NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House
The Kent Ridge Guild House is managed by the National University of Singapore Society (NUSS). Click here to learn more about NUSS.
Benefactors' Foyer (Level 2)
Alumni and friends of NUS who made contributions of at least $100 and the Founding Benefactors
who contributed $20,000 each are recognised at the Benefactors’ Foyer.
The Waterway (Level 1)
Take some time to walk through this special gallery with its seven themes, highlighting different
aspects of the University's history and its relationship with its alumni.
The Alumni Terrace is an open courtyard between the Shaw Foundation Alumni House and the
NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House. The Faculty Square and the Confluence are both at the Alumni Terrace.
The Faculty Square comprises marble sculptures representing NUS' faculties and schools.
The sculptures were carved by NUS alumni, students and staff under the guidance of renowned sculptor Chong Fah Cheong (Arts & Social Sciences '71).
The Confluence is a free-standing stainless-steel sculpture. Its five interlocking rings signify waves
of energy, converging at a single point that symbolises NUS' commitment to facilitate academic discourse and the intellectual pursuit of new ideas.
NUS has gone through a series of six transformations, evolving into one of Asia's leading educational institutions.
Each of these milestones, from our beginnings as the King Edward VII College of Medicine (1905) to the NUS we see today, is marked at The Provenance, an installation of six boulders that you will see when you walk or drive in to the Shaw Foundation Alumni House.