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New College

Established in 1962, New College is one of the leading centres in North America for social justice, equity, and diversity education. Unlike other institutions, the College offers students many opportunities to test their classroom lessons in the real world ' through both local and international internships and community placements. Our courses deal with a wide array of important issues, from food security in Toronto to HIV/AIDS education in Africa, and the expectation is that our students will graduate with the necessary tools to be able to tackle some of the world's greatest dilemmas.

For more information on giving to New College, please call 416-978-0310 or email alison.liddell@utoronto.ca



Thanks to donors like you, I’ve received awards that have enabled me to continue my studies and pursue my research into the narratives of Indigenous and Black female survivors of violence. The fundamental goal of my research is to help improve the treatment and living conditions of women who seek refuge in shelters by sharing their stories and, ultimately, to facilitate more equitable relations between social service providers and those they serve.

I am so grateful for the opportunity your generosity has afforded me, to share narratives of women that are often not spoken about or recognized, raising awareness, finding solutions and impacting people’s lives in the future. Not to mention, donor support has helped me develop new research tools to create critical theoretical frameworks to shape my project.

New College is a special place with a strong sense of community that cultivates diversity and is committed to international human rights, community-engaged learning and social justice issues. Thank you for your support in helping me complete my education and build a better tomorrow.

Jandell-Jamela Nicholas
(Honours Bachelor of Arts, expected 2018)

African Studies Director's Excellence Fund

The African Studies at New College is the largest undergraduate program in Canada. It offers students the opportunity to study African societies, cultures and histories through interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary lenses at three different levels of specialization. Your gift to the African Studies will help strengthen our curriculum and support the highest program priorities.

Caribbean Studies Excellence Fund

The Caribbean Studies at New College offers students an interdisciplinary approach to the study of Caribbean history, society, economy and culture. Courses in the program deal with a wide range of issues including gender, religion, politics, culture, ethnicity, race, development, language, colonialism and regional common markets. Your gift to the Caribbean Studies program will support the highest program priorities.

Equity Studies Director's Trust

The Equity Studies at New College is an interdisciplinary program which focuses on social justice theory and practice in a variety of local and global contexts. Areas of study include disability, anti-racism, social advocacy, global food systems, global health and transnational labour. Your gift to the Equity Studies program will strengthen our ability to bring together scholarship, community work and activism in a unique approach to undergraduate education that values student experiential learning.

Annual Fund

Donations to this fund support students and faculty through the area of greatest need.

Dr. James Kam Chiu Wong Memorial Scholarship in Philosophy

In loving memory of Dr. James Wong. To be awarded annually to a New College student studying philosophy based on financial need. Preference to students born outside of Canada.

The Donald G. Ivey Scholarship in Physics

Student Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries

Improvement of Student Space

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21 King's College Circle
Toronto ON M5S 3J3