2018 Hawai‘i College Guide

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Crunching the Numbers at UH Mānoa

(2016–2017 school year)

 

$10,872

In-state tuition (average)

 

$32,904

Nonresident tuition (average)

 

$16,308

Western Undergraduate Exchange rate

 

$16,308

Pacific Island Exemption rate

 

$860

Fees

 

$13,030

Room and board (average)

 

SchoolSoup

(schoolsoup.com) is an online database with information on 250,000 scholarships. Browse by state to see what is available to Hawai‘i students. Click on “Scholarships by Race/Minority” to see what is available for students who are of Native Hawaiian, Japanese, Chinese, Filipino, Asian-American or Vietnamese descent.

 

AppUse an app, like Scholly Scholarship Search or SAIL, to sniff out opportunities. SAIL is 99 cents, while Scholly requires a $2.99 account.

 

Additional reporting by Ashley Mizuo

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