Avg. Federal Grant
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Total Aid Awarded
Students Receiving Aid
Percent of Students Receiving Financial Aid.
Total Aid Amount
Average Total Aid Awarded per year.
Financial Aid Official Website
Quality education doesn't have to be far from home or cost a bundle. The University of Hawai‘i–West O‘ahu offers affordable tuition with numerous options to help studnets fund their education. UH West Oahu offers a variety of opportunities to pay for their education. Most of the grants and scholarships require submitting a FAFSA. Grants and scholarships are a form of financial assistance that do not have to be repaid, however, both have specific requirements. Some scholarships may be awarded based on merit.
Grants are a form of aid that do not need to be repaid and eligibility is determined based upon financial need. Grant funding is limited and awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
Federal Pell Grant- The Federal Pell Grant is awarded to students with exceptional financial need, who are pursuing their first baccalaureate degree and have not met their Pell Lifetime Eligibility Usage (LEU). To be eligible for the federal Pell Grant, the student must be enrolled at least half-time (minimum of 6-credits).
Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)- The Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant is awarded to students with exceptional financial need, who are Pell Grant eligible and are enrolled at least half-time (minimum of six credits).
UH West Oahu Opportunity Grant- UH Opportunity Grants are awarded to students with financial need and are intended to protect the access of low-income students to higher education.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit, academic performance, and/or financial needs. Scholarships are not guaranteed for renewal in subsequent years and may have minimum credit requirements. Scholarships are available to both first-time and transfer students.
Full Tuition- Full tuition scholarships have their own applications and processes. These prestigious scholarships are awarded based on specific requirements.
Partial Tuition- can be completed using the UH System Common Scholarship Application.
Veteran Affairs Scholarships
Federal Work Study
The Federal Work Study (FWS) program, a form of student employment, awards monies for part-time employment to students with financial need. Recipients of this award must be enrolled at least half-time (minimum 6-credits) and meet the satisfactory academic progress requirements for financial aid. Students are paid at least the minimum wage and receive their pay bi-monthly.
Loans are another method of paying for your college education. Different requirements are defined depending on the type of loan a student chooses to pursue.
Student Receiving Aid
Federal Grant Aid
State Grant Aid
Institution Grant Aid
Average Aid Awarded
The Average financial aid students receive is $4,754. After fulfilling certain requirements students can apply for financial aid. Federal Grant Aid comprises of 42% which is $4,754. State Grant Aid comprises of 25% which is $2,011. Institutional Grant Aid is 40% which is approximately $2,523. Pell Grant percentage is 42 and the amount is $4,685.
Average Federal Aid Per Year
$30,001 - $48,000
$48,001 - $75,000
$75,001 - $110,000
After analyzing the family income student can get aid accordingly. Student with family income less than 30,000 can get financial assistance upto $8,078.
The amount might further get lowered for a family income between $30,001 - $48,000 and be $6,589.
A slight change is seen as we move to the family income bracket of $48,001 to $75,000. The financial aid amount would now be $4,609. The expected amount of financial aid can be $1,943 if you belong to an income category of $75,000 to $1,10,000. The figure might further go down to $45 for income higher than $110,000.
Average Loan Amount
Average Loan Amount received per year.
Students Taking Out Loans
Loan Default Rate
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