There are many federal, state and private resources available to help fund your education at any one of our 10 campuses.
Financial aid offices at each campus have professional staff members to administer these programs and advise students and families regarding the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to them throughout the .
Once you have been accepted into a University of Hawaiʻi program, contact your campus’ financial aid office. Additional types of financial assistance may be available.
Campus Financial Aid Offices and Numbers
Federal Financial Aid
天天色综合,天天干影视The Federal government has many types of grants, scholarships, work study and loan programs available to those who qualify.
These programs are awarded exclusively by the financial aid office at the individual UH campuses. Check with the financial aid office where you plan to attend for more information on availability of funds, eligibility, deadlines and required forms.
Federal Scholarships and Grants
For information about the opportunities listed here, please visit the .
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
- Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (, you can work part-time to earn money for your education.
Supplemental Financial Aid Forms
Students applying for financial aid at one of the University of Hawaiʻi System campuses may need additional documentation to complete their aid application. The following forms are accepted by all campuses except UH Hilo, UH West Oʻahu and UH Mānoa. Check with the financial aid office at these institutions for campus specific forms.