The Pacific Area Scholars (PAS) Program is the most coveted and prestigious scholarship at BYU–Hawaii. Being admitted to this program is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity as only a few candidates are selected.
Cost of Attendance
Estimated amounts for the 2019-2020 academic year are displayed below:
|Room & Board||$3,354||$3,354||$2,294||$9,002|
During Your Enrollment at BYU–Hawaii
After each completed semester, once grades are posted and a new CGPA published, scholars' eligibility will be reviewed. Scholars may continue to receive and to cover room & board and books, contingent upon them meeting the requirements of the merit scholarship. The merit scholarship will cover a portion or the full amount of the tuition, based on the cumulative GPA scale. Scholars will be expected to pay for any remaining tuition cost that the merit scholarship does not cover. This cost can be supplemented by student wages earned, should they seek employment. Visit the Merit Scholarship section of our website to learn more about its requirements.
If scholars do not meet eligibility for the program, they will need to apply for the IWORK program.
- The Pacific Area Scholars award will cover no more than four years in residence.
- Scholars will be required to enroll in a minimum of 14 credits for fall and winter, and nine credits for spring.
- This scholarship may not combine with any other institutional scholarships in the student's first year.
- Scholars will need to meet the minimum cumulative GPA requirements for the merit scholarship in order to continue on the PAS program.