Scholarships assist students on different paths
14 March 2023 | News
The three recipients of this year's Allied Security Bursary scholarships represent a range of study programmes and year groups.
Since 2008, the Allied Security Bursary, valued at $1000 per annum, has been supporting Lincoln University students to further their tertiary education.
The company's Upper South Island Manager, James Freeman, visited campus recently to meet the 2023 recipients of the three bursaries that are offered each year by the organisation.
They were gratefully accepted by second-year Bachelor of Science degree student Heidi Allan, Kayla Dawson, who has just started a Bachelor of Environmental Policy and Planning degree and is a former pupil of Otumoetai College, and Bachelor of Agricultural Science third-year student and former Ashburton College pupil, Penny Stilgoe.
The bursaries are open to all full-time undergraduate Lincoln students who are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.
Learn more about the hundreds of scholarships available at Lincoln, which can be offered by the university, private donors, trusts and businesses like Allied Security. They all help to financially support students on their educational journey.
Image: James Freeman (South Island Manager, Allied Security), Heidi Allan, Kayla Dawson, and Penny Stilgoe.