The mission of the HACAC Scholars Program is to provide professional development opportunities that support under-resourced and high-impact HACAC members who are helping to facilitate access to higher education for students in the state of Hawaii.Funding for the HACAC Scholars Program is made available through support from the HACAC Scholars Program and the NACAC Imagine Grant, and various other organizations that support HACAC through generous grants and sponsorships.Mahalo for considering these opportunities. We hope to see your application soon.
HACAC 2023 Annual Conference Scholarship Information
The Annual HACAC Conference is on Saturday, April 1, 2023 at Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu. The social is the evening before the conference on Friday, March 31 at Koolau Ballroom in Kaneohe. Conference registration and details can be found at:
To make the conference and social more accessible for all our members, we are once again offering HACAC Conference Scholarships. To apply for the HACAC Conference Scholarship, please fill out the form attached no later than February 15, 2023.
HACAC 2023 Scholarship Application:
If applying for a scholarship, you may go ahead and register for the conference and select “pay by check” at the end of the registration. That way, you can still take advantage of the early bird rate. If approved for a scholarship, the registration fee will be waived. The scholarship can also help with travel costs for those living on our neighbor islands and hotel costs for one night. The travel, housing and ground transportation costs will be covered via reimbursement (more details on the application).
As I often remind my students this time of year, only people who apply for scholarships are eligible to receive them. Please apply if you need a scholarship because we hope to see you all at the conference and social!
Farris James, HACAC Development Chair
Tyler Cegler, HACAC President
Lei Haas, HACAC President-Elect
Rochelle Sakurai, HACAC Past-President
Questions? Scholarship assistance?
Contact Development Chair: Faris James