Faculty and Staff Giving

Passion Beyond Profession

As an NUS faculty and staff member, you are the University’s passionate advocate. You invest your talent and time to play a direct or indirect role in grooming tomorrow’s movers and shakers.

Make a personal gift to NUS through the Annual Giving programme, as an affirmation of your commitment to our community. With your philanthropic support, NUS will be able to continue to offer rewarding opportunities to our students, attract talent to nurture them, and deliver research outcomes with positive societal impact.

Why Your Gift Matters

Faculty and Staff Giving sends an important message to NUS alumni and partners. Your participation signifies that those closest to the ground believe in the University’s mission. Your authentic endorsement serves as a powerful motivator to alumni and partners to invest in NUS too.

When more rally together to give to NUS, the collective impact on our community and beyond will be more significant. In Academic Year 2017, 4,646 bursaries and scholarships were awarded.

“I hold cherished memories of my student years in NUS, and I hope my modest contribution can expand opportunities for supporting worthy students. Studying at NUS also opened up a life-transforming career journey for me and it is my wish it will be the same for the beneficiaries of NUS Giving.”
Mr Maurice Tan (’91)
Adjunct Senior Lecturer, Department of Marketing, NUS Business School is a donor to the Leong Siew Meng Memorial Fund, set up in honour of his former professor.


How to Give

Participate in Faculty and Staff Giving, and make a difference to our community by clicking here.

Besides giving by cheque or credit card, you can give conveniently via payroll deduction.

You can also give by submitting a completed gift form.

Giving News

Engineering students supported by generous alumni through bursaries

To commemorate 25 years since graduation, the NUS Mechanical Engineering (ME) Class of 1990 set up the ME90 Bursary to support ME students who are in financial need.

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