Roseworthy Old Collegians Prize in Animal Science
ROCA was created in 1898 and has provided an on-going bond for the many thousands of people who have been associated with the Campus since Roseworthy was established as Australia's first agricultural college in 1883. It boasts a membership of around 2000 life members and represents one of the bigger groups of the Adelaide University Alumni.
This Prize has been established by the University as a result of a contribution by Roseworthy Old Collegians Association Inc, an organisation which aims to provide links between Roseworthy campus and its alumni.
- The prize will be awarded by the University annually to the most academically outstanding student completing a Bachelor of Science (Animal Science).
- The value of the Prize will be $500.00
- The winner shall be determined by consensus of the staff member(s) teaching into the Bachelor of Science (Animal Science) programme and the prize will be awarded to the student who has achieved the highest cumulative GPA. If there is a tie then the winner will be determined by who has the highest weighted aggregated mark.
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