The Robanna Scholarship Fund was established to offer financial aid to the students who are having financial difficulties which hinders them from continuing their studies. Like any other scholarship programs, the Robanna Scholarship Fund needs to fulfill the necessary requirements in order to qualify for this scholarship program. Part of the qualification for this program is that the candidate must be a Hawaii undergraduate student, and that he or she must pursue any field that is related to health.
Another requirement for the Robanna Scholarship Fund is that the applicant needs to have a grade point average with a minimum of 2.7. This scholarship program is awarded by the Hawaii Community Foundation, and the amount of scholarship award is worth $1,000 which is non- renewable, but recipients may reapply each year.
Students who are interested to apply for the Robanna Scholarship Fund may obtain the application from the Hawaii Community Foundation website, and aside from the completed application, the candidate is required to submit other supporting documents as well such as a printed confirmation page which can be obtained after filling up the application form, a personal statement of about 2- 3 pages that will answer the questions found in the application. Other documents that are needed to be submitted are transcript of records and a copy of the Student Aid Report (SAR) which can be obtained after filing for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
Hopeful candidates who possess the necessary credentials must submit the completed application along with the other supporting documents must be submitted on or before the deadline.