Scholarships

Margaret Hustace Pietsch Memorial Scholarship

Description and Eligibility Requirements: This scholarship is given in memory of Margaret Hustace Pietsch, who was the wife of Hawai'i Pacific University Trustee, the late Mr. Charles Pietsch III, and is awarded to undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in any degree program. Applicants must have completed at least two semesters at HPU, be enrolled full-time, have a 3.25 cumulative GPA, and have been involved with community service outside of HPU.  Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and permanent resident of Hawai'i, and demonstrate financial need.
Scholarship Value: Up to $1,200 awarded to each recipient
Application Deadline: March 18, 2013
Scholarship Period: Fall 2013-Spring 2014
Application Form: Located in Related Links  

The Margaret Hustace Pietsch Memorial Scholarship Recipients

2012

Armani De Ocampo, Alyssa Persau, Kristen Pylman

2011

Kaimanaokai Carvalho, Robert Kinslow, Carly Molinar

2010

Johara Carbon, Tamarin DeMatta, Serena Karnagy, Stephen McLellan, Brandee Webb

2009

Brianne Naito, Jose Siu

2008

Alicia Davila, Vanessa Gray, Gianna Hacker, and Danielle Mooshol

2007

Kristin O'Shea

2006

Caroline Lacar, Kimberly Fox Allen

2005

Brandee Kozuyo Chong, May Lamotte, Greer Allison Tison, Michell Fay Van Hessen

2004

Kwan Yee Queeneie HO, Dawn T. Tanaka

2003

Lehi L. Blevins, Summer Lily Puanani Martin, Lilia Moana Maii, Solana S.H. Rosa

2002

Aurelia Kinslow, Lilia Maii, Solana Rosa

2001

Joanna Nguyen, Kathleen Bepko, Heather Mossinger

2000

Jetta Serikawa

1999

Nicolas Lindman

1998

Jana Fujii

1997

Georgeanna Mann

1996

Aprilyn Lacsina


HPU reserves the right to cancel, reduce, or substitute an institutional scholarship. HPU scholarships that pay institutional costs, such as tuition, will be reduced in the case where a student receives other direct tuition benefits from an outside source, such as, but not limited to, VA tuition benefits or employer tuition payments made directly to the institution. Tuition scholarships from all sources cannot exceed the cost of actual tuition, and must meet the terms of the specific scholarship.

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