Help Build the Waddy Performance Centre

Help Build the Waddy Performance Centre

3 months ago

St Paul’s seeks your generous support to make this important new facility a reality, thereby honouring one of our most distinguished Paulines. To see the Waddy Performance Centre brochure in full click HERE. To see the Waddy Performance Centre presentation in full click HERE. Donations can be made via the College website at: www.stpauls.edu.au/online-giving. Please nominate “New performing arts, lecture, & gym facilities” when selecting a fund in the dropdown box. If you would like to discuss making a gift of any size, please contact either the Warden, Rev’d Dr Ed Loane, or Richard Morgan, Director of Community Development, at community@stpauls.edu.au or phone (02) 9550 7472.   The College appreciates your generosity.

Appointment of new Vice Warden of St Paul’s College

3 months ago

St Paul’s College is delighted to announce the appointment of Tracey-Jane (TJ) Christie as Vice Warden of St Paul’s College. This position will be the Warden’s deputy and particularly focus on the student life of the College. TJ joined St Paul’s at the beginning of 2022 as the Head of Co-residential Transition and has become a vitally important member of the College’s Senior Staff and residential life team. She is known around College for her warmth and wisdom along with her genuine care for our students and desire to see them do their best. TJ will continue to reside at St Paul’s with her husband Steve and Golden Labrador, “Soph”. TJ’s work as Head of Co-residential Transition has involved recruiting and interviewing potential freshers and student leaders as well as driving and overseeing upgrades to the College facilities. TJ brings to the role of Vice Warden a wealth of experience

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Press Release – St Paul’s College to Admit Women as Undergraduate Members

1 year ago

St Paul’s College in the University of Sydney is pleased to announce that it will become fully co-residential for the 2023 academic year. The College Council voted on 25 October 2021 to open admissions to undergraduate women for the first time since its founding in 1856. St Paul’s was all-male until 2019, when it began admitting postgraduate women to its fully co-residential Graduate House. The Council made the decision to admit women undergraduates following a period of thorough community consultation throughout 2021, which included gathering input from current students, alumni, members of the broader community, and the University of Sydney. The Warden of the College, The Rev’d Dr Ed Loane, said “We are so pleased to be able to announce this exciting new chapter in the history of our College. St Paul’s has a distinguished history of producing society’s leaders in business, the church, academia, the arts and politics, including

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