Scholarships, Bursaries and Assistance for Current Residents (2nd year and above)
Henderson Country Student Scholarship for Returning Residents
The Ben Henderson Country Student Scholarships were specifically created for rural South Australian students (living approximately 200k from CBD), attending university in Adelaide and living at Lincoln College.
The Henderson Country Student Scholarship for Returning Residents requires the recipient to meet the financial need criterion (a hurdle criterion), whilst exemplifying the notion of “good character”, academic competency and contribution to community life. Benefactor Ben Henderson's intention was to give others a chance to succeed and to “do good” in the world.
the application form for the Henderson Scholarship for Returning Residents.
Deadline for scholarship applications Friday 6 December 2013, 4pm
The Lincoln College Bursary Scheme aims to give financial assistance to eligible and worthy residents at Lincoln College towards their accommodation fees. In particular we realise that different financial pressures apply to distinct groups and their families within the College demographic such as
- Residents who are in genuine financial need
- Residents from remote areas who have to move away from home to study
- Residents with a disability
For returning residents to Lincoln College: a limited number of Bursaries of 4-8 weeks accommodation rebate are available to Residents who can demonstrate that they are in financial need.
Returning residents are also eligible for the Rev Arthur Strange Bursary for residents from rural South Australia and the Alumni Association Bursary for residents who have contributed significantly to the spirit and life of the College in the previous year.
the application form for the Bursaries (Returners).
Deadline for bursary applications Friday 31 January 2014, 4pm!
Details of the selection criteria, the conditions of award and the forms of application are also available from the College Office.
Please contact the College office for more information on +61 8 8290 6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Frank Hambly Memorial Scholarship
(2nd year and above)
The Frank Hambly Memorial Scholarships were established to commemorate the service to Lincoln College of the Reverend William Frank Hambly, M.A., D.D., Master of the College from its inception in 1952 to his death in 1972. The two scholarships are awarded to recognise and encourage academic excellence.
Jubilee Scholarship (2nd year and above)
The Jubilee Scholarship was instituted by the Council of the College to celebrate 50 years of continuous service to university students in South Australia since the opening of the College by the Methodist Church in 1952. The award has been made possible by the generosity of past collegians who have contributed to a Jubilee Scholarship Fund. The Scholarship is intended to reward all-round performance in terms of academic achievement and contribution to the community life of the College.
Andrew Smith Scholarship (2nd year and above)
Andrew Smith was a resident student at Lincoln College from 1958-1963, and graduated M.B., from the University of Adelaide. He joined the Lincoln College Council in 1973, served as Secretary of the Council in 1976 and became Chairman in 1978, a position from which he retired in 1985. In 1986 he was made a life member of Lincoln College. His association with the College is honoured in the establishment of this scholarship.
Jane Smith Scholarship (2nd year and above)
Named after the wife of alumnus Dr Andrew Smith the Jane Smith Scholarship will be awarded annually to an outstanding resident Lincolnite who contributes consistently to collegiate life whilst maintaining a good academic record at University. Dr Jane Smith has been a great supporter of the Lincoln College community and we are delighted to offer a scholarship in her honour.
Colombo Spirit Scholarship
(2nd year and above)
This scholarship, is to be awarded annually to a resident who embodies the wonderful spirit of the many Colombo Scholars who have made such an important contribution to Australian culture and to their home culture. In particular the focus is on community building, anti-discrimination, cultural diversity and friendship, all within a solid academic framework. This scholarship is not only a symbolic gesture of intercultural respect, it is a practical way to support residents who will make a positive change in the world, in the way that many Colombo scholars have done.
Deadline for scholarship applications TBA!
For further information about applying for scholarships please contact the college office on +61 8 8290 6000 or email@example.com.
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