The Iglowitz Family has established a scholarship for Pacific Rim Christian University students who clearly have a heart and desire to answer the call to Christian ministry in the 21st Century. This scholarship provides an opportunity for students to strengthen their gifts and pursue their God-given dream. It is intended to honor the service of active duty military or veterans, therefore 50% of the scholarships awarded in any year are reserved for students who are active duty military or veterans. The scholarship amount is a maximum of $1,000 for the academic year. It will be determined by the scholarship award selection committee based upon funds available and number of applicants. Due by the end of July.
The scholarship is established in memory of Charlie Soon. Charlie was passionate about the university’s mission and its quest to equip students with Christian values and principles that would prepare them for their life’s work in reaching the world for Christ. The applicant may apply for the scholarship as a new student admitted to PacRim, or a current student in good standing. The student must have a need for financial assistance to attend PacRim, and must be enrolled for 12 or more semester hours. Applicants who are currently enrolled must have a 2.5 cumulative GPA or higher. The scholarship will be applied to the student’s tuition. A total of $3,000.00 may be awarded to students each fiscal year from this fund. There may be a single recipient or multiple recipients during each award cycle as determined by the selection committee. Due by the end of July.
This scholarship is created to support international students and honors Dr. Elizabeth Misao Keith, a champion of international education. A student must originally apply for admission to PacRim from a country other than the United States, must not be a U.S. citizen, and must not be eligible for federal financial aid. The applicant may apply for the scholarship as a new student admitted to PacRim or a current student in good standing at PacRim. The student must have a need for financial assistance to attend PacRim and must be enrolled for six or more semester hours. Applicants who are currently enrolled must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher. A total of $2,000 may be awarded to students each fiscal year from this fund. There may be a single recipient or multiple recipients during each award cycle. Due by the end of July.
The Kellie Ann Andrade Scholarship Fund was established with the Hawaii Community Foundation in memory of former student, Kellie Ann Andrade. One scholarship is awarded each year. Students interested in this scholarship apply through Pacific Rim Christian University. This scholarship is for a minimum of $500 ($250 per semester). Due by the end of July.