Our College is one of the most unique and forward thinking of any residential college in Australia. The Centenary Building & Wensley Wings are state of the art, eco-friendly residential facilities. An example of King’s pursuit of first class educational, accommodation and recreational opportunities for students today, and into the future.
King’s also has a Learning Centre under the guidance of our Director of Learning, which is strong evidence of how seriously our College addresses its vision of supporting its Collegians in their pursuit of academic and career excellence.
But there is much more still to do.
In a contemporary society where the maxim is to conform and to “fit in with the crowd” – King’s is proud to stand out for its focus on excellence. King’s is also proud of its leading role in promoting education, sport, cultural pursuits, career opportunities and community spirit.
We need your help to continue the traditions and legacies of those on whose shoulders we stand today. Please consider supporting the College’s Foundation. We particularly appeal to parents of current students to join with our Old Collegians and support the Foundation as the families of past students have done which has ensured the excellent resources your young people are experiencing today.
Recent studies have shown that the cost of a university education in Australia is set to jump by up to 50-100% by 2023.
The Platinum Club launched in March 2013 by the College Foundation, has set a target to raise $5 million by 2023 to provide scholarships to students in financial need.
We invite you to join.
Your tax deductible gift of $10,000 over the next 10 years will secure Platinum Club Membership and secure the future of young King’s students in financial need.
Donations can be Direct Debited to:-
King’s College Foundation
BSB: 014 002
Acct No: 836583349
To donate using a credit card, please email Ronda Eastall (EA to the Master & Foundation) email@example.com
Please contact the Master, Greg Eddy firstname.lastname@example.org for further information regarding this important initiative.
In 2006 the King’s College Foundation with the support of the Council and the Master established The Wyvern Society.
The Society honours and recognises those who have remembered the College in their Will. It also seeks to acknowledge the pivotal role that they play in securing the future of the College.
The Wyvern was chosen as a symbol for the Society as it holds a special place in the hearts and minds of those who know King’s College. The first Patron of The Wyvern Society was the late Reverend Dr Robert Fulcher, King’s (1938-1941), a former Deputy Master and long term supporter of the College.
Membership of the Wyvern Society is open to anyone who makes a Bequest to the College.
If you would like to make a bequest to the College and become a member of the Wyvern Society OR would like further details on The Wyvern Society and to have a brochure mailed to you please contact the Master, on 3871 9600 or complete this Bequest Contact Form