Total Investment for undergraduate 2018-2019:

Big dreams, but little budget? The education you've been hoping for is within reach. The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa offers financing and scholarship opportunities for incoming freshman (first-year) and transfer students.

Cost of Attendance
Expense: Resident WUE Non-Resident
Total: $29,609 $35,153 $51,641
Tuition $11,088 $16,632 $33,120
University Fee $882 $882 $882
Books & Supplies $1,012 $1,012 $1,012
Room & Board $13,673 $13,673 $13,673
Personal Expense $2,954 $2,954 $2,954
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SCHOLARSHIPS

Scholarships are a form of gift aid that do not have to be repaid. They can be awarded based on a variety of factors such as a student's academic performance, athletic achievement, or financial need.
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GRANTS

Grants are another form of gift aid that can come from a variety of sources. Eligibility for a grant may depend on financial need or on any criteria defined by the funding source. Some common grants are listed on the Financial Aid Services website under Financial Aid Awards.
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LOANS

The federal government offers a variety of low-interest loans to both students and parents. This type of aid needs to be repaid. The first step in applying for student loans is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Visit Financial Aid Services for more detailed information on applying for and receiving financial aid.
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FEDERAL WORK STUDY

This is a need-based program that allows eligible students to earn part of their educational expenses by working part time. Employment under the Federal Work-Study program is awarded as part of the financial aid package.
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PAYMENT PLANS

Payment plans are available through the Bursar's Office. Students can sign up for payment plans and review and pay their bill through MyUH Services. For additional information, review the payment plan frequently asked questions or contact the Bursar's Office.