Formal Dinner with Stephen Foley, Head of College at St Leo’s
Wednesday 12 October 2016
Stephen Foley is the Head of St Leo’s College, a residential college on the University of Queensland campus. It was founded in 1917.
Originally from Toowoomba, Foley attended Downlands College and is a graduate of the University of Queensland. Previous to being appointed as Head, he was the vice-rector of St Leo’s College from 2009 to 2011.
St Leo’s College aims to foster a good environment for young men who will go on to make a lasting and positive impact on society and business. It is currently home to over 200 students.
As Head, Foley is responsible for the overall management of the College, its development and growth, and the management and welfare of students and staff. He also maintains the college’s relationship with the Church, the university and the wider community.