Listing of Scholarships for 2014-2015:
- DEADLINE: July 31, 2014. The Trimble Foundation Scholarship. Open to Hawaiii residents with financial need enrolled, or planning to enroll, in a Hawaii educational institution and major in Education and Human Services (e.g. literacy, development, health/mental care, hygiene disease prevention, care of the aged/destitute, social welfare, human development, volunteer management, or related areas).
- DEADLINE: August 1, 2014. Patsy Takemoto Mink Education Support Awards. Open to low-income mothers who are pursuring a degree or training. Mink was an ardent supporter of educational access, opportunity, and equity for low-income women, especially mothers; and educational enrichment for children. The low-income criteria is: an annual family income less than $20,000 for a family of 2; less than $24,000 for a family of 3; less than $28,000 for a family of 4.
- DEADLINE: August 31, 2014. College is Power Scholarship. Open to college students 17 years and older who will be enrolled in college within the next twelve months. Applicants may be full- or part-time and attend an on-line or campus-based college.
- DEADLINE: December 1, 2014. Barbara Lotze Scholarship. Open to undergraduate college students or a high school senior accepted into a college or university that is pursuing a career teaching physics in high schools. Offered by the American Association of Physics Teachers. Applications will be reviewed at their annual winter meeting.
Other sources of aid
Kahikina O Ka La STEM Merit-based scholarships: An exciting new program offered at the University of Hawai’i Maui College (UHMC) to assist students interested in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) or related fields, who also have an interest in Native Hawaiian language, culture, and history. Programs include Agriculture and Natural Resources, Nursing, Dental, Engineering, and Applied Business and Information Technology. Priority given to Native Hawaiian students in a STEM field. 2.5 – 2.9- GPA – eligible for $1,750 – $2,500 per semester. 3.5 or higher eligible for up to $5,000. Academic cohorts are limited to 40 students. Best way to get into the cohort is through their High School Summer Bridge program http://maui.hawaii.edu/hikina/. Once they start at UHMC, students can transfer and still receive support. The money goes with them. They have students that are in Masters and PHd programs.
United Negro College Fund (UNCF): A listing of UNCF scholarships, programs, internships, and fellowships for UNCF member colleges and others. Varied scholarships, awards, deadlines, and criteria.
University of Hawaii at Manoa Scholarship listing page: UH Manoa Financial Aid Services (FAS) office scholarship listing page with UH Scholarships, Local, and National resources.
Western Undergraduate Exchange: WUE is the Western Undergraduate Exchange, a program coordinated by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICH). Through WUE, students in Western states may enroll in participating two year and four year public college programs at a reduced tuition level: up to 150 percent of the institutions regular resident tuition. At UH Maui College, Reduced WUE tuition is currently only available for freshman and transfer students applying for the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in the Applied Business and Information Technology (ABIT) program.