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  • Scholarships available through the University of Hawaii System
    Scholarship Office by phone at 808 933 7601 Hilo or by email at scholars hawaii edu Ready Apply Now The UH System Scholarships are open to students who are admitted as a regular student attending any of the ten campuses of the University of Hawai i System The UH System Common Scholarship Application is a single application for over forty different scholarships These scholarships are made available by the generosity of private individuals and organizations who wish to reward students for a wide variety of accomplishments including but not limited to academic achievement service to the school and community leadership ability first generation college going and specific major and career choices Some take into consideration financial need and unique personal backgrounds Availability of certain scholarships is dependent upon the availability of funds Getting Started Before starting your application review the application requirements and other scholarship documents located on the website The online UH System Common Scholarship Application hosted by NextGen Web Solutions has a security feature that causes the application to time out after 30 minutes It is highly recommended that you prepare your personal statement and essays ahead of time and upload or copy paste them to the application

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  • Financial Aid Workshops from the University of Hawaii System
    series of free workshops has been scheduled to provide information on federal financial aid forms and resources available to Native Hawaiian students Native Hawaiian Scholarship Aha Attend free presentations for high school and college students families teachers counselors and anyone interested in learning more about sources of financial aid available to Native Hawaiians Find a presentation in your area O ahu Hawai i Island Maui County Kaua i Download a flyer Workshop dates and locations PDF Download the slides from the presentation Native Hawaiian Scholarship Aha 2014 2015 program information Native Hawaiian Scholarship Aha Presentations O ahu Honolulu McKinley High School Gym December 2 2014 6 00 pm Kāne ohe Windward Community College Hale Ākoakoa 101 December 3 2014 6 00 pm Honolulu McKinley High M M Scott Auditorium January 13 2015 6 00 pm Waianae Waianae High School Cafeteria January 14 2015 6 00 pm Hawai i Island Waimea Hawaiian Homestead Hall November 18 2014 6 00 pm Kona Kealakehe High School Cafeteria November 19 2014 6 00 pm Hilo University of Hawai i Hilo Theater campus map November 20 2014 6 00 pm Maui County Kahului UH Maui College Student Lounge campus map PDF December 11 2014 6 00 pm Lāna i Lāna i High School Cafeteria January 27 2015 6 00 pm Moloka i Kūlana iwi January 28 2015 6 00 pm Hāna Hāna High School Cafeteria January 29 2015 6 00 pm Kaua i Līhu e Kaua i Community College Cafeteria campus map December 2 2014 5 30 pm Scholarship Providers The following are agencies that award financial aid to native Hawaiian college students Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA Hawai i Community Foundation Hāna Lima Scholarship Program by Alu Like Kamehameha Schools Scholarship Program Ke Ali i Pauahi Foundation Liko A e Native Hawaiian Leadership

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  • Scholarships available through the University of Hawaii System
    tuition scholarship and a stipend of 2 000 per semester plus a one time travel grant of up to 2 000 Scholars may be enrolled at any campus of the University of Hawai i Ten Presidential scholarships will be awarded every year to incoming juniors Each scholar will receive a full tuition scholarship and a stipend of 2 000 per semester plus a one time travel grant of up to 2 000 Scholars may be enrolled at any baccalaureate campus of the University of Hawai i UH Mānoa UH Hilo or UH West O ahu For more information visit the Regents Presidential Scholars website 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 beginning in fall 2008 and 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 The State of Hawai i B Plus Scholarship The State of Hawai i B Plus Scholarship is for Hawai i 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 UH Grants and Scholarships The University of Hawai i campuses offers various need based and non need based scholarship assistance in the form of Opportunity Grants Achievement Scholarships International Student Scholarships and Pacific Islander Scholarships Criteria vary by campus and scholarship For more information contact the campus financial aid office The UH Foundation Scholarships The UH Foundation awards about 5 million annually from various private and corporate donations More information about

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  • Regents and Presidental Scholarships of the Board of Regents of the University of Hawaii System
    the Regents and Presidential Scholarships to support students with a record of outstanding academic achievement Regents Scholars receive a full tuition waiver for four years of undergraduate study and Presidential Scholars receive a full tuition waiver for two years of undergraduate study All scholars receive 4 000 a year and a one time travel grant of 2 000 Regents Scholarships are awarded to 20 outstanding freshmen who receive an SAT combined score of at least 1950 on all three sections of the test or ACT combined score of at least 29 maintain at least a 3 5 GPA in academic subjects in high school and whose extracurricular achievements are shown to be remarkable Presidential Scholarships are awarded to 10 college juniors who have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3 7 for all college level work a record of sustained progress in academic courses and evidence of superior academic achievement or creative endeavor Apply for a Scholarship Please contact the Admissions Office at UH Hilo UH Mānoa or UH West O ahu for information on how to apply The Regents and Presidential Scholarships are administered by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs at UH Hilo UH Mānoa and UH West O ahu in cooperation with the UH System Office of the Associate Vice President for Student Affairs List of recipients from 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 and 2006 2015 Scholars Regents Scholars Name and high school Jarek Garcia Hanalani Caleb Hsu Kaiser Aditya Kumar UH Lab School Jenise Lam Kaiser Victoria Lee Sacred Hearts Academy Rebekah Loving Home School Lauren Muraoka Hanalani Tyler Myers Waialua Max Nakamoto Pearl City Annie Nguyen Pearl City Alex Noveloso Mililani Tyler Okunami Punahou Ciarra Lynn Parinas Kamehameha Hawai i Vasant Patwardhan Hanalani Kevin Pham Kaiser Charissa Tan Mid

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  • Tuition schedule for the 10-campuses of the University of Hawaii System
    Hour tuition schedule for the corresponding UH Mānoa programs UH Mānoa Undergraduate Business Fee There is a 500 semester professional fee charged to all UH Mānoa undergraduate business students UH Mānoa Undergraduate Nursing and Dental Hygiene Fee There is a 1 000 semester professional fee charged to UH Mānoa undergraduate nursing students and a 500 semester professional fee charged to UH Mānoa undergraduate dental hygiene students enrolled in clinical courses These fees are charged for no more than six semesters after admission to the program UH Mānoa Undergraduate Graduate Architecture Fee There is a 500 semester professional fee charged to all UH Mānoa undergraduate graduate architecture students This fee is charged throughout the 7 year program in addition to applicable tuition UH Mānoa Undergraduate Engineering Fee There is a 500 semester fee charged to UH Mānoa undergraduate engineering students of sophomore junior or senior standing only UH Hilo CCECS Tuition UH Hilo CCECS follows the Undergraduate and Graduate tuition schedules for UH Hilo UH Hilo Undergraduate Nursing Fee There is a 500 semester professional fee charged to UH Hilo undergraduate nursing students UH Community Colleges Undergraduate Culinary Programs Fee There is a professional fee of up to 250 semester prorated for part time students charged to UH community college undergraduate culinary program students UH Community Colleges Windward CC Undergraduate Veterinary Programs Fee There is a professional fee of 100 semester for Certificate of Achievement in Veterinary Assisting 1st year students effective spring 2013 and a professional fee of 300 semester for Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology 2nd year students effective fall 2012 UH Community Colleges Undergraduate Nursing and Other Health Programs Fee There is a professional fee of up to 500 semester charged to UH community college undergraduate nursing and other health program students Apprentice and Journey Worker Tuition

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  • University of Hawaii Summer Session tuition for all campuses
    431 NA 431 NA Graduate 593 NA 593 NA Graduate Business 2 843 NA 843 NA Graduate Education EdD 653 NA 1 489 NA Graduate Nursing 933 NA 933 NA Law JD 870 NA 870 NA Law LLM 1 737 NA 1 737 NA UH Hilo 3 Undergraduate 288 NA 407 NA Graduate 447 NA 590 NA Graduate Nursing 729 NA 1 455 NA UH West O ahu 3 288 NA 407 NA UH Community Colleges 3 4 Summer Special Term Customized 248 NA 357 NA NOTES Tuition rates subject to change Figures listed exclude fees 1 At all campuses tuition is not charged for credit courses that are subsidized under contractual agreements students may be subject to administrative fees In accordance with University concurrent enrollment policy students enrolling at multiple institutions campuses during the same term pay the applicable rate at each campus Professional fees may be required for seleced undergraduate programs See respective campus programs for details 2 Master s degrees offered in executive format by the Shidler College of Business charge the resident tuition established here plus additional fees 3 Pacific Islander rates at UH Hilo UH West O ahu and the UH Community Colleges are calculated at the midpoint between the resident and nonresident rates Likewise WUE rates at UH Hilo UH West O ahu and Maui College are calculated at the midpoint between the resident and nonresident rates Pacific Islander and WUE rates at UH Mānoa follow the resident nonresident summer rates published in this schedule 4 These rates do not apply to 1 any credit course offered throughout the academic year for which a General Fund appropriation is authorized 2 remedial developmental course 3 college success courses or other courses taught as part of a learning community that includes remedial developmental courses During the

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    Education Commission State Approving Agency for Veterans Training Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education University of Hawai i Student Caucus Regents and Presidential Scholars RAPS Overview Current RAPS Scholars RAPS club at UH Mānoa UH System links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Student Affairs Overview Student Affairs provide strategic leadership planning and support for student financial aid programs student enrollment services student life programs and other student development services with the ten campuses of the University of Hawai i system Student Affairs supports the campuses in their work with students to 1 encourage individuals to enter higher education 2 support students to engage purposefully while matriculating and 3 prepare students to exit workforce ready and or continued college ready The support comes via a policy development monitoring analysis and evaluation b service coordination or program oversight for greater efficiency and resource leveraging and c technical assistance and consultation Programs and Services Please select a program or service from the menu to the left for more information Leadership The System Office for Student Affairs is led by Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Joanne

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Student Affairs Staff Joanne Itano Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs email itano hawaii edu Russell Chan Policy and Program Specialist Enrollment Services Residency Records Registration Transfer Credits and Articulation Regents and Presidential Scholars WICHE Phone 808 956 6066 Fax 808 956 9701 email chanr hawaii edu Stacy Higa Executive Director Hawai i Commission

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