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For more than a century, the University of Hawaiʻi has worked hard to make higher education accessible to all. Whether through one of the seven community college campuses or one of the three four-year campuses, UH is expanding its efforts to attract the most promising students, regardless of their financial circumstances.

As college costs continue to rise, the amount of private support for students must as well. Gifts to scholarships and student aid help us to retain our best and brightest and to provide access to a life-changing higher education experience for our students.

Remembering Fudge Matsuda
The late UH President Fujio 'Fudge' Matsuda leaves a legacy of learning for students through the Fujio and Amy Matsuda Scholarship.
Inaugural scholarships boost agripharmatech students
The Inge White scholarships will support two students every year in the Certificate of Achievement in Agripharmatech program.
Family memorializes beloved professor
Dr. Paul Bienfang strongly believed in education and mentoring students and making other people’s lives better.
Scholarship for EMTs marks 32 years of memories and friendship
Years on staff gave a rare perspective on the struggles students face while completing the EMT and paramedic programs.
Award celebrates new architecture program

The school of architecture presented the inaugural Thomas S. Witten, FASLA Pulama ‘Aina award to Shun Ishimine.

Business scholarship means opportunity and growth

Mānoa business student expresses deep gratitude for financial assistance.

Student counts on a career as a math teacher

Daniel John Quiamas, the 2021 recipient of the Hawaiian Telcom Math & Science Scholarship, wants to give back by helping students succeed at math.

FICOH scholarship supports students studying climate change

A new scholarship funded by First Insurance Company of Hawaii benefits students at UH's Institute for Sustainability and Resilience.

Scholarship to help women oceanography students who ‘love the Pacific Ocean’

Fran Friend Alexander and her husband, Kirk Alexander, have endowed a scholarship that will benefit women graduate students studying oceanography at UH.

With fan support, Warriors stand on solid ground

Spearheaded by ex-pat alum Tom Kitaguchi, the Warrior Nation Facebook group has the football team's locker room covered.

Developing resilience leaders at Kapi‘olani CC

Kapi‘olani CC will use a $25,000 Hawaiian Electric grant to establish a new community sustainability initiative.

UHAA–Las Vegas chapter honors its spark

Merriam Olds will continue to influence UH students into the distant future, through a scholarship UHAA–Las Vegas has established in her name.