After you apply
Your Confirmation of Application and Scholarship document package are available after you submit your application, and you can download and print copies from Applicant Services at a later date. You'll need your ES application number and your ES PIN to log in.
A 'Scholarships document package' will be produced automatically if you have to provide supporting documents. If you are not prompted to download a 'Scholarships document package', you don't need to supply supporting documents.
Adding disadvantages to your application
Go to Applicant Services to add disadvantages to your Equity Scholarships application. Do not start a new application.
Remember to download your ‘Confirmation of application’ and ‘Scholarships document package’ if you add disadvantage/s to your ES application as you may need to supply additional supporting documents.
Additional disadvantages and all associated supporting documentation must be received by UAC at least seven working days before an Equity Scholarships offer round to be considered in that round.
If you have any queries about this process, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submitting documents to UAC
You must arrange to provide any necessary documentation to UAC within seven working days of submitting your ES Online application. If you don't provide complete and correctly verified documents within seven working days of submitting your application, your application won't be assessed. Read more about providing documents.
Viewing correspondence from UAC
You must provide an email address when you submit your ES application as UAC will send you email messages when you have correspondence about your ES application. When you receive an email alert from UAC, go to Applicant Services to view the correspondence and take appropriate action. We recommend that you go to Applicant Services regularly to check for new correspondence.
Some email accounts might send emails from UAC to your junk folder. Add the domain uac.edu.au to your list of safe email contacts to stop this from happening. It is your responsibility to check your emails regularly (including your junk emails) for any messages from UAC.