Hawaii Scholarships

For many of us, it would be difficult to imagine a better setting for getting your college education than Hawaii. Scholarships are going to be something you will want to look for, though, so you don't have a lot of student loan debt upon graduating. If you are from Hawaii, scholarships from local colleges are definitely one option and many of the community colleges in Hawaii are very inexpensive for local students. Scholarships.com can help you find information about colleges on the islands, as well as scholarships especially created for those living there. The scholarships below will give you an idea of the opportunities that may be found at Scholarships.com. To get the full benefit of our free services and for additional information about Hawaii scholarships and awards based on different search criteria, you should conduct a free college scholarship search at Scholarships.com.

Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation

  • Application Deadline: 2/22/2021
  • Amount: $20,000
  • The Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation is awarded to encourage students from Hawaii to work towards a career in Business. Each scholarship recipient will receive $20,000 over four years (or a pro-rated amount over fewer years). The Foundation awards scholarships to the most deserving applicants on the basis of academic standing, leadership ability, financial need, and a commitment to pursue a career [...] More

Hawai'i Community Foundation Scholarships

  • Application Deadline: 1/31/2021
  • Amount: $2,500
  • The Hawai'i Community Foundation Scholarship program consists of more than 170 different funds, with each scholarship fund having specific eligibility criteria that were defined by the donor when the fund was established. Most scholarships require students be a resident of the State of Hawai'i, plan to attend an accredited two- or four-year college or university as either an undergraduate or [...] More

Hawaii Education Association (HEA) Student Teacher Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 6/15/2021
  • Amount: $2,000
  • The Hawaii Education Association Student Teacher Scholarship was established to minimize the need for employment during the student teaching semester. Two scholarships of $2,000 each will be awarded to two student teachers intending to teach in the Hawaii State Department of Education who are enrolled in a State Approved Teacher Education Program as a full-time undergraduate or post baccalaureate [...] More

Korean University Club Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 2/18/2021
  • Amount: Varies
  • Applicants of the Korean University Club Scholarship must be residents of the State of Hawai’i who can demonstrate financial need, attend an accredited, two-year or four-year, not-for-profit institution within the US (including US territories). Must attend as a full time student (as determined by your school’s financial aid office) with a minimum 2.7 GPA and must be of Korean ancestry. For more [...] More

NIADA Foundation Regional Scholarships

  • Application Deadline: 3/9/2021
  • Amount: $3,500
  • The NIADA Foundation promotes the academic growth of youth throughout the United States and awards scholarships annually at the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association Convention. The Foundation proudly sponsors four young men or women each year who have displayed outstanding abilities in education. Applicants must be high school seniors who have demonstrated outstanding academic [...] More

R.W. "Bob" Holden Scholarship

  • Application Deadline: 6/28/2021
  • Amount: $1,000
  • The R.W. "Bob" Holden Scholarship is a tribute to the continuing leadership in the hotel industry and dedication to education of those entering the industry as expressed by Bob Holden. Applying students must be U.S. citizen and a Hawaii resident, be enrolled as a full-time junior or senior at a U.S. accredited university/college majoring in hotel management and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Deadline [...] More

U.S. Army Loan Repayment Program

  • Application Deadline: 6/23/2021
  • Amount: $1,500
  • U.S Army Loan Repayment Program helps servicemen repay qualified student loans. Out of all the service branches, the Army’s CLRP benefits package is typically regarded as the best, since it provides up to $65,000 in lifetime student loan forgiveness. The benefit is doled out on an annual basis, beginning as soon as a Soldier completes his first year of qualifying service, and provided at a rate [...] More

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Last Reviewed: October 2020