Parramatta South campus Provost

The Provost of Parramatta South Campus is Professor Deborah Hatcher, Dean, School of Nursing and Midwifery. The Provost is supported by the Parramatta South Provost Committee to administer the Campus Life Grants initiative and organise an array of celebratory and engaging campus events.

The Parramatta South Provost Committee brings together student and staff representatives who volunteer their time to consider issues affecting our community and promoting opportunities to benefit the campus experience.

Membership of the Committee is diverse with the core group comprising representatives from: Student Council; Student Experience Office; Office of Engagement; Campus Chaplains; Western Unlimited, School and Institute Academics; Office of Estate and Commercial and Campus Safety and Security.


Parramatta is rapidly becoming the heart of Sydney’s business, creative and cultural landscape. Western’s Parramatta campus offers cutting-edge facilities and technology. Gives you access to world-class academics. Connects you to the epicentre of a future yet to be imagined.

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Parramatta South Campus Life Grant

This small grant scheme is open to any student, staff or group wishing to make a viable and sustainable change on the Parramatta South Campus. Campus Life funding:

  • builds and maintain links between Western Sydney University and its external communities, and
  • provides a more vibrant and engaging campus for staff and students.

Grant applications can be received at any time throughout the year (should there be a high-volume of applications CLG budget allocation may be exhausted at any time during the year). Projects need to be carried out within a 12-month time frame.

Funding will not normally be given to activities that are part of the core business of the university.  While it is expected that most grants will be $500 or less, consideration may be given to applications requiring a grant of up to $1000 where there is a sufficiently strong case to do so. In this respect, project ideas that are a precursor to SURF applications are welcome. More information about the Sustainable University Rolling Fund (SURF).

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