Real impacts on campus and beyond
Benefactors leave a lasting legacy to Bond University’s campus and community. Wherever you walk, and whoever you meet, you will see, hear and feel how our donors are helping to deliver a life-changing educational experience for our students.
The generosity of donors has an immediate impact on the life of our most promising young people. It may be that students need financial assistance to pay their tuition fees, or to undertake a research degree, or to participate in a volunteering project or internship relevant to their degree. Both the need of young people and the opportunity to make a massive difference in life cannot be understated.
As graduates, our students will ultimately implement what they have learnt at Bond in the workplace and the wider community; ensuring your donation will have an on-going impact and will change our world for the better.
Our generous donors have funded Bond’s world class facilities, resources and research centres; providing spaces and technologies that enhance the Bond learning experience and helping to break new ground in medical treatments, business analytics, global legal practices, international relations and more.
The ADCO Amphitheatre and Alumni Court
This dynamic multipurpose entertainment area overlooking Lake Orr sets the perfect scene for live music concerts, plays, debates and performances.
With thanks to: ADCO Constructions
The Abedian School of Architecture
This spectacular teaching facility is inspiring a new generation of architects, planners and builders to tackle the issues of climate change, globalisation, urbanisation and more.
With thanks to: Soheil Abedian, Executive Chairman of the Sunland Group
The Balnaves Foundation Multimedia Learning Centre
A technology-rich study centre, where students learn to work individually, in partnerships and in teams on real world case studies.
With thanks to: Dr Neil Balnaves AO and The Balnaves Foundation
The John & Alison Kearney Main Library & Law Library
Equipped with the latest electronic reference and research materials, our libraries connect students to an infinite array of learning resources by providing links to teaching libraries in every corner of the world.
With thanks to: Dr John F. and Dr Alison Kearney QC AM
The Gregor Heiner Lecture Theatre
The main teaching facility in the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine is the start of the journey towards producing a new generation of health professionals and scientists who will change the face of medicine and medical treatments.
With thanks to: Dr Darryl Gregor and Dr Peter Heiner
The David Weedon Pathology Museum
This exceptional collection of biological specimens is a vital resource to the Health Sciences & Medicine Faculty staff, students and researchers as they develop new understandings and approaches to health practices.
With thanks to: Pathologist Dr David Weedon
Bond University is home to Australia’s largest collection of contemporary Indigenous art on public display. The Corrigan Walk Art Tour highlights a selection of the multi-million-dollar collection and ensures that our First Nations’ culture and stories are part of everyday life at Bond.
With thanks to: Dr Patrick Corrigan AM and his generous circle of art patrons and benefactors
Basil Sellers Theatre
Bond University’s largest lecture theatre is the heart of the Bond community: a first meeting place for student orientation events; a gathering place for information sessions; a learning place for lectures; and a community place for forums, discussions, conferences and special events.
With thanks to: Philanthropist Mr Basil Sellers AM
Cecil and Ida Green University Club and Restaurant
The Cecil and Ida Green University Club and Restaurant sets the standard as a five-star dining, function and meeting venue, overlooking Lake Orr and our spectacular campus. Welcoming students, staff and the wider community, it is in demand for formal luncheons, speaker events, wedding receptions and award presentations.
With thanks to: Philanthropists Cecil and Ida Green
Dr John Kearney Anatomy Lab
Gold Coast ophthalmologist, Dr John Kearney OAM is impacting the next generation of medical students through the funding of a dedicated fellowship in clinical skills, the purchase of anatomy and clinical skills equipment, laboratory training and research, and programs to enhance the clinical skills of staff, students and researchers.
With thanks to: Dr John Kearney OAM