Help Us Make a Difference
For some students, particularly those from regional areas, attending a College can mean the difference between achieving tertiary qualification or not. The College aims to provide an exceptional university experience. The reality is that, for some, they are unfortunately unable to afford that experience. Therefore, the College is trying to bridge the gap for residents who may find themselves in financial hardship, whether that be from the impact of COVID-19 or other personal reasons.
If you are a past resident, we are certain that you fondly reminisce about the years when you once lived on Tommy grounds. A time when you would have made life-long friends and amazing memories. As we seek to grow our offering we hope that future residents, who may otherwise have missed out, will get to experience our wonderful community and create their own memories, just like you did.
Here at Tommy we believe in our residents and their education. We believe that by supporting less privileged students to be able to gain the support that the College offers will achieve a brighter future for them and for the society in which we live.
With the cumulative power of giving we can achieve great things, together.
Ways in which you can contribute
Currently, the College endeavours to provide a small number of scholarships however, the money necessarily comes out of operational funds. With a view to expanding the available scholarships and to ensure their ongoing sustainability, the College has established the St Thomas More College Scholarship Fund. It is envisaged that this fund will grow over time and that the proceeds from it will provide opportunity for many more students than is currently possible.
You can assist us in this mission by clicking the “Donate Here” button to the right. Your generosity would be greatly appreciated.
Confidential enquiries with respect to the Scholarship Fund and prospective bequests can be made with the Director of Finance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 9386 0111.