Murdoch University was founded on an ethos of providing pathways into higher education for people who had previously been excluded. We are immensely proud of this tradition, and as we approach our 50th anniversary celebrations, this ethos is as strong as ever.
We are launching an exciting new initiative to support access to university education for greater numbers of rural and remote students.
Celebrating 50 years of Murdoch
Help raise more than $250,000 for undergraduate students (including First Nations students) living in regional or remote areas who may be experiencing financial hardship.
There is a real need for a scholarship program like this one.
We currently offer 30 donor funded undergraduate scholarships at Murdoch and remain deeply appreciative of the individuals making these possible. Of these scholarships however, we currently only offer one rural, regional and remote undergraduate scholarship.
For previously rural-based scholarship students like Hayley Hills (Bachelor of Agricultural Science: Major Crop and Pasture), a scholarship made an enormous difference:
For Morgan Gurry (Bachelor of Science/Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), a scholarship was transformational for her education and future:
Join us by making a gift today towards this special initiative to support our rural, regional, and remote students wishing to come to Murdoch University and take the first big step in their higher education journeys.
If you would like to make this a regular gift, please call our office on (08) 9360 6211 or email us.