Argosy University & Wai’ehu Kou Phase III Association Offer Three $10,000 ScholarshipsPosted on Sep 8, 2014 in Media Releases
Argosy University of Hawai’i in partnership with Wai’ehu Kou Phase III Association on Maui has available three $10,000 scholarships for award to Hawaiian Home Lands homesteaders or their dependents.
This scholarship opportunity originated with a partnership between Argosy University and Wai’ehu Kou Phase 3 Association in Maui. The Association has graciously opened up the application not just to their own members but to all homesteaders and their dependents across the state of Hawai’i. The scholarship is named after the late Ronald Ku’ualoha Williams, a former Board Director and Treasurer for Wai’ehu Kou Phase III Association, to acknowledge his commitment to his community and to advancing educational opportunities to Hawaii’s young and young at heart. The WKP3 Scholarship Committee will be in charge of evaluating all applications and selecting the awardees.
Two of the scholarships are valid towards any of the Argosy degree programs (bachelor, master, or doctoral), while one is directly specifically towards its MA Marriage and Family Therapy program in Honolulu, Wailuku, or Hilo. Argosy University is a professional institution offering classes in fields including psychology, business, education, and leadership in a format designed for working students, with evening, weekend, and online classes.
Application deadline is November 1, and they hope to make the awards by December 1, 2014, for students entering the Spring 2015 semester in January.
Please contact Kimberly Perez Hults, Argosy University Outreach Representative, immediately at 808-791-5249 or [email protected] if you are interested in applying or need more information.
Kimberly Perez Hults, MBA
Argosy University, Hawaii Campus |Outreach Representative
1001 Bishop St. Suite 400, Honolulu HI 96813
Phone: 808-791-5249 | Fax: 808-791-1539
Email: [email protected]
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