UTS Annual Appeal: Change Someone's World
The chance to study at university has had a life-changing impact for UTS students Ghand Hamadeh, Safa Rahimi and Joel Cama.
Learn how you can help create a brighter future for students
At UTS, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to reach their potential, whatever their background or circumstances. For many UTS students, like Ghand Hamadeh, Safa Rahimi and Joel Cama, the chance to study at university has had a life-changing impact.
Read more about the students who need your support
However, for many students, this is only possible through the generosity of the UTS community – our staff, students, alumni and donors. This year, the UTS Annual Appeal is raising funds to help provide disadvantaged students with essential financial assistance for their study needs, through the UTS Diversity Access Scholarship.
Last year, thanks to the generosity of UTS graduates, we received 1,066 pledges of financial support, raising over $60,000. This essential support is now helping to provide a world-class education for students like Ghand, Safa and Joel. But there is no shortage of students who urgently need support, and this year we are hoping to raise more than $100,000 to be able to assist them.
Donations of any size quickly add up, and every gift, makes a real and positive impact in helping students in need. If you prefer, you are welcome to direct your donation to benefit students in a specific faculty, or to indigenous student programs, or UTS research initiatives.
If you share our belief that everyone deserves an opportunity to shine, then please, give now.
Now Joel Cama has dreams for the future
Other Payment Options
To donate by cheque, please make it payable to University of Technology Sydney and post to:
Building 1, Level 20, Room 40
Ultimo, NSW, 2007
Donations are in $AUD. If you are living overseas, please choose the "NA" option in the State field.
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