St Hilda's College was founded with a pioneering spirit and the generosity of an egalitarian group of women and men, led by Alice Paton, who believed in education equality and opportunity
Providing an excellent educational offering in quality facilities doesn't come cheap. St Hilda’s students are the beneficiaries of scholarships, general financial assistance, donations and bequests. The generosity of our community allows talented young people a chance to realize their full potential.
Alumni and esteemed colleagues connect with us and share their time, skills and wisdom to enhance the development of the St Hilda’s community. We benefit from extensive networks of people who deliver insightful presentations, mentor our students or offer industry internships to develop career pathways.
Scholarships are the lifeblood of any educational institution, providing valued opportunities to transform lives and spur students to greater achievement. There are different ways to to establish a scholarship at St Hilda’s College, which can be tailored to your interests and circumstances.
The College actively engages with our community to explore new opportunities for students. All gifts large or small. are welcome to the College Scholarship Fund anytime.
Fully expended scholarship
A sum is donated annually and fully expended during the year of the gift. A minimum of $5,000 would support a student who requires financial assistance.
The minimum amount required to establish an endowment is $50,000. This is based on a calculation, over long term, income generated from capital investment will be used to fund the purpose.
If you would like to know more about establishing a new scholarship, we would be delighted to hear from you.
St Hilda's College is a living community and residential college on campus at the University of Melbourne.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Wurrundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the land upon which our college is situated. We pay our respect to all the Elders of Indigenous students who call St Hilda’s home. We also acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of our community, the University of Melbourne, and the wider world.