UP Vice-Chancellor launches the Tuks Scholarship Fund
Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Professor Cheryl de la Rey, is the first to donate to the newly established Tuks Scholarship Fund. This pioneering initiative aims to support talented and deserving students from all backgrounds to enrol at the University – and to complete their studies – without being constrained by concerns about being unable to afford fees and resource their upkeep.
Many deserving students are constrained by their inability to afford higher education and, as a result, the country as a whole is deprived of the contribution they could possibly make if they were provided with the opportunity to access and complete their studies.
The Tuks Scholarship Fund is designed as a strategic, long-term solution to alleviate some of the financial strain caused by a shortage of funding for tertiary education.
The University of Pretoria is committed to supporting its students academically and otherwise, and help them to make the most of the opportunities that a higher education experience offers to develop their talents optimally. Professor Cheryl de la Rey appeals to all University of Pretoria staff, students and alumni to join her in making a regular contribution to elevate the chances of success of its students.
Friends of the University, industry partners, parents of students and members of the public are also encouraged to support the steady growth of this fund.
The Tuks Scholarship Fund – Your Generosity in Action
Whatever the level of your giving – from a few rands per year to a hundred thousand or more – your support is valued by the University of Pretoria and the deserving beneficiaries of your generosity.
The Tuks Scholarship Fund has been designed to recognise and respond to four categories of giving, outlined in the table below. Please take a little time to see how you can make a big difference in the lives of the next generation of South Africa’s leaders.
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