Gifts to CQUniversity support student scholarships and prizes, important research and community projects. Donors have the opportunity to contribute to an established program that needs your support, or to work with us to establish new programs in line with your interests. Our current philanthropy programs focus on areas of significant priority for our students and communities in Central Queensland. These include:
Student Learning Programs
Scholarships and prizes, financial assistance packages and equipment funds can alleviate financial stress, giving students the best opportunity to succeed at university and contribute positively to society after they graduate. Scholarships can be established to fulfill a range of goals. Learn more about ways to can support student learning.
Closing the gap in Indigenous education is a goal shared by CQUniversity and many of our donors and industry partners. Together we've established several programs to actively contribute to the wellbeing and prosperity of Indigenous people in Central Queensland. Learn more about how you can support Indigenous Engagement at CQUniversity.
By supporting research, you could be helping CQUniversity researchers at one of our multidisciplinary research hubs explore key issues affecting Central Queensland and beyond. This includes studies into sleep and fatigue, human factors and safety management, clean energy and regional development. Learn more about how you can support our research.
Our campuses play an important role in many regional communities throughout Central Queensland. Not only do they provide cutting-edge learning spaces for thousands of students each year, they are used by local communities to support business, education, recreation and the arts. Learn more about how you can support our campus enhancement. Learn more about the Mackay Regional Sports Precinct.
"Access to teaching resources is essential for any course; but even more so when it comes to saving lives. As a paramedic student, it's been a huge benefit to have access to the teaching ambulance throughout my degree. It helps make the scenarios more realistic so there are no shocks when we start working in the community." Third year Paramedic Science student Sara Riddle-Matthews on The John Villiers Trust Teaching Ambulance.Learn more about how being a CQUniversity donor can also meet your giving needs.