A family business since 1909, Deja Vu Surf Hawaii created the Deja Vu Surf Hawaii Scholarship Fund at Hawaii Community Foundation to support the success of Kauai students. The scholarship criteria gives preference to students who have been in foster care, followed by students who are the first generation in their family to attend college.
To qualify, applicants must attend an accredited two- or four-year, nonprofit institution within the United States as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student, be a resident of Kauai, and maintain a minimum 2.7 GPA.
To apply, students must complete the online application at: www.hawaiicommunityfoundation.org.
The online application period for the 2022-2023 academic year is now closed and awarding has been completed. The 2023-2024 application will open in November.
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2022-2023: Nicholas Uribe, Kauai Community College
2021-2022: Nicole Young, Kauai Community College, Criminal Justice & Criminology
2020-2021: Bryden Kaauwai, University of Nevada-Las Vegas, Business
2019-2020: Gilia Brede, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Criminal Justice & Criminology & David Texeira, Colorado State University – Fort Collins, Political Science
2018-2019 Gilia Brede, Chaminade University of Honolulu, Criminal Justice & Criminology, Lalea Joel, Leeward Community College, Mackenzie Fugett, Kauai Community College, Jacky Lin, Stanford University, & Kari Noe, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
2017-2018: Mitchell Alves, University of Hawaii-Hilo, Meleane Moala, Henry Kupihea, Kelsey Ann Vea, & Patricia Duh
2016-2017: Rheif Callahan, University of Hawaii-West Oahu, Marlon Cudiamat, University of Hawaii-Manoa, Samantha Hawkins-Tabian, University of Hawaii-Manoa, Mitchell Alves, University of Hawaii-Hilo, & Patricia Duh, University of Hawaii-West Oahu
2015-2016: Mitchell Alves, University of Hawaii-Hilo, Yako Funaki, University of California Santa Cruz, Dean Brown-Aiwohi, Kauai Community College, Jana-Lynn Kolo, Kauai Community College & Jennie Waiwaiole-Vega, Kauai Community College