The scholarship will enable an Indigenous woman to complete a three-year UTS undergraduate degree and will be administered by the Jumbunna Indigenous House of Learning at UTS. Initially a total of $15,000 a year for three years is sought to provide financial support to optimise the student’s chances of success. The scholarship funds will contribute to student fees and academic expenses and will assist with the costs of transport and accommodation.
“We urge you to consider contributing to the Robyn Kemmis Indigenous Student Scholarship fund,” said Cr Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney. “You will be investing in a young woman’s future, and commemorating Robyn’s achievements in a meaningful way.”