College of Science Community Project (COSCP)

Science education activities

Having raised $5,060, exceeding the $5,000 fundraising goal in less than 15 days, COSCP was able to carry out their plan of hosting a virtual science camp for several student care centres. Through the activities of this science camp, COSCP hopes to provide an opportunity for these children to learn about science in a fun and engaging way.

With 43 volunteers comprising CoS faculty, staff and students, the COSCP virtual science camp was held from 13 to 17 December 2021 over Zoom. 135 students from 4 different student care centres across Singapore participated.

Over the course of the 5-day virtual science camp, the volunteers guided the children through various science activities and experiments. The activities included Covid-19 education, basic geology and the science behind earthquakes and volcanoes, and terrarium building. Read more about the science education activities here


  • Donation is open throughout the year! Please click here to donate.
  • Select “Education and Student Life – CoS Student Community Activities Fund” to make your donation.
  • The donation is tax-deductible and the deduction will be automatically included in your tax assessment if you have provided your tax reference number (e.g. NRIC/FIN/UEN). You do not need to claim the deduction in your tax form.




With a vision to foster a college culture of giving back to the society, the College of Science Community Project (COSCP) was officially launched in September 2021. It is a staff-and-students volunteerism initiative supported by College of Science (CoS) and championed by student leaders. It aims to provide a platform for CoS to come together to promote a more caring society.

Through annual fundraising campaign and community activities, we hope to achieve the following project objectives as OneCoS:   

  • Create social impact
  • Foster camaraderie within CoS
  • Build a college culture of empathy and social responsibility
  • Improve one’s well-being and mental health
  • Promote and educate on science and sustainability

Amidst the pandemic, many of us are facing challenges in one way or another while living in our own little bubble to stay safe. However, this should not hinder us from lending a helping hand. By sharing our knowledge and doing good, CoS hopes that the beneficiaries can gain insights on what is happening around them and be rewarded intellectually and emotionally.

The fundraising campaign and community activities are open to all CoS faculty, staff, students and alumni. Do join us in playing our part to make a difference… stay tuned for more updates!

Thanks to the COSCP Student Leaders in making this possible!

  • Chan Jun Hong Jonathan (CHEM Year 3)
  • Ho Sheng Zhen Damien (ESPP Year 2)
  • Lee Hsin Yee (BS Year 2)
  • Nicole Yeo (CHEM Year 3)
  • Song Shu Min Leticia (CHEM Year 3)
  • Vanessa Lunardi (BS Year 2)
  • Wee Su Fen (EESS Year 2)

“It is heart-warming to see the deep reserves that we have grown as a cohesive and resilient nation state. This is the spirit of SG Together in action – a community of deeds, where we support one another, combine our various strengths and make sure no one is left behind.”

Quoted from Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat,

in The Straits Times on 16 October 2020

 For enquiries with regards to this project, you may contact Ms Irene Tay at [email protected]