Scholarships, Awards and Prizes

Scholarships

Information about potential scholarships for students will be posted here.

ANZATS 2016 Scholarships.

The 2016 ANZATS Conference is being hosted by the University of Divinity, at Pilgrim Theological College and Trinity College Theological School, Parkville, Melbourne, from Sunday 3 July to Wednesday 6 July. The theme of the Conference is ‘The Atonement’.

Click here for details of the conference.

ANZATS is offering two student scholarships for attendance at the conference. Further information is available from Dr Raymond Nobbs, secretary@anzats.edu.au. Applications are due by 5pm Eastern Standard Time on Monday 11 April 2016.

The RH White Scholarship
The RH White Scholarship is designed to assist students in financial difficulty who wish to undertake theological studies. Contact the Uniting College for Leadership and Theology for information.
The R H White Scholarship is especially useful for students who are considering the Certificate IV in Christian Life and Ministry.
Contact the Uniting College for Leadership and Theology.


Awards and Prizes

The Anne Roder Prize in Old Testament
The prize has been established by Flinders University and the Adelaide College of Divinity, in memory of Anne Roder. Anne Roder was a student, tutor and friend of the Adelaide College of Divinity and the School of Theology at Flinders University.

This prize is awarded to students to encourage those who, like Anne, display critical excellence in the study of the Old Testament. The Adelaide College of Divinity endows this prize.

The value of the prize is $200.

The prize is awarded annually to the student who:
(a) is enrolled in the Flinders Bachelor of Theology or the ACD Bachelor of Ministry;
(b) in the relevant year has enrolled in the introductory topic in Old Testament offered in both degrees;
(c) has the highest total mark received in that topic.

The Examinations Board of the School of Theology and the Examination Committee of the Adelaide College of Divinity (at a combined meeting) determines the eligibility and ranking of students enrolled in the relevant topic. If two or more students receive the same total mark in one year the prize is shared between those students.

Adelaide College of Divinity Council Chairperson’s Prize

Letter of Commendation

This prize is awarded each year in accordance with ACD Constitution Regulation 6.2.  The Chairperson’s Letter of Commendation is awarded to a student whose academic performance has been judged to be outstanding.