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Scholarship Opportunities

As of 12/1/22:  New external scholarships/opportunities can be found on this Google Doc.

Scholarship applications will be announced to newly admitted incoming MS1 students by the Office of Admissions, and in November to returning MS2-4 students.

Recruitment ScholarshipsMS1 ScholarshipsMS2 - MS4 ScholarshipsʻImi Hoʻola GraduatesNon-Resident StudentsNative Hawaiian AncestryExternal ScholarshipsUH Scholarships
Adventist Health Castle JABSOM Student Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and be willing to sign an agreement with JABSOM to commit to practice medicine in Hawaiʻi pursuant to the terms and conditions of the JABSOM Scholars Tuition Program agreement. In addition, the prospective recipient must be from or have strong ties to the Windward side of Oahu as self-identified through application process. This is a 4-year full tuition scholarship.
Barry and Virginia Weinman Scholarship
The prospective recipient(s) must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident, be enrolled full-time and intends to practice medicine in Hawaiʻi. In addition, the prospective recipient must have received a public education in Hawaiʻi in the following descending preferences:

  • Graduated from a public high school in the state of Hawaiʻi
  • Obtained a bachelor’s degree from the University of Hawaiʻi
  • Pursued graduate level studies at the University of Hawaiʻi

This is a 4 – year full tuition scholarship

Donovan K.I. Ching Memorial Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to provide need-based scholarships to deserving students pursuing an M.D. degree at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM, demonstrates financial need and is a Hawaii resident as defined by JABSOM’s residency screening for admissions purposes.
Empowerment Fund at JABSOM
The prospective recipient must be a State of Hawaiʻi resident and have the following preferences: be a female student and express an interest in practicing medicine in Hawaiʻi upon completion of their medical training. This is a 4 – year scholarship that is awarded every 4 – years.
Hawaiʻi Pacific Health Medical Student Scholarship
The prospective recipient(s) must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, and have academic merit. In addition, it is preferred that the prospective recipient was a past participant of the Hawaiʻi Pacific Health Summer Student Research Program and be willing to sign an agreement to commit to practice medicine in Hawaiʻi pursuant to the terms and conditions of the JABSOM Scholars Tuition Program agreement. This is a 4 – year full tuition scholarship.
Hiromu Matsumoto Scholarship at JABSOM in Honor of Dr. Windsor Cutting
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full time and have academic merit. This is a 4 – year scholarship.
JABSOM Achievement Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, have demonstrated academic merit and ranks high in their class as determined by the Admissions Committee. This is a 4 – year scholarship.
JABSOM Enhancement Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, have academic merit and financial need as determined by the Admissions Committee.
JABSOM MD Alumni Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have the emphasis or intent to specialize in improving the health care of the people of Hawaiʻi upon completion of their training. The prospective recipient must also be enrolled full-time and should have some degree of financial need.
JABSOM Merit Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, have demonstrated academic merit and is the highest ranking in their class as determined by the Admissions Committee. This is a 4 – year scholarship.
JABSOM Pauahi Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming admitted medical student, with a preference for those of Native Hawaiian ancestry, as determined by JABSOM. The recipient must be enrolled full-time and should have some financial need.
John A. Burns Foundation Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Resident of Hawaiʻi and be one of the top-ranked first-year JABSOM students as determined by the JABSOM Admissions screening.
Kaiser-Permanente Hawaii Medical Student Scholarship
The prospective recipient(s) must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and have merit that is based on opportunities, experiences, determination and academic scores. In addition, it is preferred that the prospective recipient(s) should: 1) intend to practice medicine in Hawaiʻi’s rural, underserved and/or communities facing health disparities; and 2) that one scholarship be for students from rural Oahu (especially Leeward Oahu and Waimanalo) or the Neighbor Island (especially Hawaiʻi island and Maui) communities. This is a 4 – year, full tuition scholarship.
Kauai Medical Training Track Scholarship
The purpose of the fund is to provide full-tuition support to 6 – incoming 1st year students for 4-years. The selected recipients must be full-time students at JABSOM with ties to Kauai or another neighbor island and/or a strong interest in rural health. Must be willing to reside on Kauai for the Medical Training Track Program.
Nadine A. Kahanamoku Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to ensure that any student, and in particular a preference for any Native Hawaiian or part-Hawaiian student, who is admitted and wishes to attend the John A. Burns School of Medicine has opportunities for financial support. The prospective recipient should have some financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
Pacific Anesthesia Endowment Scholarship
The prospective recipient(s) must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and have academic merit.
Samuro and Florence Y. Ichinose Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawai’i resident, enrolled full-time, have scholastic merit and should have financial need. This is a 4 – year scholarship.
The Kokame Family Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a deserving, incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, should have some financial need and academic merit. This is a 4 – year scholarship that is awarded every 4 – years.
The Yazawa Family Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a deserving, incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, should have some financial need and academic merit. This is a 4 – year scholarship that is awarded every 4 – years.
Wo JABSOM Achievement Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, and have academic merit. This is a 4 – year scholarship.
Wo JABSOM Opportunity Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming 1st year medical student who is a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purpose, be enrolled full-time, and have financial need. This is a 4 – year scholarship.
Bryan W. Wahl, M.D., J.D. Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a first-year medical student of Hawaiʻi residency and should have some financial need.
Dr. Kekuni Blaisdell Scholarship for Native Hawaiian Health
The purpose of this fund is to assist admitted students through the Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa, to increase the number of Native Hawaiian physicians in the state through improved access to educational opportunities for Native Hawaiian students pursuing careers in medicine. The prospective recipient must have a demonstrated interest or involvement in community service, leadership and/or activities related to social justice or health issues of Native Hawaiians. Preference is for those applicants who are of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
Dr. Stephen A. & Mrs. Eugenie M. Werbel Endowed Scholarship at John A. Burns School of Medicine
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to full-time medical students at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM and demonstrates financial need. Preference to State of Hawaii residents or graduates of the ‘Imi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program.
Edward L. Beckman MD Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have great financial need as determined by the selection committee, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.
Hankie and Shinki Kuniyoshi Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a first-year medical student and demonstrated academic merit.
Kerry T. Yasunobu Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purposes and be enrolled full-time.
Mary Lou & Dr. Mathew H. M. Lee Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have some degree of financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
Medical School Scholarship
The prospective recipient should exhibit the highest standards of professional and ethical behavior as dictated in the 6th graduation objective of JABSOM.
Nadine A. Kahanamoku Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to ensure that any student, and in particular a preference for any Native Hawaiian or part-Hawaiian student, who is admitted and wishes to attend the John A. Burns School of Medicine has opportunities for financial support. The prospective recipient should have some financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
Shigeru and May Horio Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a first-year medical student, a Hawaiʻi resident and must have great financial need.
Wanda Jane Pavela Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be from one of the indicated preferences and given to students in the following order: born in 1) La Crosse, Wisconsin 2) Wisconsin 3) Kailua, Hawaii. If there are no Wisconsin or Kailua applicants, the scholarship may be given to the next best qualified student as determined by the JABSOM Scholarship Committee.
Allen B. Richardson MD Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, with preference for students of Native Hawaiian ancestry as identified through the JABSOM application process. The recipient must be in their 3rd or 4th year of medical school, should have some financial need, academic merit and an intent to practice surgery in Hawaiʻi.
Asian-Pacific Focus Scholarship at JABSOM
The prospective recipient must demonstrate an interest and commitment to practicing medicine in the Pacific Asian region, must have academic merit and must have demonstrated contributions to developing school programs and/or community relations.
Ben and Dede Young Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a State of Hawaiʻi resident, must be a third-year medical student, must be enrolled full-time, must have great financial need and have merit.
Ben Young, M.D. Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to full-time medical students pursuing an M.D. degree at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM, demonstrates financial need and is in good academic standing. Preference to graduates of the ʻImi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program or a student of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
Bert and Vonnie Turner Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, have some degree of financial need, be in good academic standing as a medical student and have successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola Post Baccalaureate program.
Colin C. McCorriston, M.D. and Helen D. McCorriston Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, must be a fourth-year student, must be enrolled full-time, must have some financial need, should have academic merit as demonstrated by a grade of Honors in their 3rd year clinical rotations and should have an emphasis or intent to specialize in OB-GYN.
David and Lenora M. Cho Endowed Graduate Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and must have academic merit.
Dean Terence Rogers Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, should have the greatest financial need as determined by the JABSOM Office of Student Affairs, have merit and should have the following special circumstances of having successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola program.
Dean Windsor Cutting Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to students with financial need pursuing a medical (M.D.) degree at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM, demonstrates financial need, is in good standing academically, demonstrates good conduct and is a Hawaii Resident or a resident of the U.S. Affiliated Pacific Islands (e.g., Samoa, Guam, Micronesia, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands).
Dr. Domingo and Madelaine Leonida Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident who graduated from a State of Hawaiʻi high school, and be enrolled full-time. In addition, it is preferred that the prospective recipient should have completed the ʻImi Hoʻola or similar program.
Dr. Kekuni Blaisdell Scholarship for Native Hawaiian Health
The purpose of this fund is to assist admitted students through the Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa, to increase the number of Native Hawaiian physicians in the state through improved access to educational opportunities for Native Hawaiian students pursuing careers in medicine. The prospective recipient must have a demonstrated interest or involvement in community service, leadership and/or activities related to social justice or health issues of Native Hawaiians. Preference is for those applicants who are of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
Dr. Ryan and Mrs. Karen Sumida Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, must have some financial need, have merit and preference to State of Hawaiʻi residents.
Elizabeth and Richard Grossman Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must demonstrate great financial need and be enrolled full or part-time.
Islands Hospice Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, must be a fourth-year student, should have satisfactory academic merit and should have the intent to enter into a geriatric or palliative care fellowship program in the future.
JABSOM MD Class of 1989 Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time and should have some financial need.
Kheng See Ang, MD and Lawrence J. Taff Endowed Scholarship at JABSOM
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, must be enrolled full-time, should have some financial need, should have academic merit and preference to those applicants who intends to practice in Hawaiʻi upon completion of their training.
Mansfield M. & Charlotte M. Snyder Scholarship Fund
The prospective recipient must be a graduate of a Hawaiʻi public high school, must be enrolled at full-time, should have some degree of financial need and must have academic merit.
Mary Lou & Dr. Mathew H.M. Lee Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have some degree of financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
Medical School Travel Grant
The prospective recipient(s) must be entering their 4th year of medical school, be in good scholastic standing and either be taking approved course work on another island or outside the State of Hawaiʻi and/or doing residency application interviews outside the State of Hawaiʻi.
Nadine A. Kahanamoku Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to ensure that any student, and in particular a preference for any Native Hawaiian or part-Hawaiian student, who is admitted and wishes to attend the John A. Burns School of Medicine has opportunities for financial support. The prospective recipient should have some financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
Patrick T. Lai, M.D. and Carole C. Lai Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and have merit, with preference to those who intend to practice medicine in Hawaiʻi.
Queen’s ʻImi Hoʻola Scholarship
The prospective recipient(s) must be a graduate of the ʻImi Hoʻola program who will be an incoming first-year medical student, be enrolled full-time and should have some financial need. In addition, the prospective recipient should also be willing to sign an agreement with JABSOM to commit to practicing medicine in Hawaiʻi pursuant to the terms and condition of the JABSOM Tuition Program agreement. It is preferred that the prospective recipient should have:

  • A strong performance while in the ʻImi Hoʻola program
  • An ongoing association with the ʻImi Hoʻola program
  • Intent to establish a medical practice in Hawaiʻi
  • A desire to provide health care services to underserved populations
  • Demonstrates professionalism and leadership qualities

No scholarship application is required as the recipients are selected by a special committee.

Raymond K. Itagaki, MD Endowed Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a fourth-year medical student, must be enrolled full-time and have merit. It is preferred that the prospective recipient should demonstrate the following:

  • Exemplary patient care above and beyond basic standard of care as self-identified and determined through the application process
  • Commitment and dedication to teaching and training as self-identified and determined through the application process
  • Outstanding leadership ability in school, community, or other organizations as self-identified and determined through the application process
Ralph and Jane Hale Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, be enrolled full-time and either be a Molokai High School graduate or have a commitment to serve the residents of Molokai.
Richard Sherbahn, MD Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a State of Hawaiʻi resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purposes, must be enrolled full-time, should have some financial need and merit.
Ronald & Carol Ayabe Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, must be enrolled full-time, should have academic merit and preference to students with some financial need.
School of Medicine - Merit Achievement Service Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a second-year medical student and have academic merit. This scholarship has a separate application process and is not available through STAR.
Shinji and Masuko Soneda and Dr. Cynthia TimTim Soneda Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient must meet Hawaiʻi residency criteria for application purposes at JABSOM, must be enrolled full-time, must be a second, third- or fourth-year medical student and have some financial need.
Stella Lau In Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time or part-time and preference given to a student with involvement in cancer research or cancer programs or patients.
Tarsavi Wati and Ishwar Dass ʻImi Hoʻola Program Endowment
The prospective recipient must have successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program and have some degree of financial need.
The Uohara Scholarship at JABSOM
The prospective recipient must hail from the Big Island of Hawaiʻi as determined by birth, residency, and/or high school graduation; must be enrolled full-time, should have some financial need and preference to those who intend to practice medicine in the State of Hawaiʻi upon completion of their training.
Wallace and Theresa Chun Memorial Award
The purpose of this fund is to provide a scholarship award each year in honor of Wallace and Theresa Chun to recognize, encourage, and support deserving medical students pursuing a degree at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM, must demonstrate financial need and academic excellence. Preference to a graduate of a Hawaii high school, with priority given to graduates of Farrington High School or other Hawaii public high school, as well as being a Hawaii resident as defined by the JABSOM residency screening for admissions purposes.
Wanda Jane Pavela Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be from one of the indicated preferences and given to students in the following order: born in 1) La Crosse, Wisconsin 2) Wisconsin 3) Kailua, Hawaii. If there are no Wisconsin or Kailua applicants, the scholarship may be given to the next best qualified student as determined by the JABSOM Scholarship Committee.
Will J. Henderson Aloha Fund
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time and must be a third-year medical student in good standing. No scholarship application is required for this award, as each member of the third-year class will receive an equal award amount.
Yu-Chong and Dora Lin Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, a graduate of a State of Hawaiʻi high school, be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and have academic merit. The prospective recipient should also have the following preferences of:

  • Being the first in their family to attend medical school
  • Are from an economically disadvantaged background as determined and identified by the school through the application process
  • Completed the ʻImi Hoʻola program
Ben Young, M.D. Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to full-time medical students pursuing an M.D. degree at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM, demonstrates financial need and is in good academic standing. Preference to graduates of the ʻImi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program or a student of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
Bert and Vonnie Turner Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, have some degree of financial need, be in good academic standing as a medical student and have successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola Post Baccalaureate program.
Dean Terence Rogers Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time, should have the greatest financial need as determined by the JABSOM Office of Student Affairs, have merit and should have the following special circumstances of having successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola program.
Dr. Domingo and Madelaine Leonida Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident who graduated from a State of Hawaiʻi high school, and be enrolled full-time. In addition, it is preferred that the prospective recipient should have completed the ʻImi Hoʻola or similar program.
Dr. Stephen A. & Mrs. Eugenie M. Werbel Endowed Scholarship at John A. Burns School of Medicine
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to full-time medical students at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM and demonstrates financial need. Preference to State of Hawaii residents or graduates of the ‘Imi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program.
Queen’s ʻImi Hoʻola Scholarship
The prospective recipient(s) must be a graduate of the ʻImi Hoʻola program who will be an incoming first-year medical student, be enrolled full-time and should have some financial need. In addition, the prospective recipient should also be willing to sign an agreement with JABSOM to commit to practicing medicine in Hawaiʻi pursuant to the terms and condition of the JABSOM Tuition Program agreement. It is preferred that the prospective recipient should have:

  • A strong performance while in the ʻImi Hoʻola program
  • An ongoing association with the ʻImi Hoʻola program
  • Intent to establish a medical practice in Hawaiʻi
  • A desire to provide health care services to underserved populations
  • Demonstrates professionalism and leadership qualities

No scholarship application is required as the recipients are selected by a special committee.

Tarsavi Wati and Ishwar Dass ʻImi Hoʻola Program Endowment
The prospective recipient must have successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program and have some degree of financial need.
Yu-Chong and Dora Lin Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, a graduate of a State of Hawaiʻi high school, be enrolled full-time, have some financial need and have academic merit. The prospective recipient should also have the following preferences of:

  • Being the first in their family to attend medical school
  • Are from an economically disadvantaged background as determined and identified by the school through the application process
  • Completed the ʻImi Hoʻola program
Bert and Vonnie Turner Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have successfully completed the ʻImi Hoʻola Post Baccalaureate program, have some degree of financial need, be in good academic standing as a medical student and be enrolled full-time.
Edward L. Beckman MD Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have great financial need as determined by the selection committee, although not necessarily as defined by federal guidelines.
Elizabeth and Richard Grossman Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must demonstrate great financial need and be enrolled full or part-time.
JABSOM MD Class of 1989 Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be enrolled full-time and should have some financial need.
Mary Lou & Dr. Mathew H. M. Lee Memorial Scholarship
The prospective recipient should have some degree of financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
Medical School Scholarship Fund
The prospective recipient should exhibit the highest standards of professional and ethical behavior as dictated in the 6th graduation objective of JABSOM.
Medical School Travel Grant
The prospective recipient(s) must be entering their 4th year of medical school, be in good scholastic standing and either be taking approved course work on another island or outside the State of Hawaiʻi and/or doing residency application interviews outside the State of Hawaiʻi.
Wanda Jane Pavela Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be from one of the indicated preferences and given to students in the following order: born in 1) La Crosse, Wisconsin 2) Wisconsin 3) Kailua, Hawaii. If there are no Wisconsin or Kailua applicants, the scholarship may be given to the next best qualified student as determined by the JABSOM Scholarship Committee.
Allen B. Richardson Endowed Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be a Hawaiʻi resident, with preference for students of Native Hawaiian ancestry as identified through the JABSOM application process. The recipient must be in their 3rd or 4th year of medical school, should have some financial need, academic merit and an intent to practice surgery in Hawaiʻi.
Ben Young, M.D. Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to provide scholarship support to full-time medical students pursuing an M.D. degree at JABSOM. The applicant must be a full-time student at JABSOM, demonstrates financial need and is in good academic standing. Preference to graduates of the ʻImi Hoʻola Post-Baccalaureate Program or a student of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
Dr. Kekuni Blaisdell Scholarship for Native Hawaiian Health
The purpose of this fund is to assist admitted students through the Native Hawaiian Center of Excellence at the John A. Burns School of Medicine (JABSOM), at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa, to increase the number of Native Hawaiian physicians in the state through improved access to educational opportunities for Native Hawaiian students pursuing careers in medicine. The prospective recipient must have a demonstrated interest or involvement in community service, leadership and/or activities related to social justice or health issues of Native Hawaiians. Preference is for those applicants who are of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
JABSOM Pauahi Scholarship
The prospective recipient must be an incoming admitted medical student, with a preference for those of Native Hawaiian ancestry, as determined by JABSOM. The recipient must be enrolled full-time and should have some financial need.
Nadine A. Kahanamoku Endowed Scholarship
The purpose of this fund is to ensure that any student, and in particular a preference for any Native Hawaiian or part-Hawaiian student, who is admitted and wishes to attend the John A. Burns School of Medicine has opportunities for financial support. The prospective recipient should have some financial need and must be enrolled full-time.
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