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UniSA Student Hardship Fund COVID19 Appeal

Our most vulnerable students are impacted by the COVID-19 global health crisis in ways we couldn’t have anticipated. They’ve lost their part-time work, they’re cut off from family nationally and internationally, they’re having to adapt to online delivery and massive disruption. Many of them were struggling to make ends meet – balancing work and study – before the health crisis, and find themselves in dire circumstances.

As well as making every effort to provide flexible education solutions for these students the University of South Australia has created a $10 million student hardship fund.

The fund will support all UniSA onshore students through direct grants at all levels of study be they domestic or international, from our Foundation course, through to undergraduate and postgraduate levels and our research students.

At UniSA we look after more than 35,000 students - one third of whom are from disadvantaged backgrounds. If you can do something, however small – make a donation to augment the hardship fund by clicking here.

 

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

How do you want to change the world?

I want to change a student’s life forever

Some of our students face real barriers to success. A UniSA education can be a game-changer.

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.

I want to 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 support The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre

Help bring speakers, activists and change-makers to South Australia to share their wisdom in human and global affairs, or fund research utilising a rich national collection from the Bob Hawke era.

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 take hold of their future

Through the Gavin Wanganeen Scholarship fund, you can help Aboriginal students to obtain a degree and become leaders in our workforce and community.

I want to inspire new ideas in science, art, and innovation

MOD. is a futuristic museum of discovery, provoking new ideas at the intersection of science, art, and innovation. Your gift to MOD. will help inspire young adults about science and technology, and showcase how research is challenging our understanding of the world.

I want to support a leading arts museum and creative centre

Your gift to the Samstag Museum will help to stimulate, challenge and engage audiences and add depth and variety to the visual arts and cultural life of South Australia.

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