Each year, the College of Arts & Social Sciences may award up to seven awards to be known as the College of Arts & Social Sciences Travel Grant.
This Scholarship was established in 2010 to create opportunities for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students studying at the Melbourne or Ballarat campus to pursue studies in nursing.
Established in 2016, based on the foundational principles it is the desire of St John of God Health Care NSW Services to support ACU’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing students through a scholarship.
Established in 2016 by Rapin Quinn (née Eiamlapa) for the purpose of assisting students or visiting fellows who are interested in Theravada Buddhism, its role and current practice in Thailand.
This scholarships aim to help students that are planning to undertake a Community Engagement or Professional Experience block placement in a regional, rural or remote setting in Queensland.
The Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship (Indigenous-CECS) are intended to assist with education costs.
The Indigenous Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarships (Indigenous-CAS) are intended to assist with accommodation costs.
This scholarship is designed to recognise high achievement and assist students financially in their final year of studies.
Gill Family Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarship is intended to assist students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
Established in 2015 to contribute to the development of Indigenous primary school teachers formed in the Catholic tradition, in memory of Ms Fernanda de Carvalho.
Established in 2013, the ACU Law - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Equity Scholarship is intended to assist students from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander backgrounds.
At ACU, we believe that where you came from doesn’t have to define where you’re going. The ACU Equity Scholarships are intended to financially assist students from low socio-economic backgrounds.