Donors enable New College to fund its vision for modernisation, growth and development. Donations can be made at any time of the year or annually to the Master’s Annual Appeal. Donations can be made in cash or by cheque /money order (payable to New College), credit card (Visa, Bankcard, MasterCard cards accepted) and postal order. Donations to New College are fully tax deductible. Deductible Gift Recipient Receipts are sent to all donors.
The scholarship enables a student to enter College, who, for financial reasons, may not otherwise be able to do so. This scholarship is offered by by the generosity of alumni members of New College. The recipient is awarded a subsidy to the value of half College fees.
This scholarship is named in memory of Jared Pritchard, a very talented and creative young man who lived at New College for four years but who sadly passed away in December, 2010. The Jared Pritchard Memorial Scholarship is awarded to a New Collegian in recognition of their ability to contribute to the creative and performing arts.
Help us honour the memory of Jared in our community for generations to come and support the creative and performing endeavours of future Collegians.
Nadia Perera was recently announced as the first recipient of the Jared Pritchard Memorial Scholarship. Nadia has made many contributions to New through the creative and performing arts, all of which have contributed positively to college life. She has helped to organise art exhibitions, design sets, promotional material and programs for New College theatrical productions.
The New College Indigenous Scholarship program offers talented Indigenous students assistance to live at New College while they study at UNSW. We are partnering with UNSW to double the number of Indigenous students at our university.
Become program partner or make a donation toward the New College Indigenous Scholarship Program.
New College Access Scholarships
In association with the UNSW Access Scheme, New College offers half-fee residential scholarships to New Collegians. The number of Access Scholarships is determined by the level of support from our alumni and supporters.
Make donation toward New College Access Scholarships
There are a limited number of bursaries available to New Collegians. The number of bursaries varies depending on the need each year, but the value of financial assistance ranges from $500-$3000 per eligible resident per year. The assistance is offered to continuing and entering residents and is based on financial or other special needs.
The Stuart Barton Babbage Fellowship is available for residents undertaking a doctorate or who are undertaking postdoctoral work. This Fellowship has been created to support the scholarship of an outstanding man or woman who is pursuing doctoral studies or post-doctoral research at UNSW. It is named in honour of the Rev Dr Canon Stuart Barton Babbage, AM, the second Master of New College.
Two outstanding young scholars have held the fellowship since its inception. Dr Luke Macpherson was the Fellow in 2006 and Dr Rebecca Barnes held the fellowship during 2007 and 2008. Unfortunately, a lack of donations has prevented the College from offering the fellowship in subsequent years. Funds for the program are very low and until we receive significant funding we will not be able to offer the fellowship. The presence of a fellow strengthens the academic culture of New College through involvement in College activities, by providing academic support and by speaking at College functions. While we hope to attract major donors to support this initiative, regular gifts of any amount from a broader group of supporters will enable us to fund the Stuart Barton Babbage in perpetuity.
Support research. Support future researchers. Make a donation toward The Stuart Barton Babbage Fellowship
In 2002 the Board of New College instituted a Bursary to the value of half College fees to honour the founders of the College. Each Founder’s Bursary (awarded once annually) continues for the duration of the recipient’s membership of the College as a UNSW undergraduate student, subject to annual review.
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