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					                   University of Hawai’i System Scholarships
The University of Hawai'i (UH) System Scholarships are open to students who are admitted as regular students attending any of the ten
(10) campuses of the University of Hawai'i System. The UH System 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. The following scholarships have been
incorporated into a single online scholarship application. The application is available online at
https://www.star.hawaii.edu:10012/Scholarship_live/ProcessorLogout.jsp. The annual online application is made available in January and
the application deadline is March 15th. For more information, please visit our website at
www.hawaii.edu/finaid/scholarships/system/index.html


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        442       Veterans Endowed Scholarship Fund

              o    The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to Hawai’i high school graduates who are majoring in
                   any area of study at any campus within the University of Hawai’i system. Contingent upon final approval by
                   the University, distributions from the fund authorized under this Agreement shall be placed into an
                   expendable fund and shall be used for scholarships according to the following criteria:

                      Recipients must be full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate students majoring in any area of
                       study at any campus in the University of Hawai’i System.
                      Recipients shall demonstrate satisfactory academic achievement as determined by the selection
                       committee.
                      Recipients must have been born in Hawai’i and be graduates of a Hawai’i high school.
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                      Recipients shall submit an essay not more than two pages describing the role of the 442 in WWII and
                       their legacy.
                      Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award although not necessarily as determined by
                       federal guidelines.
                      All criteria being equal, the applicant (s) with the most accurate and well outlined essay shall be given
                       the strongest consideration.


       AlohaCare Scholarship Believes in Me Scholarship

              o    The purpose of this fund is to assist students with financial need who have the desire for an education or to
                   continue their education within any campus of the University of Hawai’i System. The fund is intended to
                   assist students who desire to give back to their community through their career with preference to neighbor
                   island students where there is significant shortage of health care needs. Funds shall be used for costs
                   associated with attendance (tuition, fees, books and supplies). Funds may be used toward distance
                   learning and/or outreach programs. Eligibility Criteria:

                      Recipients must be enrolled full-time or part-time as undergraduate or graduate students in any area of
                       study at any campus within the University of Hawai’i System.
                      Preference shall be given to students in the following order:
                        Students residing from a neighbor island (not Oahu), or who have graduated from a neighbor island
                           high school.
                        Students pursuing studies in healthcare or health related field.
                      Financial need as determined by the FAFSA.


                                                                                                                    UH System Scholarships
                                                                                     2444 Dole Street, Bachman Hall 207, Honolulu, HI 96822
                                                                                           Telephone: (808) 956-6625 Fax: (808) 956-9219
                                                                                            An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution
              Short essay (no more than one page) explaining how the student intends to impact the health of their
               community regardless of their area of study. Students with intent to return to a neighbor island to
               pursue a career shall be given preference.


   Ambassador Mary Olmsted Endowed Fellowship Fund


       o   The purpose of this fund is to provide fellowship support to graduate students from Papua New Guinea
           enrolled in any area of study at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa or the University of Hawai’i at Hilo. The
           fellowship may be used for tuition, fees, books, room and/or board. Contingent upon final approval by the
           University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for fellowships according to the
           following criteria:

              Recipients must be full-time or part-time graduate students accepted for enrollment in any area of study
               at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa or at the University of Hawai’i at Hilo
              Recipients must be citizens of Papua New Guinea.
              Over a ten year period, half the recipients selected shall be women. The criterion will be included as
               long as it is not determined to contrary to federal or state law or University of Foundation policy.


   American Savings Bank Endowed Scholarship

       o   The purpose of this fund is to assist graduates of neighbor island Hawai’i high schools (Big Island, Maui,
           Moloka’i, Lanai and Kauai) attending any University of Hawai’i neighbor island campus (not on O’ahu
           campus). Funds shall be used for costs associated with attendance (tuition, books and fees). Contingent
           upon final approval by the University of Hawai’i, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used
           for scholarships according to the following criteria:

              Recipients must be full-time undergraduate students majoring in any area of study at any neighbor
               island campus, excluding O’ahu, in the University of Hawai’i System.
              Recipient must have satisfactory academic performance as determined by the committee.
              Recipient must be graduates of a neighbor island Hawai’i high school.
              Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award, although not necessarily as defined by federal
               guidelines.


   Antone & Edene Vidinha Trust Scholarship

       o   The purpose of this fund is to assist students with financial need who are residents of Kauai and enrolled in
           any area of study at any campus within the University of Hawai’i system. Funds may be used for tuition,
           fees, books, supplies, and equipment required for enrolled courses. Eligibility Criteria:

              Recipients must have been a Kauai resident for at least 12 consecutive months and be a classified
               student enrolled either full-time or part-time as an undergraduate or graduate in any area of study at
               any campus within the University of Hawai’i System. Students from Kauai high schools and Kauai home
               schooling are eligible.
              Demonstration of financial need as determined by the UH System, which may or may not be
               determined by federal guidelines.
              Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 2.0.
              Must be at least a 12-month resident of the Island of Kauai.
   Arthur & Beatrice Harris Endowment for Graduate Scholarships


       o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support, for both tuition and non-tuition expenses, to full-
           time graduate students enrolled in any field of study at any campus within the University of Hawai’i System.
           Eligibility Criteria:

              Academic achievement as determined by the selection committee.
              Some degree of financial need, not necessarily determined by federal guidelines.


   Claire and Kuhio Asam Scholarship

       o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship assistance to Native Hawaiian students attending any
           University of Hawai’i campus pursuing studies in early childhood education. Funds shall be used for all
           costs associated with attendance (tuition, books and fees). Eligibility criteria:

              Preference shall be given to students of Native Hawaiian ancestry, as determined through self-
               identification.
              Academic achievement as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 3.0.
              Some degree of financial need, not necessarily determined by federal guidelines.


   Colonel Harold E. Jensen Scholarship Endowment at the University of Hawai’i

       o   The scholarship endowment is established to support scholarships for full-time undergraduate students
           enrolled or enrolling in any school, college, or program within the University of Hawai’i system who need
           financial assistance in order to enroll or continue enrollment. Eligibility Criteria:\

              Whenever possible and practical, preference in selection of recipients will be given to the following, in
               no particular order:
                         Children of Merrill Lynch Honolulu office employees who are considered support staff.
                             Specifically excluded are the children of Merrill Lynch employees who are in management
                             positions, who are financial consultants, investment advisors, brokers or employees who
                             perform similar duties;
                         Children of parents residing in Makakilo and other communities of the Waianae Coast,
                             including but not limited to Waianae, Lualualei and Nanakuli.
              If there are no applicants fitting either of these preferences, then the University of Hawai’i System
               Scholarship Committee may award the scholarship(s) to the best qualified students in need of financial
               assistance in order to enroll or continue enrollment.
              Academic Criteria for selection is left to the discretion of the appropriate University officials
              The need for financial assistance is also left to the judgment of the appropriate University officials, and
               shall not be limited to the guidelines set under Federal or State of Hawai’i financial aid programs.


   David and Wendie McClain Endowed Scholarship

       o   The purpose of this fund is to support students who were Regents and Presidential Scholars (“RAPS”) and
           are pursuing at the graduate level at any four year campus within the UH System (currently, UHM, UHH,
           UHWO). Recipients must intend to share their graduate degree expertise for the benefit of society. It is the
           donors’ desire that over time there is an equivalent balance between woman and men award recipients.
           Funds may be used for costs associated with attendance (tuition, books, fees, etc.), in addition to funding
           for software and research related travel, which may include conference fees. Contingent upon final
           approval by the University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships
           according to the following criteria:
                  Recipients shall be full-time, graduate students in any area of study at any four year campus within
                   the University of Hawai’i System who have completed their baccalaureate degree and are accepted
                   and/or enrolled in a graduate degree.
                  Recipients must have been UH Regents and Presidential Scholarship recipients.
                  Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award although not necessarily determined by
                   federal guidelines.
                  Preference shall be given to RAPS recipients who began their baccalaureate education at a UH
                   community college.


   Doris Ching Endowed Scholarship for Access

       o   The purpose of this fund is to assist students with financial need with the opportunity to receive an
           education in any area of study at any University of Hawai’i campus. Contingent upon final approval by the
           University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the
           following criteria:

              Recipients must be full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate students in any area of study at
               any campus within the University of Hawai’i System.
              Recipients must be in good academic standing.
              Recipients must be graduates of a Hawai’i public high school.
              Recipients must have a strong record of community or school service.
              Financial need shall be criterion in making this award, although not necessarily as defined by federal
               guidelines.


   Dr. Richard Linn Stevens Scholarship Fund for Restoration

       o   To provide scholarships to assists students in any field of study at any campus within the University of
           Hawai’i system who demonstrate a commitment in action to the restoration of Hawai’i’s native ecosystems.
           Eligibility Criteria:

              Recipients must be enrolled full-time or part-time as undergraduate or graduate students in any
               program in the University of Hawai’i System.
              Recipients must demonstrate commitment to action to the restoration of Hawai’i’s native ecosystems,
               including the follow-up that ensures success.


   Fernandez Earle Endowed Scholarship


       o   The purpose of this fund is assist students who are Hawai’i residents, preferably Boys and Girls Club of
           Hawai’i members on Oahu, to attend any University of Hawai’i campus. The scholarship is intended to pay
           for all costs associated with attendance. Contingent upon final approval by the University, distributions
           authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the following criteria:

              Recipients shall be full-time, undergraduate students majoring in any area of study at any of the
               University of Hawai’i campus with preference given to students who have an interest in Marine
               Sciences.
              Recipients must be Hawai’i residents.
              Preference shall be given to members of the Boys and Girls Club of Hawai’i on Oahu.
              Recipients must have a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.00 or above to obtain the
               scholarship and must maintain a 3.00 GPA while at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa in order to renew
               it.
              Recipients must be a graduate of a private of public high school on Oahu.
              Recipients must demonstrate volunteerism and service to the community.
              Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award. Eligibility shall be determined by the Free
               Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


   Fun Factory Scholarships

       o   The Fun Factory will award up to twenty $1,000 scholarships (along with a University of Hawai’i tuition
           scholarship) to graduating high school seniors in Hawai’i who have been accepted to a campus within the
           University of Hawai’i system. Eligibility Criteria:

              Student must be a Hawai’i resident.
              Student must be a graduating senior from a Hawai’i public or private high school.
              Student must be accepted to a college prior to receiving the scholarship.
              Student must be taking a minimum of four academic subjects during the senior year. These subjects
               may be in the areas of English, Math, Social Studies, Science, and Foreign Language. Taking two
               courses in the same academic field; i.e., two science courses, is acceptable. Both courses will apply
               toward the minimum for four courses required.


   Harold and Sandy Noborikawa Scholarship Fund

       o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to be used for tuition only for students pursing any field
           of undergraduate study at any four-year University of Hawai’i campus on the Island of Oahu. It is the intent
           of the Donors to enhance the lives of undergraduate freshman through public higher education. The funds
           are to be used for tuition only. Contingent upon final approval by the University, distributions authorized
           under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the following criteria:

              First-time recipients must be incoming freshman enrolled as full-time, undergraduate students majoring
               in any field of study at any four-year University of Hawai’i campus on the island of Oahu.
              Recipients shall have cumulative high school grade point average of 2.5 or above to receive the
               scholarship.
              Recipients must have been born in Hawai’i and be graduates of a Hawai’i public high school.
              Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award, although not necessarily as defined by federal
               guidelines.


   Hawai’i Florists & Shippers Association Endowed Scholarship Fund for Community Colleges

       o   This scholarship fund supports full-time undergraduate students who are pursuing a degree in agriculture at
           any University of Hawai’i community college. Eligibility Criteria:

              Must be a resident of Hawai’i;
              Must be a continuing University of Hawai’i community college student and enrolled full-time in an
               undergraduate program in agriculture;
              Academic merit as demonstrated by a cumulative GPA of 2.0;
              Some degree of financial need, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines


   Hawai’i Lions Scholarship for Leos

       o   The purpose of this fund is to assist Leo Club Members who are attending any campus within the University
           of Hawai’i system. Eligibility Criteria:
               Recipients must be Leo Club members who are graduates of a Hawai’i high school, enrolled full-time or
                part-time as undergraduates or graduates in any area of study within the University of Hawai’i System.
               Must be a Leo Club Member;
               Must be a Hawai’i high school graduate;
               Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 2.5.


   Herbert H. Lee Scholarship

    o   This scholarship is for students from any campus within the University of Hawai’i system and with preference to
        U.S. Citizens of Korean ancestry. Eligibility Criteria:

           Preference to United States citizens of Korean ancestry
           Preference to undergraduate over graduate
           Financial need
           Academic merit as demonstrated by being in good academic standing


 Ho-Pang Endowed Scholarship

    o   The purpose of this fund is assist students attending any campus in the University of Hawai’i System with costs
        associated with attendance (tuition, books, fees, etc). Contingent upon final approval by the University of
        Hawai’i, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the following
        criteria:

           Recipients must be full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate students in any area of study at any in
            the University of Hawai’i System.
           Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award although not necessarily as define by federal
            guidelines.


   John Vernon & Shizuko Nakagawa Harry Endowed Scholarship

    o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to assist students enrolled at the University of Hawai’i
        pursuing any course of study leading to a baccalaureate degree. Eligibility Criteria:
         Recipients must be enrolled full-time or part-time at the University of Hawai’i pursuing any course of study
            leading to a baccalaureate degree.
         Must be a undergraduate student;
         Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 3.0;
         Some degree of financial need, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.


   John M. Ross Foundation Scholarship

    o   The scholarship is to be used to fund college or vocational scholarships for students from the Big Island
        attending University of Hawai’i campuses who have recently received a high school diploma or equivalent within
        the last three years prior to scholarship application. Scholarship funds may be used toward tuition, fees, books,
        supplies and equipment required for the enrolled courses. Eligibility Criteria:

           Preference will be given to longtime residents of the Big Island;
           Preference will be given to students who have received a high school diploma or equivalent within the last
            three years prior to scholarship application.
           Recipients must be full time or part time undergraduate students;
           Recipients must demonstrate financial need, as determined by the University of Hawai’i system;
           Cumulative GPA of at least 2.5;
           Funds shall be used to assist with all costs associated with attendance for the enrolled courses (e.g. tuition,
            books, fees, meals, supplies, equipment etc.).


   Justice Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund

    o   This scholarship is established in memory of United States Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in honor
        of his many significant contributions to the causes of civil rights and equal opportunity. It will assist students,
        preferably African American students, studying at any campus in the University of Hawai’i system to attain their
        educational goals. Eligibility Criteria:

           Student, preferably African American, enrolled full-time or accepted at any campus of the University of
            Hawai’i.
           Academic merit as demonstrated by cumulative grade point average of 2.5 in college for continuing
            students or 3.0 in high school for entering students;
           Evidence of financial need;
           Evidence of community leadership or service;
           State of Hawai’i resident for tuition purposes.


   Kaiser Permanente Scholarships for Students in Health Care at University of Hawai’i

    o   This scholarship is established by the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program to assist and encourage
        student in the field of health care. Applicants must be Hawai’i residents, graduates of Hawai’i public high
        schools, enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in any undergraduate degree program in any health care area at
        any University of Hawai’i system campuses. Preference will be given to graduates of the Farrington Health
        Academy. Eligibility Criteria:

           Applicants for the scholarship must be:
             Resident of Hawai’i ;
             Graduate of Hawai’i public high school;
             Enrolled in or accepted for enrollment in an undergraduate degree program in any area of health care
               at any University of Hawai’i system;
             Academic merit as demonstrated by a GPA of 3.0;
             Some degree of financial need;
             A demonstrated commitment to healthcare which may include, but is not limited to any of the following:
                     volunteer work;
                     current or previous employment in health services;
                     participation in Farrington Health Academy;
                     enrollment in a course of studies in health services;
                     career goals and plans as described in the scholarship application.

        o   Preference will be given to graduates of the Farrington Health Academy


   Leon J. Rhodes Scholarship

    o   This scholarship is to provide support to continuing University of Hawai’i students at the end of their sophomore
        year, who demonstrated academic excellence, exemplary and outstanding leadership and involvement in the
        University and /or community. Eligibility Criteria:

           Priority will be given to sophomore applicants who fulfill as many of the criteria listed below as is possible:
                 Must be admitted and enrolled undergraduate student at University of Hawai’i at Manoa, University
                     of Hawai’i at Hilo or University of Hawai’i at West Oahu.
                 Evidence as determined by peers, staff and/or faculty that the student has demonstrated the
                     following while at UHM/UHH/UHWO.
                            Developed successful human relationship;
                            Applied knowledge gained in the classroom for personal growth;
                            Begun to formulate and articulate personal career plans that bear some relationship to
                             his/her interest and course of study; and
                         Actively participated in the development of activities designed to enhance the quality of
                             campus life.
                   The candidate shall have completed a minimum of two semesters successfully at
                    UHM/UHH/UHWO prior to the semester in which the award is given.
                   The candidate shall have demonstrated either outstanding leadership and/or participation in extra-
                    curricular and co-curricular activities at UHM/UHH/UHWO and/or in the community.
                   The candidate shall demonstrate the value he or she places on the experiences at
                    UHM/UHH/UHWO by helping another student (s) or individual (s) in the general community.


   Maggie & Dan Inouye Hawai’i Education Foundation Endowed Scholarship

    o   The purpose of this fund is to promote and enhance educational opportunities for residents of the State of
        Hawai’i, who will attend any campus within the University of Hawai’i system. Contingent upon final approval by
        the University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the
        following criteria:

           Recipients must be full-time undergraduate students in any area of study attending any campus within the
            University of Hawai’i system.
           Recipients must be a Hawai’i resident.
           Recipients must be a graduate of a Hawai’i public school.
           Preference shall be given to entering first-year students.
           Preference shall be given to students who have overcome obstacles such as socioeconomic or educational
            disadvantage to further promote diversity within the University.
           Financial need shall be criterion in making this award, although not necessarily as defined by federal
            guidelines.
           Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Foundation or the University may modify or disregard these criteria if
            determined to be contrary to law or to Foundation or University policy.


   Mildred Towle Scholarship for International Students at the University of Hawai’i

    o   The purpose of this fund is to assist international students attending a campus within the University of Hawai’i
        system. Eligibility Criteria:

           Recipients must be a foreign student enrolled full-time in an undergraduate or graduate degree program at
            any University of Hawai’i campus. (Students from American territories are eligible to apply.)
           Academic merit as demonstrated by a GPA of at least 3.0
           Some degree of financial need, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines


   Military Intelligence Service Veterans of Hawai’i/Makiki Japanese Language School Endowed Scholarship
    Fund

    o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to assist students attending any campus within the
        University of Hawai’i system who would like to perpetuate the Japanese language and culture. Contingent
        upon final approval by the University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for
        scholarships according to the following criteria:

           Recipients must be enrolled full-time at any University of Hawai’i campus, pursuing an undergraduate or
            graduate degree with a focus on Japanese language and/or culture. Preference shall be given to students
            who plan a career teaching Japanese language.
           Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 3.0;
           Extracurricular activities related to the Japanese language or culture;
           Some degree of financial need, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.


   Palolo Lions Club Scholarship Fund

    o   The purpose of this fund is to assist incoming freshman students at the University of Hawai’i residing in the
        Palolo Lions Club district. Eligibility Criteria:

           Recipients must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program in any campus of the University of
            Hawai’i System.
           Applicants must reside within the boundaries of the Palolo Lions Club district.
           Some degree of financial need, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines
           Academic merit as demonstrated by a GPA of 2.5


   Stars of Oceania Scholarship Endowment

    o   The purpose of this fund is to assist Pacific Island students who will attend any University of Hawai’i campus.
        Contingent upon final approval by the University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used
        for scholarships according to the following criteria:

           Recipients must be full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate students attending any campus within
            the University of Hawai’i System.
           Recipients shall have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above.
           Recipients must be students from the following Pacific Islands: American Samoa, Commonwealth of the
            Northern Mariana Islands, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Futuna, Kiribati, Nauru, New
            Caledonia, Niue, Republic of Palau, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga,
            Tuvalu, Vanuatu, and Wallis, who are admitted to any University of Hawai’i campus.
           Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award although not necessarily as defined by federal
            guidelines.
           Preference shall be given to applicants who submit one letter of recommendation from a non-related faculty
            member or community member.


   UH Scholarship Endowment

    o   These funds are to assist undergraduate students who are admitted and enrolled full-time at any University of
        Hawai’i campus. Eligibility Criteria:

           Must be enrolled full-time in an undergraduate program at any campus within the University of Hawai’i
            system;
           Graduate of a high school in Hawai’i;
           Academic merit as demonstrated by 3.0 GPA or top 20% in the class;
           Eligibility for financial aid.


   UHAA Endowed Scholarship

    o   The purpose of this fund is to assist children and grandchildren of University of Hawai’i alumni of any campus
        within the University of Hawai’i system who will be pursuing studies at any University of Hawai’i campus in
        addition to assist children and/or grandchildren of University of Hawai’i Alumni Association (UHAA) members.
        Funds shall be used for costs associated with attendance (tuition, books and fees). Contingent upon final
        approval by the University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships
        according to the following criteria:
          Recipient must be full-time, undergraduate students majoring in any area of study at any campus in the
           University of Hawai’i system.
          Recipients must have sophomore, junior or senior class standing.
          Recipients must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above. Recipients must submit official
           transcript(s) if transcript(s) cannot be directly received from the Admissions Office.
          Recipients must be a child or grandchild of a University of Hawai’i alumni or UHAA member as self-
           identified through the application process.
          Recipients must demonstrate outstanding academic achievements, employment and/or community service
           activities
          Applicants must submit an essay (500 words or less) outlining financial need and career goals.


   UHAA San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Scholarship

    o   The purpose of this fund is to assist students who reside in the San Francisco Bay Area who will be pursuing
        studies at any University of Hawai’i campus. It is the desire of the UHAA San Francisco Bay Area Chapter to
        provide financial assistance and mentorship to students from their region planning to attend their alma mater.
        Recipients will be invited to join the chapter’s annual luau held in May or June of each year with the hope they
        can send the recipients off to Hawai’i knowing they have many who support them. Eligibility criteria:

          Recipient must reside from the San Francisco Bay area enrolled full-time as an undergraduate or graduate
           student at any of the University of Hawai’i campus.
          Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 3.0
          Some degree of financial need, not as determined by federal guidelines.
          Preference shall be given to graduates of a San Francisco Bay area high school who will be pursuing their
           undergraduate degree.


   Varsity Victory Volunteers Endowed Scholarship Fund

    o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships to assist students attending any University of Hawai’i
        campus, who subscribe to the Triple V’s spirit of service to the community and country. Eligibility Criteria:

           Must be graduates of a Hawai’i high school;
           Must be enrolled full-time;
           Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 2.5
           Some degree of financial need, not as defined by federal guidelines
           Demonstrated participation in volunteer and community service activities


   Violet S. Sato Endowed Scholarship Fund

    o   The purpose of this fund is to assist Waialua High School or Kaimuki High School graduates who will be
        incoming freshmen at any campus within the University of Hawai’i system. Contingent upon final approval by
        the University, distributions authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the
        following criteria:

           Recipients must be enrolled full-time (minimum 12 credits), as undergraduate students majoring in any field
            of study at any campus of the University of Hawai’i System.
           Recipients shall have a freshman class standing.
           Recipients shall have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.0 or above.
           Recipients must be graduates of Waialua High School or Kaimuki High School.
           Financial need shall be criterion in making this award, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.
   Virginia Pearson Ransburg Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship

    o   The Virginia Pearson Ransburg Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship was established through a bequest from
        Virginia Pearson Ransburg in the name of her sorority, Delta Kappa Gamma, for the purpose of providing an
        annual grant to assist a girl or girls from the Trust Territories to take a teaching course at the University of
        Hawaii. Eligibility criteria:

           Any full-time or part-time student enrolled at the University of Hawai’i at Manoa or at the University of
            Hawai’i at Hilo with an expressed intent to major in education.
                Students will be eligible in the following priority order:

                            Students enrolled in the College of Education Program in the College of Education at UH
                             Manoa
                            Students enrolled in the Teacher Education Program in the College of Arts and Sciences at
                             UH Hilo

                   To be considered for this award, students must be:

                            Native to or resident of one of the island groups of the former Trust Territories of the
                             Pacific. These include the Federated States of Micronesia, the Republic of Palau, Republic
                             of the Marshall Islands, and Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands.
                            Enrolled in a course of study considered to appropriately qualify a person to teach,
                             presumable in one of the island groups of the former Trust Territories of the Pacific.


   Walter A. and Diane N. Dods Endowed Scholarship Fund

    o   The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarships for tuition, fees, and books to assist students attending any
        campus of the University of Hawai’i system. Eligibility Criteria:

           Recipients must be graduates of a Hawai’i Public High School
           Must be enrolled full-time in a program at a campus within the University of Hawai’i system;
           Preference will be given to immigrants or second generation immigrants to Hawai’i.
           Academic merit as demonstrated by a minimum GPA of 3.0;
           Some degree of financial need, not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.
           The committee may waive the GPA criteria for an otherwise deserving student.


   Walter Francis and Mary Dillingham Frear Endowed Scholarship

    o   This fund is established to honor Walter F. and Mary Dillingham Frear by providing funding in perpetuity to
        assist students attending any campus within the University of Hawai’i system. Funds shall be used to assist
        with costs associated with attendance (e.g. tuition, books, fees, meals, supplies, etc.) for student pursuing
        studies at the undergraduate or graduate level Contingent upon final approval by the University, distributions
        authorized under this Agreement shall be used for scholarships according to the following criteria:

           Recipients must be full-time or part-time, undergraduate or graduate students majoring in any area of study
            at any campus within the University of Hawai’i system.
           Recipients shall have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or above
           Recipients must be graduates of a Hawai’i high school and resident of the State of Hawai’i.
           Financial need shall be a criterion in making this award although not necessarily as define by federal
            guidelines.
           To honor the Frears, each recipient shall be provided with brief historical background information about
            them.

				
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