Giving to
UniSA

You can help change the world for our students, and help our students and academics to change the world.

By giving to the University of South Australia you can help provide vital facilities, resources and support for our students - our future leaders - and help give our transformative research world-wide impact.

How do you want to change the world?

I want to give opportunity - Scholarship Fund

Give a bright student the helping hand they need to follow their dreams and do something remarkable, by donating to UniSA's Scholarship Fund.

I want to embed myself in the DNA of Pridham Hall

Before the sound of voices ring through the foyers and graduation stage you can be part of a unique opportunity which will inspire future generations.

Join UniSA’s fight against cancer

Every day our researchers are getting one-step closer to saving more lives as well as improving the quality of life for cancer survivors. But they need your help.

I want to tackle the big environmental challenges of the 21st century

We cannot solve is sues of water scarcity or depleting natural resources without your investment in research today. You can equip our bright minds to find the solutions for mankind's future challenges.

I want to ensure a healthy future

Help our researchers continue their work in preventing illness, improving health systems and services creating more effective therapies, and advancing health equality.

I want to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students achieve their potential

Through the Gavin Wanganeen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship fund you can help change the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students through higher education.

News and information

Latest news

Targeting pain after cancer, new focus led by pain experts

Targeting pain after cancer, new focus led by pain experts

["all","cancer"] Cancer is painful and so is cancer treatment. Surviving the disease can also be painful, but this is something an international team of researchers are working to change. Led by pain expert Professor Lorimer Moseley, the team will create a new intervention tool to help cancer...

I overcame pain, now modern pain science is helping cancer survivors

I overcame pain, now modern pain science is helping cancer survivors

["all","cancer"] We all know what pain feels like. Pain is the feeling we get when our brain is trying to make us protect part of our body. This is what makes pain so precious. But sometimes we feel pain even when our body has repaired or is no longer in danger. Our brain is overestimating our...

Pain after cancer: learning to walk the fine line between complacency and paranoia

Pain after cancer: learning to walk the fine line between complacency and paranoia

When Rhea Crighton was told she was in remission seven months after a cervical cancer diagnosis, she thought that a sense of normalcy would return. She didn’t expect that she would need to adjust to persistent pain. Rhea shares her story to bring a spotlight on an important new project led by...

Leading researchers to help cancer survivors reduce persisting pain

Leading researchers to help cancer survivors reduce persisting pain

["all","cancer"] Surviving cancer is a cause for celebration, but for many it is also a time of further recovery and adjusting to changes that affect overall wellbeing, relationships, careers and practical needs. For up to 40% of these individuals, moderate to severe pain becomes a daily reality.

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