Western receives $1million donation from Harvey Norman
Western Sydney University has received a generous donation from Harvey Norman Holdings Limited, its Chair Gerry Harvey and Chief Executive Katie Page. The University is a proud beneficiary of their continued support since 2014, which has already enabled 50 students to undertake degrees on full scholarships.The impact of this new donation will be significant, likely to support at least another 50 students to pursue studies at the University, making a significant investment in their own future and that of the communities in which they live.
Professor Peter Shergold AC, Chancellor together with Professor Barney Glover, Vice Chancellor are delighted that Harvey Norman, Katie and Gerry have decided to make Western Sydney University’s Scholarships Fund the beneficiary of this significant donation. They offer their sincerest thanks on behalf of the University for the generous and ongoing support.
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