide where your financial support is best directed to reflect your connection to the School and industry. Please contact the School for further information.
If you would like more information about giving to the School or the University, please contact Rebecca Pym, Development and Alumni Officer.
How else can you be involved?
Some students seek career mentors to help them both understand and break into the industry. There are also professionals who are looking for ways to give back to the community. If you have the willingness and capacity to mentor a student, we can help to connect you to one another.
If you would like more information about being involved with the School or the University, please email the School for further information.