Achieving Potential Scholarships are provided to students who have the passion, work ethic and academic capacity to succeed at university, but who are held back by a combination of low income and other forms of educational disadvantage.
The Monash community is coming together to help these aspiring students achieve their potential. Their stories are inspirational, and we have already watched many of them give back to others, serve the community, and even shift the dial on some of the issues that disadvantaged them in the first place.
The Achieving Potential Scholarship program is one of the most substantial of all Australian Universities , and you are invited to be part of it by making a regular donation.
All regular monthly gifts will be matched by Monash University dollar for dollar.
These students are on the path to great things, thanks to alumni like you.
Ashlee is studying a double degree in Arts and Science. When she was growing up, her nan paid for textbooks and school materials and encouraged her to pursue her dreams. When she found out that an Achieving Potential Scholarship would make a Monash education possible, Ashlee’s nan was the first person she told.
Abhinav grew up in regional Queensland. He is studying Medicine and wants to work as a doctor helping to improve medical and health services in regional communities. Support from people like you makes his dream achievable.
Christine is the child of immigrants, and had to quickly learn English when she started school. She didn’t let that barrier stop her from achieving a high ATAR. An Achieving Potential scholarship helped ease the financial barriers to a university education at Monash, where Christine is thriving.
Jayden is an Indigenous man from Healesville, and the first in his family to go to university. He graduated from Monash University with a double degree in Arts and Law. An Achieving Potential scholarship helped Jayden realise his own academic dreams, and also encourage other Indigenous students on campus. Jayden has represented Australia at the United Nations in Geneva.
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