The Foundation awards approximately $20,000 worth of accommodation scholarships to Knox residents each year. The scholarships range in value from $1,000 to $4,000.
From 1 July to 30 September, applications are invited for accommodation scholarships to attend Knox College in the following year.
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David Galloway was an internationally acclaimed scientist in the field of lichenology, and a former resident and Fellow of Knox College. This scholarship was established in his memory by his dear wife, Patricia Payne, herself a much-loved College Fellow, and a College benefactor, Richard de Long, in 2019. The Scholarship is worth $1,000. It is available to support a Knox resident (usually a returner) in the fields of Science and/or the Arts in the first instance, or failing a suitable applicant being found in either of those disciplines, the Scholarship may be awarded to support a student in another course of study. For more information about the Scholarship and how to apply, contact the Head of Knox College: email@example.com
Named after Alexander Paterson, a successful Dunedin businessman and benefactor in the early 20th century, the Paterson Scholarship, amounting to a $1,000 discount on a resident's annual accommodation fees, is available to a University student who will be in their second or third year of residence at Knox College, has a superior University academic record and has made a significant contribution to College life. Contact the Head of College for further details: firstname.lastname@example.org
This scholarship was established in 2003 through the generosity of Dr Hugh Fleming, a former resident of the College. The scholarship is named after Dr Fleming and his father-in-law, Professor Victor Galway, first Professor of Music at the University of Otago and a noted organist. The Scholarship is awarded each year at the Head of College's discretion to a resident who is studying organ performance.
Funds collected from 1929-32 by the Reverend William McDonald while Minister of Epsom Presbyterian Church form the base of this scholarship. Members of the College who are the son or daughter of a Minister or Missionary and are studying for a profession other than service in the Church are able to apply for the "Sons of the Manse" Scholarship. Contact the Head of College for more information: email@example.com
The Ross Fellowship was established in 1920 and was the first fellowship to be offered at the University of Otago. It derives its name from two of the College's principal benefactors, Sir John and Lady Ross. It is currently worth $7,500 per annum for up to two years, with a possible extension of one year after that. The Ross Fellow must reside in the College and meet usual accommodation costs. Candidates for the Fellowship shall be graduates of a New Zealand University, but other things being equal preference will be given to graduates of the University of Otago. Candidates shall, before taking up the Fellowship, have obtained, as a minimum qualification, Honours (or equivalent) in their chosen Degree. Enquiries should be directed to the Head of Knox College: firstname.lastname@example.org
As with the Fleming Galway Organ Scholarship, the Fleming Galway Organ Fellowship was established in 2003 by Dr Fleming. The Fellowship is awarded each year to an organist who will encourage and assist the musical life of the College through performing recitals and offering tuition to those interested in playing the organ, as well as playing the organ at the College's Chapel services.
Knox College strives to ensure that none of its residents will fail through having to leave on account of hardship. The generosity of past benefactors, particularly Lady Ross and Dr Raey Mackay, enables Knox College to assist those residents who experience genuine hardship arising from unforeseen circumstances whilst in residence. For more information contact the Head of College: email@example.com