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TRACKS – Mick Young Scholarship

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

The Mick Young Scholarship has reopened for applications by eligible TRACKS tertiary preparation students. The new closing date is Friday, 16 April.


The scholarship is for TRACKS students only, and is valued at $1,000 for one year of study. You can be studying on campus or off campus. The criteria and application form are at this link:


If you do not already hold a UNE scholarship and have not already applied for the 2010 Mick Young Scholarship we would like to encourage you to apply.


To support your application you need to also submit:


·         Evidence of financial disadvantage (Centrelink statement or other document)

·         Written reference from a person of community standing


Please contact Phillipa Trelford at Oorala on (02) 6773 3105 to make an appointment or to request advice about applying for this opportunity.

Morning Tea at Oorala

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

Oorala will be hosting a morning tea for all new and continuing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students at 10am on Thursday, April 29.

Please RSVP Tonia on 6773 5176 or email

Online Admission for Semester 2

Friday, March 19th, 2010

Online applications for study in Semester 2, 2010 (mid year) are now open. Apply now or contact the Oorala Aboriginal Centre on (02) 6773 3034 for more information.

Census Date

Friday, March 12th, 2010

Just a reminder that new students who have not provided their tax file number on their “Commonwealth Assitance Form” (completed as part of online admission), need to do so before the Census Date – 31 March 2010.

TRACKS tertiary preparation program

Friday, March 12th, 2010

Admission to the TRACKS tertiary preparation program for Semester 2 2010 is now open. Please go to to find out more.

Internal Selection Program (ISP)

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

The Internal Selection Program (ISP) will be held at the Oorala Aboriginal Centre, UNE, on 19-20 May 2010. The ISP is a testing and assessment program for Aboriginal and Troees Strait Islander people seeking admission to undergraduate degree programs at the University of New England. To find out more, go to or call (02) 6773 3034.