High School Students Can Earn College Credits at UH Mānoa This Summer
(Sponsored) High school students in 10th and 11th grade can apply for Outreach College’s Summer Scholar Program at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
This six-week program will introduce high school students to the campus experience while they take a course for credit with college students. They’ll have the opportunity to sample an academic area of interest while fulfilling UH Mānoa core requirements that may also transfer to other institutions. To qualify, high school students must have parent or guardian approval, a 3.5 GPA and the maturity and motivation required to complete university-level course work. Outreach College offers a $1,200 need-based scholarship to Hawaiʻi high school students participating in the program.