Established in 1977 by then Chancellor Sir Hermann Black, we aim to:
Our key initiatives are running:
All our members are volunteers, allowing all of the funds raised to go directly to our important projects.
The Committee's contribution to the University is considerable, always seeking to maintain and improve our unique environment and the opportunities available to our students.
There's something for everyone, with our broad range of books including fiction, poetry, art, travel, literature and academic texts, as well as rare and collectable books.
All money raised goes towards our important projects.
|Date||Saturday 12 September to Wednesday 16 September|
|Venue||The Great Hall, Camperdown Campus, the University of Sydney|
We are not currently accepting book donations.
Committee members sort and price donated books throughout the year, and find it to be an interesting and rewarding activity. Additional volunteers, particularly students, are always welcome.
For more information on volunteering, please contact us at email@example.com or +61 2 9351 0017 (Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings).
Find out more about these two bursaries in the 'All faculties and schools' section of the advertised bursaries webpage on the University's current students website.
Find out more about this bursary in the 'Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students' section of the advertised bursaries webpage on the University's current students website.
Find out more about this bursary in the 'Students with a disability' section of the advertised bursaries webpage on the University's current students website.
We also fund a wide range of grants for student and staff initiatives, across many different areas of the University. Examples of the initiatives we support include:
If you would like to sponsor a bursary or a grant, please contact us.
Joining the committee is a wonderful way to engage with the University and its students, and use your talents to improve the University community.
Volunteer opportunities include staffing the Gift Shop, assisting with the Book Fair, and helping to organise occasional social and fundraising functions.