Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
- Philanthropic organisation and Social support organisation
- Alternative Names
- Sydney University Settlement (subsequent name, 1913 - c. 1973)
- Sydney University Settlement Neighbourhood Centre (subsequent name, c. 1973 - )
The Sydney University Women's Society was established in 1891 with the object of assisting "anyone requiring and deserving help".
Among other activities, members of the Society worked at Lewisham Hospital, Newington asylum for aged women, the Woolloomooloo girls' club and the Harrington Street night school for girls at Millers Point.
Today the re-named Sydney University Settlement Neighbourhood Centre works primarily with the Aboriginal community and other disadvantaged groups in Chippendale, Redfern, Darlington and Waterloo.