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The College of Engineering is grateful to our generous donors who provide over $500,000 in academic rewards and scholarships to our students every year.  From one-year full scholarships to multi-year scholarships, we are committed to awarding as much of these funds as possible to qualified and need-based applicants.

    • To apply for UH Mānoa and UH System scholarships that are available to exceptionally well-qualified students in all-majors, visit the Financial Aid Services page. Please apply by the 4:00 p.m. (HST) March 1, 2023 deadline.
      • UH Mānoa New Warrior Scholarships, which have earlier deadlines. The New Warrior Scholarships also have earlier deadlines for recommendations. Refer to the UH Mānoa New Warrior website for details.
    • To apply for UH Foundation scholarships that are available for College of Engineering students, login to the STAR system, select “Scholarships” if you have a Student ID or “Scholarships (View Only)” if you do not.  Search for “engineering” to identify the scholarships that are available to engineering majors.


    • To apply for the College of Engineering’s E.E. Black scholarship, fill out the application and deliver it to Holmes Hall 250 by the due date listed on the application.


External Scholarships

The Hoʻokahua Scholarship
As its name implies, this scholarship was created to help Hawaiʻi based students in engineering and construction create strong foundations for success throughout their careers. The scholarship offers up to $5,000 in award for select applicants. As a Hawaiʻi based student majoring in Civil/Environmental Engineering, we see you as a strong candidate for this scholarship and we encourage you to apply today! Applications are due on April 30, 2023.

ARES PRISM Project Management Scholarship
This scholarship recognizes outstanding engineering, project management, and/or construction management students who are interested in learning about engineering or construction project management and show evidence of being leaders in projects. The ARES PRISM annual scholarship award is $1,000 and the application deadline is July 1st each year. NOTE: 2022 deadline is August 15.

CMAA Scholarship
CMAA Hawaii Chapter offers scholarships to assist students planning to pursue or are pursuing a degree in Construction Management.

Department of Defense’s SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program
The SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program offers STEM students who are currently pursuing a bachelor’s, master’s, or Ph.D. a full scholarship, internships, annual stipends, and guaranteed employment with the Department of Defense.

The Watermark Scholars Program
The Watermark Scholars program is an extension of Women at Watermark, a technical women’s organization designed to encourage the growth of women’s leadership through lifelong learning and professional development, mentorship, and service.

Environmental Research & Education Foundation
Scholarships are awarded by EREF to recognize excellence in master’s and doctoral waste management research and education. Applications from students outside the United States or studying abroad will receive equal consideration.

Hawai’i Asphalt Paving Industry Scholarship
This scholarship is to assist college students pursuing a degree in civil engineering, construction management, construction engineering, and other degrees related to the design and construction of infrastructure improvements. The HAPI annual award is two $1,000 scholarships to university students and two $500 scholarships to community college students. The application deadline is October 31st each year.

Naval Horizons
Naval Horizons introduces students to cutting-edge Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) topics that impact the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps. We invite students to learn about Naval STEM challenges and our scientists and engineers through this video series. Then, we encourage students to write an essay explaining how our research and our people inspire them. This contest challenges students to picture themselves in a STEM career by designing the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps of the future.

RISE Scholarships
RISE is designed to allow students to come together and explore their passions, solve complex problems, test their ideas, access support services, and launch companies within an environment that fosters collaboration, leadership, and entrepreneurship. Students from all UH campuses—not just RISE residents—will have access to PACE’s co-working space, meeting rooms, maker spaces, and educational programs which include mentorship, startup training, skills development, and funding.


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