Review Status

If you have applied for financial aid at any University of Hawai’i campus using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you may review your status on MyUH.

  • Go to MyUH
  • Search for the “View My Financial Aid Information” task by entering text in the search bar, then ENTER.
  • The “View My Financial Aid Information” task will appear in the Search Results section. Click on the task. You will be prompted to login if you have not already done so.

You will be brought directly to the Financial Aid Main Menu which contains the following:

Financial Aid is Aid Year specific so you will be prompted to select an Aid Year to view.  If you listed a UH campus on your FAFSA for a specific Aid Year, it will appear in the drop-down selection list.  You may apply to multiple UH campuses for aid but can only receive aid from one UH campus per term or enrollment period.  You may, however, receive aid from one campus in the fall and a different campus in the spring in the same Aid Year.

To add a campus, to check on an application (FAFSA) that does not appear, or to make other changes, go to or call 1-800-433-3243.


My Overall Status of Financial Aid

My Overall Status of Financial Aid will display a summary of your aid status for the specified year.  Below are examples of what the summary page may look like depending on the status of your application.  Links to other pages provide more detailed information.

If you’ve been awarded aid for the award year, a summary screen similar to one below will display.


If you’ve applied but the financial aid office at the campus requires additional documents to complete your application, a summary screen similar to the one below will display.  Follow the link to student requirements to see what is required to complete your application.


My Eligibility

The Eligibility Menu allows you to check on items that affect your eligibility for financial aid.


  • Holds – Any holds on your record will be displayed here.  Holds may be placed on your record for various reasons such as library or parking fines, financial obligations, or health clearances.  Holds must be resolved prior to registration.
  • Student Requirements – The campus financial aid office will indicate the documents or requirements needed to complete your application.  Also, some financial aid funds have additional requirements to be completed before the aid can be released to you.  These requirements will be displayed here.
  • Academic Progress – Students must maintain satisfactory academic progress to be eligible for financial aid.  Your academic progress status will be displayed here.  Financial aid academic progress may be stricter than the school academic policy on probation.
  • Academic Transcript – This link will take you to STAR where you may view your unofficial academic transcript.

My Award Information

The My Award Information menu allows you to view and accept your awards, view your account summary, payment schedule, loan applications, and withdrawal information.

Email Your Financial Aid Office

For questions regarding financial aid, please contact the campus financial aid office using the email link on the Financial Aid Menu.

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Student Aid Website

Through, you can link to government (and selected non-government) web sites to help you:

  • Choose the right college
  • Apply online for financial aid and scholarships
  • Find summer internships or jobs
  • Learn about careers that interest you
  • Tap into government research databases
  • Get a passport
  • Find rewarding volunteer opportunities
  • And much more! makes it faster and easier to find the answers to your questions by eliminating the need to search the entire web. The links on come from suggestions made by students, parents, teachers, and others who know first-hand what information will be most helpful during the transition to life beyond high school. is a cooperative effort between federal agencies, students, and other parts of the education community, under the leadership of the U.S. Department of Education.

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