Gifford Tutorial Room Student Presidents Address

Academic Prizes

 

Academic prizes are awarded annually at the Academic Dinner. Prizes are designed for University of Queensland students as they fit the faculty structure for the University of Queensland, but the Principal may award prizes to students who attend other Universities where it is appropriate to do so.

Academic Dinner

Cromwell College Foundation Scholarships

Two scholarships each for $1000 are awarded annually for exceptional academic performance in any field.  

The Governors’ Prize

Awarded to the student in the Faculty of Health Sciences who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters ($300)

The Old Collegians’ Prize

Awarded to the student in the Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters ($300)

The V.E. Hancock Memorial Prize

Awarded to the student in the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters. This Prize was given in memory of Mr V.E. Hancock CMG, a Foundation Governor who made many generous gifts to the College ($300).

The Rod McElhinney Prize

Awarded to the student in the Faculty of Science who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters. The prize is donated by Mr Rod McElhinney - Cromwell College 1957-1960. ($300)

The Rev Daniel Gunson Memorial Prize

Awarded to the student in the Faculty of Natural Resources, Agriculture and Veterinary Science who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters ($300)

Edwin Hobart Lockley Prize

Awarded to the student in the Faculty of Arts who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters ($300)

Cromwell College Prize

Awarded to a student of Cromwell College in the Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences who achieves the highest GPA over 3 or more consecutive semesters ($300).

The Yvonne Rogers Memorial Prize

Awarded to the second year student who, in their first year at University and as a student of the College, achieves the greatest improvement on the basis of the results obtained in that student’s first year studies, across a full load of courses. Yvonne Rogers was a Fellow of the College and she served for more than twenty five years on its Board and many of its Committees. Her capacity to care and her willingness to work and to share in a spirit of Christian love were the hallmark of Yvonne’s numerous contributions to Cromwell ($300)

Senior Tutor’s Award

Awarded to the student who has made the most outstanding contribution to the Tutorial program this year.

Corridor Cup

Awarded to the Cromwell College corridor that earns the highest GPA in the most recent semester.