The mission of St John’s College includes the commitment to providing opportunities for higher education to people who are less advantaged. By increasing the number of scholarships offered, students who could not otherwise attend St John’s will be given this life-changing opportunity. This is particularly true for groups such as rural and regional students, Indigenous students, and students from low socio-economic circumstances and low-fee Catholic schools. Raising funds for young Catholic men and women who do not have the means to come to St John’s is strongly aligned to the College’s mission.
Noah Coomas is the proud recipient of the Harvey Indigenous Scholarship for 2021/2022. He is currently studying for a Bachelor of Arts/Law (majoring in Politics) at the University of Sydney. He has graciously shared with the College his family's personal journey and how this has shaped the person he is today. Noah's enthusiasm, determination and humble gratitude is an inspiration to us all, and we encourage you to read his story.
We invite you to read more about the scholarships and bursaries we have on offer and explore your particular areas of interest. a robust scholarship program ensures that we have a diverse and talented student body that will be well-equipped to take on the challenges of the future and contribute to a dynamic society. Philanthropy is a personal journey, and we are grateful for your consideration of a gift. For more information, email our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 2 9394 5000 for a confidential, obligation-free discussion.