In Partnership with the Southern Weekend

Get free tuition for a year at UH Manoa with the Make Manoa Yours Scholarship

Deadline to apply is March, 1, 2020!

Sponsored by University of Hawaii at Manoa and University of Hawaii Federal Credit Union

Thinking of going to college? Now’s your chance to win free tuition for a year at UH Manoa! Thanks to University of Hawaii Federal Credit Union, Hawaii residents can apply for the Make Manoa Yours Scholarship now through March 1, 2020. HI Now host Kanoe Gibson is with Stacey Robinol from UHFCU and Ryan Yamaguchi from UH Manoa to learn more about the opportunity.

Celebrating over 60 years of service, UHFCU is a federally chartered credit union with over $630 million in assets that serves the faculty, staff, students, and alumni association members of the University of Hawaii system statewide.

For UHFCU, it is a privilege to provide the opportunity for local students to pursue their academic goals. The credit union was founded upon the legacy and critical importance of the UH System education and believes in the importance of giving back to its members and the local community.

UHFCU’s main office is located at 2019 S. King Street (at the corner of McCully and King), with additional branches on the UH Mānoa Campus and UH West Oahu campus. It also provides access to members at over 50 Shared Branch locations and more than 375 surcharge-free ATMs throughout Hawai`i.

Remember that the deadline to apply is March 1! To enter, click here. 

About UH Manoa:
Rooted in a rich history of academic tradition and excellence, the University of Hawaii at Manoa is the largest and oldest of the 10 UH campuses. Established in 1907, UH Manoa offers affordable, world-class higher education to the people of Hawaii and conducts pioneering research to address critical issues facing the state and the world.

UH Manoa is internationally recognized, consistently rated in the top 2 percent in national and international rankings by the most prestigious organizations. Offering hundreds of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees as well as a strong, vital research program, the university is also nationally ranked in NCAA Division I athletics.