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.
When Janet and Patrick Bullard’s beloved dog Ipo passed away, they decided to honor her memory by helping students who have chosen to help animals.
Scholarships ensure that student-athletes like Kalei Adolpho (Wahine basketball & volleyball), and Davis Rozitis (Rainbow Warriors men’s basketball) succeed.
Eddie Flores emigrated to Hawai‘i at 16. He couldn’t have known the impact he would make – so far his scholarship has helped more than 104 students.
Scholarships can help the ocean and its creatures, too. That’s how ocean recreation specialist Kaipo Perez III (BS & PhD Mānoa) sees it.
An innovative loan repayment program is helping doctors and nurses serve in communities where they are needed the most throughout the state.
The Hawaii Automobile Dealers Association is supporting aspiring automotive technicians on five UH campuses statewide.
The story of the Helen Hites Scholarship is a love story. Nothing displays the power of love more poignantly than this family’s response to a terrible tragedy.
For each of the past 25 years, Fun Factory has helped fund a year’s study at a UH campus for 20 students. Meet two of the 500 recipients.
Jill Abbott so admired the strength and resilience of the single parents she taught at Kapi‘olani CC, she created a scholarship to help similar students.
Thais Bullard created a scholarship in honor of her father to help outstanding grad students in geology and geophysics.
In 2006 at the age of 13, Cash Helman lost his mother to cancer. Before she passed, she made him promise her three things.
Delta Construction Scholarships pay homage to Ken Kobatake’s father by giving back to the West O‘ahu community and its students.