Donor provides the chance she didn’t have

April 19th, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Campus News

Nancy and Timothy Manley

Nancy and Timothy Manley

Nancy Manley led a fulfilling life. She traveled extensively with her late husband, University of Hawaiʻi alumnus Timothy (PhD in linguistics ’71, Mānoa), a Marine, Harvard graduate, foreign service officer and attorney.

Still, she never forgot the disappointment of missing out on college as a young woman because she didn’t have the financial means to attend.

So she established the Timothy M. and Nancy C. Manley Chancellor’s Achievement Endowed Scholarship at the UH Foundation with a pledge of $200,000 to provide financial support for academically accomplished Hawaiʻi students. The scholarship provides tuition and other expenses for up to four years and may be accompanied by an invitation to join the Mānoa Honors Program.

For information about UH Foundation scholarships, contact Malia Peters at (808) 956-6311.

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