I think most Hawaiians know about the college financial assistance program through, Kamehameha Schools If you don't, visit www.ksbe.edu/finaid
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The Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation which supports the Kamehameha Schools has a scholarship program of their own. Visit http://www.pauahi.org/page_server/Scholarships/scholarships.php Unlike KSBE, if you're not a Kamehameha graduate, several of these scholarships can still be used at colleges and universities outside of Hawai'i.
Maui Community College (MCC) facilitates the Native Hawaiian scholarship program known as Liko A'e. You don't have to be enrolled at Maui Community College to apply. Check out www.likoae.org. Similar to the Ke Ali'i Pauahi Foundation scholarships, these can be used outside of Hawai'i as well.
The Native Hawaiian Leadership Project (NHLP) is a program funded by the U.S. Department of Education, Native Hawaiian Higher Education Act. These funds are used to implement various projects that encourage and assist Native Hawaiians to attain undergraduate, graduate and doctorate degrees.
For more NHLP scholarship information, visit http://www.cba.hawaii.edu/nhlp/scholarships.html
The Hawai'i Community Foundation (HCF) has many scholarships and some of them are for Native Hawaiians. One of the scholarships is from the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands. Hawai'i Community Foundation scholarships can be looked at by going to http://www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org/scholar/scholar.php
If, as a Native Hawaiian, you are considering the idea of going to the Univerity of Hawai'i you may want to see if you're eligible for a tuition waiver from, Kua'ana: Native Hawaiian Student Development Services Be sure to visit www.hawaii.edu/kuaana
The Prince Kuhio Hawaiian Civic Club has a scholarship program and you can learn more about it by going to http://www.doe.k12.hi.us/bulletin15/2760.htm
All the way from Las Vegas, Nevada, The Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Las Vegas Hawaiian Civic Club has a scholarship program. For more information on that, please visit or click on http://lvhcc.org/ScholarshipInfo
The Hawaiian Civic Club of Honolulu was founded by Prince Jonah Kuhio on December 17, 1918. The proceeds from this clubs Holoku Ball go towards funding the club's scholarship program. For more information, visit http://www.hcchonolulu.org/scholarship/index.html
The Hawai'i's Daughter Guild of California also has a scholarship program that is open to women of Polynesian ancestry and who are also residents of California. See http://www.hiccsc.org/scholarships.htm
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