The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) offers the most comprehensive range of humanities and social sciences courses in this part of the world and is one of the largest faculties at NUS. FASS has a total of over 6,000 students, with 1,600 enrolling in the faculty every year.
Your gift will certainly have an immeasurable impact on the lives of our students. All gifts will go towards supporting financially needy students through provision of scholarships, bursaries as well as emergency aid. No gift is too small and we greatly appreciate the support provided by all our alumni and friends. If you are a Singapore tax resident, you will enjoy a tax deduction which is 2.5 times [250%] of the value of the gift. Click here to read up an article in the FASS blog on FASS student champions.
FASS Graduate Students HELP Fund
By giving to this fund, you enable the Dean to channel resources to where it is most needed.
FASS Student Advancement Bursary Fund
Allow students to develop their full potential and not be disadvantaged by their financial situation. The fund provides for bursaries and emergency aid in case of an unexpected crisis. This Fund has enabled the Faculty to award more than 100 bursaries since its inception in 2007.
FASS Student Leadership Fund (NEW!)
The FASS Student Leadership Fund is set up, in commemoration of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences' (FASS) 85th Anniversary, and will be used to confer Awards in recognition of student leaders who contribute beyond academic excellence, demonstrate student life leadership, foster experiential learning, enhance outreach activities within FASS and the wider community and who exemplify the "i-NUS qualities".
NUS Economics Alumni Bursary Fund
The NUS Economics Alumni Bursary Fund provides bursaries to students who major in Economics and are assessed by NUS administrators to be needy. Your gifts will enable us to help students to develop to their full potential and not be disadvantaged by their financial situation.
Ong Chit Chung Memorial Scholarship Fund
Honour the memory of Dr Ong Chit Chung, an exemplary FASS alumnus and former lecturer, by making a gift to support bright undergraduate students at the Faculty.