Whyalla and Mount Gambier

(Prizes and Awards are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award)

The Centacare Prize

For the best student completing the Bachelor of Social Work program at the Centre for Regional Engagement.
Value: $500

The City of Mount Gambier Excellence Award

Awarded to the most outstanding graduand at the Mount Gambier Regional Centre. The graduand must achieve a GPA of 6.25 or greater.
The recipient will be awarded the prize at the Mount Gambier graduation ceremony for the year of the prize.
Value: $500 and certificate

District Council of Grant Prize for Excellence

The District Council of Grant Prize for Excellence will be awarded to two students attending the UniSA Mt Gambier campus who are undertaking an undergraduate degree, Foundation Studies or Aboriginal Pathway Program. 

The prize will be awarded to students who have completed a minimum of 27 units and achieved the highest cumulative Grade Point Average at the end of the academic year across all programs and year levels. 
Value: $500

Pat Corrigan Prize

The Pat Corrigan Prize will be awarded to a UniSA student(s) enrolled full-time in the Diploma in Music or Associate Degree in Music at the James Morrison Academy of Music. A student with outstanding academic achievement in the first year of their program will be awarded the Pat Corrigan Prize and $3,500 paid in a single instalment.
Value: $3,500 (if there is more than one eligible recipient the prize value may be split)

The Rod Gill Prize

Awarded to the best student completing the course Companies and Partnership Law at the Centre for Regional Engagement.
Value: $500

Rotary Club Whyalla 'Glen Eden' Excellence in Mental Health Prize

The Rotary Club Whyalla ‘Glen Eden’ Excellence in Mental Health Prize is awarded to a graduating student who has studied an undergraduate degree at the Whyalla Campus. The prize recipient will have demonstrated evidence of how they have increased the awareness of mental health and decreased the stigma related to mental illness throughout their undergraduate degree. This could be through their course work, work placements or through campus leadership, as well as through community involvement contributing to mental health outcomes. 
Value: $500