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18 October 2019

Announcement: next Principal

Appointment of Dr Tiffany Donnelly BA (Hons) MA PhD as next Principal of The Women’s College On behalf of the Council of The Women’s College within the University of Sydney, I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Tiffany Donnelly as the fourteenth Principal of our College. Following a thorough selection process Dr […]

21 November 2018

New Council Members announced

Five positions on the Women’s College Council have been confirmed from the recent election. In addition to the re-election of Sally Auld [1990-93] and Jennifer Davidson [1990-92], three new members have been confirmed for 2019: Jane Oakeshott [Women’s College 1979-83; Senior Student 1983] Deputy Director – Relationship Management, Campus Infrastructure Services, The University of Sydney […]

7 September 2018

Enhancing Opportunities for College Cooperation

St Paul’s College and The Women’s College within the University of Sydney are working closely on increased practical cooperation between the colleges to further improve the all-round educational experience of students in both colleges. For over 125 years, the two colleges have been partners in collegiate education for all their students. This partnership is evident […]

29 November 2017

Report to The Women’s College on Cultural Renewal

Wednesday 29 November 2017 The Chair of Council, Julie McKay, announces the release of the Report to the Women’s College on Cultural Renewal following the release of the Cultural Renewal at The University of Sydney Residential Colleges report, by Elizabeth Broderick & Co. Ms McKay’s announcement is here The Report to the Women’s College on […]

29 November 2017

Elizabeth Broderick releases reports on College culture

Wednesday 29 November 2017 Today Elizabeth Broderick & Co. released the report on the Cultural Renewal project at the University of Sydney Residential Colleges. Elizabeth Broderick & Co.’s media release is here

29 November 2017

University of Sydney Cultural Renewal Project 2017

Wednesday 29 November 2017 Today Elizabeth Broderick & Co. together with the University of Sydney released the overarching report on cultural renewal for the five University of Sydney colleges involved in the Project. The University of Sydney’s media release is here Link to the overarching report is here  

15 September 2016

Apply for a scholarship

Applications for scholarships to Women’s College close at 5pm on Tuesday 4 October 2022 and prospective students to the College are encouraged to apply. The College offers a range of scholarships to students from rural and regional areas and government schools, in addition to students from Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds, post graduate medical […]

25 August 2016

Message from the Chair and Principal

25 August 2016 This Saturday the Women’s College Open Day is an opportunity for our extensive community, friends and future students to visit and experience the ‘Women’s College Advantage’. Our hope is that all our visitors leave with a strong sense of our commitment to developing female leaders — young women who are confident, self-aware […]

1 August 2016

Learned Leadership

Women’s College students attending our annual leaderships seminars spent the morning learning the secrets of the graduate recruitment panel last weekend when presenters Lucy Nowland (Executive Director, Human Capital Management, Goldman Sachs) and Chris Franklin (Partner and Principal Consultant, Advalore Partners) held their Employability Workshop at College. More than sixty students signed up to the […]

13 July 2016

New Alumnae President

The Women’s College Alumnae Association has elected Prof Jakelin Troy as its new President. Jaky attended College 1980-82, 85 and is currently Director of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research at the University of Sydney. She is a Ngarigu woman whose country is the NSW Snowy Mountains. Jaky has studied widely in Australia, Japan and […]


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