The University of Tasmania Foundation is the vital fundraising arm of the University. Its activities help to ensure our University remains a vibrant institution - a leader in education that produces quality graduates and research connected to the businesses and industries of Tasmania.
Gifts to the Foundation promote excellence, innovation and participation. Support from our alumni and friends is critically important to ensure that the University continues to fulfil its mission as Tasmania's university and is able to make a significant contribution to the cultural, economic and social development of the state.
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Last year, the University of Tasmania Foundation helped dozens of students reach an academic goal they never thought possible. Read more.
But the job is never finished. Please give generously.
The long-term future of the Tim Hawkins Memorial Scholarship has been secured with the announcement of an $86,000 grant from the State Government.
The Attorney-General, Brian Wightman, himself a proud UTAS alumnus, made the announcement at a function in the University Club organised by the Advancement Office and attended by members of the Hawkins family.
Lawyer and humanitarian honoured at Foundation dinner
The Foundation Graduate Award for 2014 is awarded to Andrew MacLeod. Read more.
Old Hobartian Centenary Scholarship
2013 marks the centenary of the founding of Hobart High School and its successor institutions, Hobart Matriculation College and Hobart College. To celebrate the significant milestone, the Old Hobartian Association has launched an appeal to raise the capital funds needed to create a perpetual scholarship.
The Old Hobartian Centenary Scholarship from 2013 onwards will annually support students graduating from Hobart College to study in any discipline at the University of Tasmania.
Read more or Donate online
Leo Cooper-White Memorial Scholarship Appeal
The family and friends of Leo Cooper-White, together with the UTAS Foundation, are seeking support for the Leo Cooper-White Memorial Scholarship Appeal which will establish a scholarship at the University of Tasmania’s School of Visual and Performing Arts (SVPA). Leo was a third year student at the UTAS School of Visual and Performing Arts. On 18 March 2011, Leo’s life was cut short in a tragic accident. We are aiming to raise $30,000 which the UTAS Foundation has agreed to match dollar for dollar. Read more | Donate now | Download Donation Form (PDF 46.8KB).
CODES International Education Fund
The CODES International Education Fund has been established to provide education and training in the fields of geoscience and ore deposit research.
Invest in one of the most sought-after resources...world class Geoscientists.
The late Dr Judith Homeshaw was a loved and respected member of staff in the School of Government. Family, friends and colleagues have launched an appeal to raise funds to create an annual scholarship in her name for a student entering an honours course at UTAS. The Dr Judith Homeshaw Scholarship will support a student in any faculty whose thesis will relate to those areas which Judith was passionate about: Women's participation in the contemporary Australian public sphere with respect to any of: work and employment; government; politics; health care; or science. Donate Online | Download Donation Form (PDF 34.8KB).
Arthur Cobbold Memorial Lecture Appeal
No early alumnus of the UTAS School of Medicine needs an introduction to Arthur Cobbold. From 1964, when he arrived as Foundation Professor of Physiology, to his retirement 21 years later – with 13 of those years as Dean of Medicine – he very much shaped the School and the lives of many of those in it. It is a fitting memorial to the late Professor Cobbold that an annual lecture on contemporary medical issues will again influence medical thinking in Tasmania and that the support to endow this lecture in perpetuity will come from those who were themselves most closely influenced by his work and mentorship. Read more | Donate now | Download Brochure and Donation Form (PDF 1.3MB)