Schools and Programs

Our 10 Academic Schools are key to our success in becoming one of Australia's great teaching, training and research universities.

Key programs within our schools include student support (scholarships, prizes and bursaries), research projects, teaching and learning initiatives and improvements to our on campus facilities.

By working together with our donors, our schools can continue to achieve a high level of excellence and make a substantial difference to our local and global communities.

Learn more about our Academic Schools:

Learn more about our Special Programs:

UNE Art Collection

The UNE Art Collection reflects our regional character and the University's place in the community through its holdings of art by regional artists and artists who have worked in the area, as well as art which reflects themes of importance and of significance to the University.

he University welcomes cash donations and bequests for the benefit of the UNE Art Collection and accepts in-kind gifts of artwork that enhance the Collection and support its educational activities.

How to give

If you would like to support the UNE Art Collection through a monetary gift or bequest please contact:

Office of Advancement
Phone 02 6773 2870

Enquiries regarding proposed in-kind gifts and bequests of artwork should be directed to the:

UNE Art Collection
Phone 02 6773 3037 
Michelle Arens (Manager)

For more information visit UNE Art Collection.

Dixson Library

The University Library welcomes cash donations, bequests, and named endowments to be used to support the growth and development of our library collections.

For further information contact email Belinda Moore or visit Dixson Library Gifts and Donations.

School of Rural Medicine Body Donor Program

A unique gift

Memorial area outside the school of rural medicinePeople who donate their bodies for anatomical examination and/or medical research make an invaluable contribution to the advancement of medical knowledge.  It is a unique gift that helps to promote health and alleviate suffering within the community — a gift that is greatly appreciated by medical researchers, teachers and students alike.

The University of New England offers a Body Donor Programme to the public to help train doctors, surgeons, medical scientists, and other health-related professionals, and, provide our medical students with the best possible education and training.

To receive further information please contact us:

Phone:  02 6773 3087 (Please leave your name and address and we will forward the required documents to register.)