Celebrating our supporters
Thank you to each and every person who donates to La Trobe - your gifts help us to Make the Difference.
Recognising the generosity of our supporters is important to us. Read inspiring stories about donors and the change they are supporting below, as well as stories about some of our influential alumni.
La Trobe alumnus Sue Mayes is principal physiotherapist and head of medical at The Australian Ballet.
La Trobe University has awarded eight eminent alumni with the 2017 La Trobe University Distinguished Alumni Award
La Trobe University’s Career Ready Mentoring Program connects the University’s alumni with current students.
La Trobe University alumnus Rona Green has opened her latest exhibition.
La Trobe alumnus Deslea Guppy-Brittan understands the importance of a second chance.
Five-person panel opens up to students about mental-health
New campaign aims to raise funds for research into rare neurological condition.
From Bundoora to Shanghai, Jill Tang is embracing life as an entrepreneur.
La Trobe University researchers swapped the Murray-Darling Basin for the mountains of Cambodia as part of new research.
Thanks to generous donors from La Trobe's alumni community, Sahar can continue her studies.
Thanks to generous support, La Trobe Bendigo student Xiong Han Yong is a step closer to a career in dentistry.
Mark Alexander’s physiotherapy degree opened a world of opportunities.
La Trobe has received significant philanthropic gifts in its 50-year-history.
La Trobe alumnus Dr Katherine Franklin has forged a career in the humanitarian sector, working in Afghanistan and South Sudan.
As La Trobe University celebrates its 50th anniversary, so too does the University’s beloved football club.
La Trobe University alumni are present in almost every facet of Australian public life, with the political sphere no exception.
If you completed a course at La Trobe in 2014, now is your chance to shape higher education for future students.
La Trobe alumnus Michael O’Keeffe has applied the skills he gained as an engineer to the world of business.
An emergency fund for La Trobe students living on campus helped Jack Parwata focus on his future
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