The Aspire student experience
Students will have the opportunity to take part in a range of activities and support programs that help them develop goals for the future and connect them to CDU students, staff, alumni and the broader community.
Activities may include:
- An orientation event
- Social gatherings where scholarship recipients meet their peers and members of the CDU community
- Community service projects
- Speaker forums
- Admissions support (for students and parents/guardians)
- Parent/Guardian information sessions
- Campus tours
- Reflective practice through digital storytelling and e-portfolios
- Tutoring support.
The Aspire scholarship provides selected students with $1,000 per annum in Year 11 and Year 12 and gives students the opportunity to apply for a $10,000 Aspire scholarship if they enrol in a degree at CDU.
Students may use their funds toward any of the following:
- School and tuition fees
- Course-related materials/text books
- School uniforms or safety equipment for classes
- Volunteering SA & NT membership
- Educational equipment hire, purchase or repairs such as laptops, iPads, tablets, calculators or software
- Study materials including a study desk or chair
- Face-to-face tutoring
- Fees for UMAT exams, practise tests or UMAT preparation
- University application fees
- School excursions, camps or trips
- Year 12 formal ticket and/or jumper
- Travel for educational forums/workshops or CDU events.
Maintaining the Aspire scholarship
- Maintain satisfactory academic progress for the duration of the scholarship
- Attend compulsory Aspire events and participate in Aspire activities
- Year 11 and 12 students to provide receipts for products/ services purchased with Aspire scholarship money
- Meet the ongoing requirements
- It is the responsibility of the scholarship recipient and the senior school to advise CDU regarding any changes to the scholarship recipient's circumstances that could affect their ongoing eligibility*
- If the scholarship recipient does not meet the ongoing scholarship requirements, CDU will issue a warning letter after being notified by the participating school. The student will be provided with one academic term to fulfil all the eligibility requirements. If the student is unable to meet these requirements, the scholarship will be terminated.
- If the scholarship is terminated within the first year of receipt, the school may provide an alternate nominee for consideration by CDU. If the scholarship is terminated after the first year of the its receipt, the school is unable to reallocate the scholarship.*
*Possible circumstances that could result in the scholarship's termination may include: the student moving interstate, overseas or to another school; serious misconduct by the student; inability to maintain the participation and academic results required. Where a student moves to another school partnered with Team Aspire, transfer of a scholarship may be considered on a case by case basis.
For more information about Team Aspire, please contact 8946 7253 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aspire partner schools
Our partner schools facilitate the application process for their students and will assist with developing and submitting applications to CDU.
|Bachelor Area School||Casuarina Senior College||Centralian Senior College|
|Darwin High School||Good Shepherd Lutheran College||Jabiru Area School|
|Katherine High School||Laynhapuy Homelands School||Haileybury Rendall School|
|Marrara Christian College|| Nhulunbuy High School||NT School of Distance Education|
|O’Loughlin Catholic College||OLSH College Alice Springs||Palmerston Senior College|
|St John’s Catholic College||St Philips College||Taminmin College|
|Tennant Creek High School,|| Xavier Catholic College Wurrumiyanga||NT School of Distance Education|
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