HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - The University of Hawai'i is reaching out to Native Hawaiians across the state who are interested in going to college and applying for millions of dollars in college scholarships.
The university is hosting a series of free AHA Financial Aid workshops across the state for Native Hawaiians interested in attending college, learning about scholarship opportunities and how to apply for financial aid.
The effort is part of a statewide initiative to bring Native Hawaiian scholarship opportunities to underserved communities across the state, and the university's mission to create opportunities and transform the lives of students, their families and communities through higher education.
The Native Hawaiian Scholarship AHA has assisted countless Native Hawaiian students apply for financial aid that has changed their lives.
The free financial aid presentations and workshops are open to high school and college students, parents, teachers, counselors or anyone interested in learning about the wide range of resources and financial aid available to Native Hawaiian students. The workshop will include a brief tutorial on how to fill out financial aid applications and strategies on earning scholarship money.
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