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$1.5 Million Upgrade to Jordan Building Science Laboratories

The $1.5 Million Upgrade to the Jordan Building Science Laboratories commenced at the end of October 2013. This is an exciting development that will add much to the quality of the USC learning experience.

The redevelopment is scheduled for completion at the commencement of the 2014 academic year and will deliver state of the art laboratories to support Chemistry, Physics and Biology; and more flexible space in a modern physical environment.

 We look forward to keeping you up to date with the progress.

Phase 1: Demolition

Thank you to the following contributors of the Special Building Project Fund

  • Annonymous (3)
  • Foley, Anj
  • Neldner, John

Thank you to the Science Laboratories Founding Benefactors (Special Building Project Fund)

  • Holloway, Bob & Rhonda
  • Liew, Sean & Beatrice
  • USC Old Scholars’ Association
  • Yeatmin, Bonni

If you would like to make a contribution to the Special Building Project or become a Science Laboratories Founding Benefactor, please contact Carmen Bishop, USC Development Officer on 8313 8370 or carmen.bishop@adelaide.edu.au

From the Old Scholars’ Association Committee

“The University Senior College Old Scholars’ Association (USCOSA) has made a donation of $1000 to the USC Building Fund to assist with an upgrade of the Jordan Science Laboratories.  Along with being a means for previous University Senior College students to keep in touch with the school throughout their lives, the USCOSA is committed to supporting current students to achieve their full potential and transition seamlessly into university study.  As many Old Scholars will attest, the world-class facilities at University of Adelaide made available to USC students, go a long way to preparing them for higher education.  The University Senior College Old Scholars’ Association have provided this donation, for which it will receive a plaque to be mounted outside of the science labs, as a symbol of the ongoing relationship between the School and its Old Scholars”.

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