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for undergraduates

Randal and Louisa Alcock Scholarship

Established: 1927
Course of eligibility: any

Partial scholarship

Mary Armytage Scholarship

Established: 1883
Course of eligibility: any

Up to four awards of up to $200 each, for past students of Geelong Grammar School.

Berthon Scholarship

Established: 1886
Course of eligibility: any

Established by Charlotte Moriarty for up to three awards of $150 each.

Reginald Blakemore Scholarship

Established: 1991
Course of eligibility: any

Valued up to $1,000, for a student who is a good all-rounder.

Clarke Scholarship

Established: 1880
Course of eligibility: any

Established by Sir William Clarke, Baronet, for up to three awards of $250.

Fulford Research Scholarship

Established: 1925
Course of eligibility: Science

A research scholarship, up to $1,500.

Charles Hebden Memorial Scholarships

Established: 1919
Course of eligibility: any

Established by Elizabeth Hebden for past students of Melbourne Grammar School. Several awards totalling up to $2,500 may be made.

Arthur Hills Scholarship

Established: 1987
Course of eligibility: any

Established in memory of a past College Porter, for a student with high academic results who has contributed significantly to College, and who otherwise would have difficulty returning to College. Valued up to $1,500.

Maurice Hurry Law Scholarship

Established: 1982
Course of eligibility: Law

Valued up to $1,500, for a student in second year or above.

Dr Susan Lim Endowment for Education & Research

Established: 2010
Course of Eligibility: An Undergraduate or Postgraduate course required for Medicine.
 
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F F Knight Scholarship

Established: 1993
Course of eligibility: Law or Accounting

Valued up to $2,500.

A G Miller Scholarship

Established: 1933
Course of eligibility: Music

Established by Mary Miller in memory of her son, Albert Guy Miller, who was killed in World War I. Valued up to $1,500.

Agnes Robertson Creative Arts Scholarship

Established: 2006
Course of eligibility: Music, Dance, Art, Drama

Established by the Trustee of the Estate of the late Agnes Tait Robertson. A full scholarship for a second- or later-year student of exceptional merit who would otherwise not be able to reside at the College, and who demonstrates great potential and commitment in music, dance, art or drama.

J H Sutton Scholarship

Established: 1925
Course of eligibility: Greek and Latin language

Valued up to $2,500

Perry Scholarship

Established: 1873
Course of eligibility: any

One or two awards totalling up to $1000.

Amy Smith Scholarship

Established: 1985
Course of eligibility: any

A partial scholarship for a good student who could not otherwise continue at College due to financial circumstances.

A C Thompson Scholarship

Established: 1940
Course of eligibility: Electrical Engineering

A gift of Eleanor Thompson in memory of her son, Alexander Charles Thompson, who was killed in World War I. A partial scholarship for a second or later-year student with preference given to lineal descendants of World War I soldiers.

A M White Scholarship

Established: 1918
Course of eligibility: Arts, Law, Medicine or Science

Valued up to $650.

Sydney Wynne Scholarship

Established: 2006
Course of eligibility: any

Valued up to $1,500.

Charles Abbott Scholarship

Established: 1986
Course of eligibility: any

A partial scholarship for an outstanding student who will make a valuable contribution to the College through sport.

Miltiades and Alkestis Chryssavgis Scholarship

Established: 1995
Course of eligibility: Arts, Humanities, Theology or Music

A partial scholarship, with preference given to outstanding students of Greek descent.

Cybec IT Endowed Scholarship

Established: 1995
Course of eligibility: Computer Science

Up to a half scholarship awarded on the basis of academic merit, financial need, and interest in technology, with preference given to candidates strong in computer science.

David Jackson Scholarship

Established: 1999
Course of eligibility: any

Established Dr David Jackson, AM, DSC, an Old Boy of the Anglican Church Grammar School (Churchie), Brisbane, and resident of Trinity College 1932–37. Up to a half scholarship to a Churchie alumnus.

Robert B Lewis Scholarship

Established: 1989
Course of eligibility: any

Valued up to $750.

Helen Macpherson Smith Trust Scholarship

Established: 1985
Course of eligibility: any

Partial scholarship for students with outstanding academic and leadership potential who could not otherwise afford to obtain the benefits of College life.

Andrew Sprague Bursary for Photography and Archives

Established: 1989
Course of eligibility: any

Valued up to $700 for a student who shows outstanding ability in photography and an interest in College history, archives and records. The holder is required to take photographs at all major College sporting and cultural events.

R F Stuart-Burnett Scholarship

Established: 1994
Course of eligibility: Veterinary Science

A full or two partial scholarships to a outstanding students.

Nerida Wylie Scholarship

Established: 2001
Course of eligibility: any

Established by Mr John Wylie, in memory of his mother. Valued at up to $2000 for an outstanding student whose education will benefit significantly from this scholarship.

Evan Burge Scholarship

Established: 1995
Course of eligibility: any

A full scholarship for a talented student, contribution and may not otherwise be able to take up the opportunity to study at Trinity.

James Grant Entrance Scholarship

Established: 2001
Course of eligibility: any

A partial scholarship for an outstanding first year student, preferably who is first in the family to experience a university education; who is likely to make a valuable contribution to Trinity; and whose financial circumstances may not otherwise allow access to a college experience.

Leith Hancock Scholarship

Established: 1992
Course of eligibility: any

A partial scholarship for a student who lives outside the Melbourne metropolitan area and who cannot live at home while attending university; who is first in the family to experience a university education and thus is cutting a path for other family members in seeking university education; who is likely to make a valuable contribution to Trinity; and whose financial circumstances may not otherwise allow access to a college experience.

Trinity Access Melbourne scheme scholarship

Established: 2004
Course of eligibility: any

One full or two half scholarships for talented young women and men in any discipline who have been participants in the Melbourne Access Program, and whose financial circumstances may not otherwise allow access to a college experience.

Trinity National Scholarships

Established: 1886
Course of eligibility: any

Trinity will give a National Scholarship to any student awarded a University of Melbourne National Scholarship, of up to $1,500 for first year, and renewed in subsequent years subject to satisfactory performance.

Ethel and Edwin Cooper Scholarship

Established: 1978
Course of eligibility: any

For children of clergy of the Diocese of Wangaratta. Valued up to $800.

Elizabeth Hebden Scholarship

Established: 1942
Course of eligibility: any

Awards totalling up to $3,500 for children of clergy in the Diocese of Melbourne. Recipient(s) must be under 20 years of age.