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University of Hawai'i

The University of Hawai'i offers a variety of scholarship opportunities to students attending any of the ten UH campuses. Scholarships available include need and merit-based awards, scholarships based on specific majors, preference for geographic location, campus, and other unique criteria. Within the UH System, students can apply for UH System Scholarships, campus scholarships, and scholarships that vary by each campus department.

State Scholarships Opportunities

  • Hawai'i Promise Scholarship - is a need-based scholarship program designed to make college affordable to all qualified Hawai'i students.
  • State of Hawai'i B Plus Scholarship - is for Hawai'i residents who graduated from a high school, have at least a 3.0 high school grade point average, have completed a rigorous high school curriculum, and demonstrate financial need.
  • Regents and Presidential Scholarship - supports Hawai'i students with a record of outstanding academic achievement.
  • UH Manoa Provost Achievement Scholarship - students must meet the priority deadline for fall admission, the scholarship requirements and be accepted to UH Mānoa.
  • UH Hilo Chancellor's Scholarships - covers full tuition for four years. Factors considered include academic scholarship, leadership experience and potential, community service, and financial need.
  • UH West Oahu Chancellor's Scholarship - offers a competitive full-tuition award acknowledging academic achievement, leadership, and community service.
  • The Second Century Scholarship - is a need-based grant provided to Native Hawaiian students who demonstrate financial need.

Institutional Scholarships

Colleges provide institutional grants and scholarships to help make up the difference between college costs and what a family can be expected to contribute through income, savings, loans, and student earnings. Awards may be based on academic merit, artistic or athletic talent, financial need, or other factors. You can learn more about the types of institutional grants and scholarships awarded by checking each college's financial aid website.

Private Scholarships

Private scholarships provide funding for students who meet the requirements specified by the donor organization. Local organizations or businesses may offer scholarships to students who plan to study at a regional college or plan to pursue a degree in a particular field of study.

Check with your High School Guidance Counselor office for details about local and regional scholarships.


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