The important work St Paul’s College does in providing the best all-round tertiary experience was disrupted by Covid-19, but it was not thwarted. The financial support from the wider Pauline community enabled our students to probably have the best second semester in 2020 of any University students in the world. Nevertheless, we need to continue to improve the service we provide and widen access in order for more young people to benefit from the Pauline experience. We continue to depend on the generosity of our community to make this a reality. Please consider how you may be able to support St Paul’s in 2021, whether through giving to scholarships or facilities, to ensure our College thrives this year and into the future.
Revd Dr Ed Loane
Between 2018 and today the number of students in residents at Paul’s has increased by 171% while the level of scholarship support to them has only increased by 115%. So, despite allocating fewer full scholarships than before, our scholarship fund cannot support the needs of the demand from more diverse potential students. Our ability to provide worthy candidates with scholarships needs your support more than ever for this critical need to be addressed.
We need to increase the space for student study, research and collaboration as well as specialist space for the performing arts. We have plans to make use of the lower ground floor space between the Ivan Head and McMillan buildings which will cost $750,000 and, very we are very excited that we already have our first pledge of $150,000 from a new donor. Please help us raise the remaining $600,000.
Lastly, College is still recovering from a $1.7 million dollar loss due to the impact of COVID-19 on our operations. The greatest thing about Annual Giving is that the funds are able to be used immediately and have fast impact. Again we are seeking support to maintain the operations of the College as we continue to recover financially from the global pandemic.
The access and attainment gap, for a place at St Paul’s, has increased with our expansion since 2018 and with the impact of COVID-19 on family incomes. Scholarships
College continues to need operational support to recover from a $1.7 million dollar loss due to COVID-19. Online Giving
To remain a world-class college we need to continue to provide the best college facilities at the University of Sydney. With our core priority in the development of a performing arts centre. Online Giving
Give your annual donation to the St Paul’s College Foundation to continue their work in supporting Paulines. Our Foundation
“The facilities and scholarship program here at St Paul’s have had an enriching effect on our community as a whole and the nature of college life.
From a student perspective, all donations greatly assist in contributing to our unique, growing culture. Emerging from COVID, the College is able to thrive off the generosity and continued support of the St Paul’s community”
Senior Student 2021
St Paul’s has been deeply grateful for the support from individual benefactors who have been able to make gifts, large and small, to the College. We like to recognise all contributions in the most appropriate way and a some have been recognised with their names on plaques, buildings and College facilities.
The College needs the support of your gifts to enrich its scholarship program, to care for the heritage buildings for future generations and to complete new facilities for current and future students.
If you would like to discuss making a gift of any size, please contact either Revd Dr Ed Loane, the Warden, or Richard Morgan, Director of Community Development, at email@example.com or phone (02) 9550 7472.
All donations are tax deductible within Australia. The College can arrange tax deductible donations through the University’s trusts in the UK and USA as well.