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College in Hawaii is costly and getting more expensive every year, yet expenditures on need-based aid are eight times lower than the national average. That’s the bad news, but here’s the good news: The state is loaded with scholarship opportunities, so approaching the financial aid process as seriously as you treat college applications can lead to an affordable degree. Each of the state’s 10 public community colleges and universities administers its own scholarships and also participates in University of Hawaii systemwide scholarships. The UH system is a government agency, so all state financial aid is distributed through it. If you’re headed to one of the state’s handful of private institutions or want to pad your financial aid package, there are multiple foundations that seek to make college cheap through scholarships, many of them earmarked for Native Hawaiians. We talk about those below and then explain how to lower your cost of living while you study in the most beautiful — and expensive — state in the U.S. Read more…
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2016 is an exciting year for education as most public and private not-for-profit colleges and universities in Hawaii are incorporating online degree programs. Knowing that students and families are faced with trying to figure out the best educational route to take, OnlineColleges.net has refocused their site and its resources to provide an investigative review of the online education landscape and critically evaluate the best program available, from quality to affordability. Most importantly, they have provided scholarship information that students can leverage to help finance their education.
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