At UniSA, we provide our students, staff and community with high quality infrastructure that supports opportunities to learn and reflect, and encourages interaction among colleagues, peers and partners. Our teaching facilities are shaping contemporary and future workplace environments, and we have invested in cutting-edge technologies and modern interactive spaces for our community to access and enjoy.

Our campuses, buildings, museums and galleries are a tangible expression of our commitment to engage meaningfully with the community. By partnering with UniSA, you can help inspire the next generation and have a long-lasting effect on the future of education in South Australia.

The Enterprise Hub can facilitate a partnership, benefaction or philanthropic gift, or can discuss with you the many ways to activate our enterprising spaces. Discover how you can support our spaces and venues, or contact us for more information or to discuss your options.

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Invest in high-profile campus spaces and public engagement

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Create lifelong impact

Enable the development of innovative facilities for learning and engagement

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Inspire future generations

Encourage original ideas and disruption across science, art and innovation

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Create a legacy

Support the places that encourage bold ideas, creative thinking and emerging technology

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Build tomorrow’s campus

UniSA has invested $400+ million in cutting-edge facilities and modern education spaces

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Honour a legacy with a named building

Pridham Hall at nightIn 2014, UniSA commenced construction of the new heart of the University and a place where thousands of memories would be made, the Great Hall. In October 2016, the Great Hall became known as Pridham Hall following a remarkable $5 million benefaction from The Pridham Foundation, which administers the philanthropic activities of one of South Australia’s most successful sons, Andrew Pridham and his family.

UniSA welcomes benefactions and will consider naming rights of existing and new buildings, equipment and infrastructure to honour the generosity of the donor, as well as the achievements that have enabled the generosity. Contributions for naming rights of buildings commence from 10% of the structural cost for a 15-year naming rights commitment, while in perpetuity options for major new buildings are also negotiable.

Named places, spaces and programs 

Researchers in a labEducation is evolving to keep pace with technological change, and UniSA delivers a world-class learning experience with campus facilities and programs that are second to none. Your gift or sponsorship could help create innovative education spaces and cutting-edge facilities. A naming rights sponsorship can assist in the development of first-rate facilities and programs such as advanced laboratory facilities, specialised technical equipment, or extensive library collections, all integrated with the latest technology.  

Support the intersection of art and science at MOD.

A sphere projection of Mars at MOD.A futuristic place of discovery, MOD. is Australia’s leading future-focused museum. MOD. engages young adults through science and technology, recognising that many future industries will be largely reliant on people with skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

You can inspire upcoming generations by partnering to support MOD. In its mission to provoke new ideas at the intersection of art, science and innovation. By supporting MOD. you will be helping to engage the next generation through interactive technology, and can challenge their understanding of the world. Your donation will help to grow MOD.’s public programs, events and workshops, or purchase new exhibits or technologies.

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Support contemporary visual art at Samstag

Two people looking at an art exhibitionSamstag Museum of Art is a leading creative centre, recognised nationally for its outstanding artistic programming. Established in 2007, Samstag reflects the University’s determination to make a dynamic contribution to the intellectual and cultural life of South Australia and to the Australian tertiary education sector.

Samstag’s core funding is provided by the University of South Australia, however, it relies on partnerships and a variety of funding sources to develop and extend its programs and community engagement.

Your donation or partnership can help the Samstag Museum of Art to stimulate, challenge and engage its audiences with a program of bold and dynamic exhibitions, publications, and artist-led events that shape the visual arts and positively impact the cultural life of South Australia.

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Build the future at the Hawke Centre

The Hawke BuildingThe Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre is a community-focused centre devoted to generating ideas and solutions to achieve cohesive, sustainable societies. The Hawke Centre inspires learning and engagement through public activities including lectures, seminars, and exhibitions.

Your donation or partnership can help to grow and deliver this independent program of public events that embody the Hawke Centre’s fundamental themes of strengthening our democracy, valuing our diversity and building our future. Your support could help bring notable speakers to South Australia to share their experience in human affairs and stimulate new ideas on the future of our nation and the world we live in.

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