UHM Financial Aid Services
A comprehensive list of UH, local and national scholarships. Includes links to funding sources such as the UH Foundation, the UHM Kua'aina Tuition Waiver, Hawai'i Community Foundation, Palama Settlement Scholarship, Asian American Scholarships, Point Foundation LGBTQ Scholarship, and the Soroptimist International Women's Opportunity Award.
Indian Health Service Scholarship Program
Indian Health Service awards this scholarship to students who are seeking a degree in the public health field. In order to be eligible, students must agree to work in an American Indian or Alaska Native community.
NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program
The National Institutes of Health offers scholarships of up to $20,000 for tuition per academic year to students from disadvantaged backgrounds. They will also cover the cost for reasonable living expenses. For each year of scholarship, recipients must participate in two NIH research training programs and a paid summer lab experience. Graduates will then continue their training with NIH as a full-time employee. Use the NIH Eligibility Wizard to determine eligibility for this program.
Tylenol Future Care Scholarship
Tylenol awards ten (10) $10,000 scholarships and twenty-five (25) $5,000 scholarships each year. Applicants must be a graduate student or a college senior who will be entering a graduate program in medical school, nursing, or pharmacy. The culminating degree must be one which requires actively treating patients.
Udall Undergraduate Scholarship
Each year, the Morris and Stewart Udall Foundation awards 50 scholarships of up to $7,000 to Native American or Alaska Native college sophomores and juniors seeking careers in tribal policy or native health care. An Environmental Scholars program is also offered to students interested in conservation and environmental policy.
Truth Impact Scholarship
Truth Initiative awards one (1) $10,000 and one (1) $5,000 to students with unique stories about themselves or their community overcoming adversity.
Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Scholarship
The Congressional Black Caucus, in partnership with United Health Foundation, offers four (4) multi-year awards of at least $5,000 to $10,000 to undergraduate or graduate students in a health-related degree program which culminates in a career as a primary health care professional (e.g., physicians, dentists, public health professionals, nurses, pharmacists) in underserved populations.
The ACMPE Scholarship Fund, Inc.
Various scholarships ranging from $2,500 to $5,000 offered to student members of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) seeking an undergraduate or graduate degree in medical practice management (includes public health, business, and healthcare administration).