Over a thousand students will benefit from the SRC Trust Fund. Photo by Gaby Ndongo.

Massive Intake for UJ’s SRC Trust Fund

The University of Johannesburg’s (UJ) Student Representative Council (SRC) released the 2018 list of Trust Fund recipients on Friday.

More than 1300 UJ students will benefit from the financial aid offered by the SRC. Beneficiaries have the registration fees paid for by the fund and are free to register online to study at the University.

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To qualify students were expected to have achieved an average of 60% or more in the previous academic year. Further criteria included a rejected NSFAS application and forming part of the missing middle (having a gross annual income of no more than R600 000) family.

Students applied through uLink, the University’s student portal and they were also expected to send important documents to the SRC via email.

UJ’s registration period ends on the 2nd of February and classes begin on the 5th of February. Orientation week for first-year students will take place from the 30th January to 2nd of February.

(Contact Gaby Ndongo: gabyndongo@outlook.com; +27 72 524 6053)

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Gaby Ndongo Nkolo is a liberal Congolese nationalist who is currently studying Journalism at the University of Johannesburg. He works as a journalist for both The Open Journal and The Journalist. His interests are diverse ranging from skateboarding, boxing, the culinary arts, cycling and most importantly journalism which brought with it, interests in reading and writing. In particular Gaby enjoys activities that require speed or concentration; however, music beguiles his soul and rejuvenates his mind. This individual’s aspiration is to always be his true self and love who he is as a person; additionally, he aims to appreciate people for who they are as individuals.

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