August 23, 2019

Leora Parmalee Dean Scholarship Awarded by University of Hawaii at Manoa

The Leora Parmalee Dean Scholarship is a financial award sponsored by University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Information About the Scholarship:

Award Amount: Minimum – $200, Average – $500, Maximum – $1000
Application Deadline: Early application recommended
Scholarship Requirements: Candidate must be a resident of Hawaii, be a full-time undergraduate, have a minimum 3.0 grade point average, and demonstrate financial need.
Eligible for: Must be a college junior or senior.

Awarded by:

University of Hawaii at Manoa
2600 Campus Road, Room #001
Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: 808 956 8975
Sponsor’s Website:

Contact Details:

Financial Aid Services

Phone: 808 956 7251
Fax: 808 956 3985

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University of Hawaii at Manoa