Commencing and continuing Charles Sturt University students have a short window in which to apply for the current round of financial scholarships, with applications closing on Tuesday.
Scholarships are available for students based on financial hardship, community involvement, home location or dedication to an area of study.
Ingrid Spinks completed a Bachelor of Dental Science in Orange and Dubbo with the assistance from the Carole and Stan Droder Scholarship, which is two instalments of $10,000 over two years.
Just because you weren't successful one year, doesn't mean you won't be successful the next timeIngrid Spinks
She applied for the scholarship twice and advised students not to be deterred if they get knocked back once.
"Just because you weren't successful one year, doesn't mean you won't be successful the next time," she said.
Paige Mazoudier graduated with a Bachelor of Agricultural Science and received The Roberton Scholarship, valued at $40,000, to assist with HECS fees, textbooks, accommodation or technology.
She said having costs covered allowed her to focus on achieving good grades.
"Receiving this scholarship took many of the stresses associated with life at university away," she said.
Sam Casey received a one-off payment of $10,000.
Just because you weren't successful one year, doesn't mean you won't be successful the next time.
She said the application process was easy, self-explanatory and took a short amount of time.
Hey, not sure what Nicole is doing. I'll give her a prod.
This round - which is the Droder and Accommodation scholarships - closes at 11.59pm on Tuesday.
There's one more round - the big one - which closes at the same time on February 5. They are open for application now.
A full list of available Charles Sturt scholarships is on the university's website.
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