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Brigham Young University - Hawaii (Laie)

Chaminade University of Honolulu (Honolulu) --> Scholarship --> Financial Aid

Hawaii Pacific University (Honolulu) --> Scholarship --> Financial Aid

University of Hawaii - Hilo (Hilo) --> Scholarship --> Financial Aid

University of Hawaii - Manoa (Honolulu) --> Scholarship --> Financial Aid ---> Distance Education


Hawaii State Scholarship Programs
UH SEED Standard Application Scholarships
A University of Hawai‘i scholarship site using a common on-line application for a number of scholarships with varying criteria. Includes first year, continuing, and international student scholarships as well as Regents and Presidential scholarships Deadline Feb. 1 and March 1, dependent upon scholarship.

UH Foundation Scholarships
Search for available UH scholarships by campus, unit, or all. Contact information provided for applications.

Hawai‘i Community Foundation - HCF Scholarship Program
The foundation awards in excess of $3 million in scholarship grants to over 1,200 Hawai`i students. Over 120 scholarships with varied criteria. On-line application and scholarship search. Deadline: March 1.

Hawaii Community Foundation Vocational Education Scholarships
Applications will be available March 5. Browse available scholarships.

Liko A`e
Native Hawaiian scholarship program administered by Maui Community College and available statewide. Their goal is to increase enrollment of Native Hawaiians pursuing and completing post-secondary degrees and increase the number of Native Hawaiian teachers. Roll-in deadlines. See site.

Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program
Designed to improve the health of Native Hawaiians by providing scholarships to Native Hawaiians pursuing careers in designated primary health care professions, and by placing those scholars to work in health profession shortage areas in Hawaiian communities following the completion of their training. Deadline: March 1.