Scholarship & Financial Aid

The Koʻolaupoko Hawaiian Civic Club offers aid annually to post-secondary students living in the Kāneʻohe-Kualoa area. In keeping with the mission, by-laws, and spirit of the Civic Club, there are two significant considerations of importance: completed volunteer community service and commitment to the preservation, cultivation, and perpetuation of Hawaiian culture. Preference is given to students of Hawaiian ancestry, however, we welcome applicants who have a dedication to the Hawaiian community and culture. Recipients are expected to complete an additional 12 hours minimum of volunteer service in the 12 months following their award.

Scholarship applications and supporting documents must be submitted by April 15. Awards are announced in the beginning of July. To download the scholarship application, please click the link below.

Koolaupoko HCC Scholarship Application pdf



2019-2020 Scholarship Recipients

Ginger Moratin (L) & Tehina Letson (R) help club member Keau George (center) at the Windward Community College Scholarship Aha sharing with other students about the KPHCC scholarship.  

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Kristal Brown (top L), Ian Jenns, (top R), & Celeste Akana (bottom)
2017 Scholarship recipients (L-R): Celest Akana, Amanda Mundon, & Kristal Brown with committee president Cheryl Prince, Club president Alice Hewett (seated left) and club member Nancy Davlantes.
2016-2017 Scholarship recipients (L-R): Kristal Brown, Amanda Mundon, & Celeste Akana with committee president Cheryl Prince, Club president Alice Hewett (seated left) and club member Nancy Davlantes.
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2013-2014 scholarship recipients (L-R) Desiree De Costa, Ashley Sonoda, Shane Nainoa Kahale and Tashina Kapeka Forges. Not pictured: Malia Pares