The University of Hawaiʻi offers a variety of scholarship opportunities and grants to regular students attending any of the ten .

For information regarding other campus-specific scholarships, please contact the appropriate campus financial aid office.

See tuition information by campus.

Getting Started

The . The University of Hawaiʻi Foundation awards about $5 million annually from various private and corporate donations.

To begin your scholarship search journey, click on your home campus below.

To complete the UH System Common Scholarship Application, click “How to Apply” for more information.

Campus Scholarships

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State of Hawaiʻi B Plus Scholarship

The State of Hawaiʻi B Plus Scholarship is for Hawaiʻivideosgratis欧美另类 residents who graduated from a high school after 2005, has at least a 3.0 high school grade point average, has completed a rigorous high school curriculum and demonstrates financial need.

Regents and Presidential Scholarship

The Board of Regents established the Regents and Presidential Scholarships to support Hawaiʻi students with a record of outstanding academic achievement. Regents Scholarships are awarded to 20 outstanding freshmen and Presidential Scholarships are awarded to incoming juniors. Visit the Regents and Presidential Scholars page for more information and how to apply.

UH Manoa Provost Achievement Scholarship

Scholarships will be awarded by the Office of Admissions to high-achieving Hawaiʻi high school graduates. To be considered, students must meet the priority deadline for fall admission, the scholarship requirements, and be accepted to UH Mānoa. Visit the UH Mānoa Provost Achievement Scholarship website for more information.

UH Hilo Chancellor's Scholarships

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UH West Oahu Chancellor's Scholarship

The University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahuvideosgratis欧美另类 offers a competitive full tuition award acknowledging academic achievement, leadership, and community service. for more information.

The Second Century Scholarship

The Second Century Scholarship is a need-based grant provided to Native Hawaiian students who demonstrate financial need. This scholarship is available to students across the UH System. The amount awarded will depend on the student’s financial need and funds available. To be eligible, Native Hawaiian students need only apply for financial aid through their campus financial aid offices. All regular aid deadlines apply.

Questions?

Check out the UH Scholarship FAQ or email the UH System Scholarship Office at scholars@hawaii.edu.

Last modified: September 30, 2019