Applications for the equitable access scholarship for 2019 are now open
This scholarship is for a student who is currently living in a residential community and due to their location, hardship or financial circumstances may be unable to attend National Conference. Applicants who hold a leadership position within their residence for 2020 will be viewed favourably, however this is not required. It is important to note that the Equity Scholarship is to the value of the full delegate fee and includes a travel allowance.
In order to apply for the Equitable Access Scholarship, students must be living in a residential community in 2020 and:
can prove financial disadvantage;
lives in a residence in a regional, rural or remote location (ie outside a capital city, with the exception of Darwin);
is affected by a medical condition, or a disability.;
can prove other hardship.
DUE: Friday 8 November (5pm)
SUBMISSION: Via email to the NAAUC Secretary, Charlotte Maybery-Reupert, at email@example.com.
INCLUDE: 1-2 pages max
Explain your personal suitability for the scholarship.
Explain what you want to get out of the conference and what you hope to take back to your hall of residence.
A written reference from your President/Head of Hall/pastoral care leader (whoever is considered most suitable).
THE RECIPIENT OF THE equitable access SCHOLARSHIP WILL BE REQUIRED TO:
Exhibit behaviours during the conference that exemplify NAAUC’s values.
Complete a diary throughout conference (approx 100 words per day) critiquing the conference experience.