Scholarships

Scholarships from External Organizations

Following are some of the major scholarship programs that are included in our listing of scholarships from private sources:

  • The Army Health Professions Scholarship Program is available for students who have been accepted to Doctor of Medicine or Osteopathy, Dentistry, Optometry, Clinical or Counseling Psychology, or Veterinary Medicine Programs.
  • The Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund is a national organization dedicated to the financial scholarship needs of Asian and Pacific Islander American students.
  • The Gates Millennium Scholars program promotes academic excellence and provides opportunities for outstanding minority students with significant financial need.
  • Hawaii Community Foundation oversees over 150 scholarship funds of which eligibility and criteria may vary. Students may be awarded one or more scholarships.
  • Hawaii Education Association offers scholarships to individuals (or their dependents) who have at least one year membership in HEA.
  • Kamehameha Schools Post-High Scholarships provide funds for students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
  • The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration’s Nursing Scholarship Program offers scholarships to students who are enrolled in an accredited nursing school or program.
  • The Sallie Mae Fund sponsors several scholarship programs and supports hundreds of college scholarships.
  • The SMART Scholarship Program offers full scholarships to undergraduate, master' s, and doctoral students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

Located under Related Links is a detailed listing of scholarships from external organizations that are available to download.  This listing is updated periodically and is separated by Graduate Students, Hawaii Residents, International Students, and U.S. Mainland Residents.

This information is voluntarily provided and HPU is not liable for any mis-information and does not receive any endorsements of any kind from the listed "external" sources of financial aid. The opportunity to apply for the same scholarship may be available next year if the deadlines have since passed.

Some informational pamphlets with detailed description, eligibility requirements and application forms are available at the Scholarships Office, 1164 Bishop Street (UB building), Suite 210, downtown campus.

If you have any questions or need further information, please feel free to contact the Scholarships Office by using the e-mail link located to the right of the page or by calling (808) 566-2430 or 1-866-CALL-HPU (Toll-free: U.S. and Canada Only).