A scholarship resource for Native students at the University of Redlands - Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian.
NSP is happy to help with scholarship applications, required letters of recommendation, and more.
The Hawai`i's Daughters Guild of California supports the ever increasing educational need and goals of woman of Polynesian ancestry. Our commitment is to help young women achieve their post-secondary educational endeavors through mentoring and scholarship awards.
Deadline: March 15th
The Hawaii Community Foundation helps people make a difference by inspiring the spirit of giving and by investing in people and solutions to benefit every Island community.
“As servants of our people, we are dedicated to working in a spirit of Suminangwa-Naminangwa, providing quality service and preserving our culture, values, land and resources. We are committed to promoting opportunities for self-determination and self-sufficiency.”
Summer Semester April 15th
The Ke Ali’i Pauahi Foundation is a nonprofit corporation whose mission is to “develop new and diverse sources of income to support the ever-increasing educational needs and goals of people of Hawaiian ancestry.”
Scholarships for both public applicants & Kamehameha School senior students are available.
Deadline: December 20th for Kamehameha, February 7th for Public
Requirements: Depends if a Kamehameha student or Public Applicant. Check the website for exact requirements for each.
Little Eagle Free, Inc. awards scholarships to American Indian students attending college within the state of California.
Deadline: July 15th