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  • The 10 Campuses of the University of Hawaii System
    living laboratory of active volcanoes deep oceans the world s best telescopes and a rich cultural landscape UH Hilo bachelor s and master s degree programs take advantage of it all Campus profile Homepage WEST O AHU With the lowest university tuition in Hawai i this four year institution offers high quality education personalized attention and classes during the day evening weekends and online Campus profile Homepage UH Community Colleges HAWAI I Located in Hilo and administering Kona s UH Center at West Hawai i this Big Island community college offers more than 30 associate degree certificate and non credit programs ranging from health services and hotel operations to business and trades Campus profile Homepage HONOLULU Located near downtown Honolulu with additional facilities for aeronautic marine automotive and heavy equipment programs this innovative community college offers a strong liberal arts curriculum in addition to a wide range of vocational and technological programs Campus profile Homepage KAPI OLANI On the slopes of Diamond Head just minutes from Waikīkī UH s largest community college started the Culinary Institute of the Pacific promotes an international focus and provides programs in business hospitality health legal education and arts and sciences Campus profile Homepage KAUA I A primary resource center and gathering place for residents and visitors this community college in Lihu e offers business technology hospitality health early childhood education and liberal arts courses and administers the UH Center on Kaua i Campus profile Homepage LEEWARD This community college overlooking Pearl Harbor provides comprehensive opportunities from professional studies to liberal arts Community outreach includes cultural activities on the main campus and an education center serving Wai anae Campus profile Homepage MAUI A tri island college Maui provides comprehensive opportunities special programs and two bachelor s degrees on Maui It operates the UH Center on

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  • Admissions Overview for the University of Hawaii's ten campuses
    Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Admissions Overview Please familiarize yourself with the admissions requirements of the campus to which you are applying by visiting the campus online admissions office Applicants to any of the ten campuses of the University of Hawai i may choose to apply online Undergraduate application All University of Hawai i campuses use the same System Application Form for undergraduate enrollment however applications are submitted to and processed by each individual campus Undergraduate programs majors PDF Apply online UH Mānoa freshmen applicants only Self Reported Application Supplement PDF Graduate admissions The UH System offers graduate studies at UH Mānoa UH Hilo and through our three University Centers Graduate program applications are handled separately from undergraduate applications Contact the graduate admissions office at the campus or center you are interested in applying to for full details and requirements Admissions by campus Visit the online admissions office of the campus you are interested in attending UH Mānoa Undergraduate Graduate UH Hilo Undergraduate Graduate UH West O ahu Hawai i Community College Honolulu Community College Kapi olani Community College Kaua i Community College Leeward Community College Maui

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  • Admissions application downloads and contact information for the ten University of Hawaii campuses
    but admissions are handled separately by each campus NOTE Questions about your application or application requirements should be directed to the admissions office of the campus you wish to attend Contact information is listed below Contact information Campus admissions office Postal homepage and email address Telephone number University of Hawai i at Mānoa Office of Admissions for undergraduate information 2600 Campus Road Room 001 Honolulu HI 96822 2385 http manoa hawaii edu uhmanoa admissions hawaii edu 808 956 8975 University of Hawai i at Mānoa Graduate Division Admissions Office for graduate information 2540 Maile Way Spalding 354 Honolulu HI 96822 http manoa hawaii edu graduate graduate education hawaii edu 808 956 8544 University of Hawai i at Hilo Office of Admissions 200 West Kawili Street Hilo HI 96720 4091 http hilo hawaii edu uhhadm hawaii edu 808 932 7446 1 800 897 4456 toll free University of Hawai i West O ahu Office of Admissions 91 1001 Farrington Hwy Kapolei HI 96707 http www uhwo hawaii edu admissions uhwo admissions hawaii edu 808 689 2900 Hawai i Community College Admissions Office 200 West Kawili Street Hilo HI 96720 4091 http hawaii hawaii edu hawccar hawaii edu 808 934 2710 Honolulu Community College Admissions Office 874 Dillingham Boulevard Honolulu HI 96817 http honolulu hawaii edu honcc hawaii edu 808 845 9129 Kapi olani Community College Admissions Office 4303 Diamond Head Road Honolulu HI 96816 http www kapiolani hawaii edu admissions 808 734 9555 Kaua i Community College Admissions Records Office 3 1901 Kaumualii Hwy Lihue HI 96766 http kauai hawaii edu arkauai hawaii edu 808 245 8225 Leeward Community College Admissions Records Office 96 045 Ala Ike Pearl City HI 96782 http www leeward hawaii edu lccar hawaii edu 808 455 0642 Maui College Admissions Records Office 310 Kaahumanu Avenue Kahului

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  • International student admissions to University of Hawaii campuses
    links below for more about international admissions for undergraduate study at the campus of your choice UH campuses Mānoa Hilo West O ahu Hawai i Honolulu Kapi olani Kaua i Leeward Maui Windward Undergraduate students International applicants to the University of Hawai i campuses must submit standard application information as well as the information detailed below Supplementary Information Form for International Applicants 2015 2016 213 KB PDF 2016 2017 234 KB PDF Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL score Write to Educational Testing Service Box 899 Princeton New Jersey 08540 to apply for the test and to have your score sent directly to the Admissions Office of the campus to which you are applying Applicants who are non native speakers of English are required to submit the TOEFL score High school or any college transcripts translated and certified by a school or U S consular official External exam score GCE O A etc translated and certified by a school or U S consular official Graduate students Requirements vary for international students applying to UH graduate programs See information for the campus you wish to attend UH Mānoa UH Hilo Student and faculty exchange For information related to educational

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  • Financial Aid Opportunities at the University of Hawaii System
    form online can prevent errors and save time Get help completing the FAFSA form and learn about financial aid available to Native Hawaiian students at free workshops scheduled statewide in January Once you have been accepted into a University of Hawai i program contact the financial aid office at that campus to find out what additional types of financial assistance may be available and what the application procedures and deadlines are Online Resources College Connections College Board Scholarship Search Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA U S Dept of Education Office of Postsecondary Education OPE fastWEB Kamehameha Schools Post High Financial Aid Web Page for Hawaiian students Nellie Mae Scholarship Experts Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education WH 1 Statement of Citizenship and Tax Status PDF There are many federal state and private resources available to help fund your education at any one of our 10 campuses Financial aid offices at each campus have professional staff members to administer these programs and advise students and families regarding the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to them The information presented here will help familiarize you with the financial aid services and scholarship programs available throughout the UH System Federal Financial Aid The Federal government has a myriad of grants scholarships work study and loan programs available to those who qualify Check with the financial aid office of the campus you plan to attend for more information on eligibility and deadlines All UH campuses use the U S Department of Education s Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA to determine eligibility for federal and most campus based financial aid programs UH Scholarship Opportunities The University of Hawai i offers a variety of scholarship opportunities and grants for students attending UH campuses The UH system as a whole awards more than

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  • Scholarships available through the University of Hawaii System
    tuition scholarship and a stipend of 2 000 per semester plus a one time travel grant of up to 2 000 Scholars may be enrolled at any campus of the University of Hawai i Ten Presidential scholarships will be awarded every year to incoming juniors Each scholar will receive a full tuition scholarship and a stipend of 2 000 per semester plus a one time travel grant of up to 2 000 Scholars may be enrolled at any baccalaureate campus of the University of Hawai i UH Mānoa UH Hilo or UH West O ahu For more information visit the Regents Presidential Scholars website The Second Century Scholarship The Second Century Scholarship is a need based grant provided to Native Hawaiian students who demonstrate financial need This scholarship is available to students across the UH System beginning in fall 2008 and the amount awarded will depend on the student s financial need and funds available To be eligible Native Hawaiian students need only apply for financial aid through their campus financial aid offices All regular aid deadlines apply The State of Hawai i B Plus Scholarship The State of Hawai i B Plus Scholarship is for Hawai i residents who graduated from a high school after 2005 has at least a 3 0 high school grade point average has completed a rigorous high school curriculum and demonstrates financial need UH Grants and Scholarships The University of Hawai i campuses offers various need based and non need based scholarship assistance in the form of Opportunity Grants Achievement Scholarships International Student Scholarships and Pacific Islander Scholarships Criteria vary by campus and scholarship For more information contact the campus financial aid office The UH Foundation Scholarships The UH Foundation awards about 5 million annually from various private and corporate donations More information about

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  • Tuition schedule for the 10-campuses of the University of Hawaii System
    Hour tuition schedule for the corresponding UH Mānoa programs UH Mānoa Undergraduate Business Fee There is a 500 semester professional fee charged to all UH Mānoa undergraduate business students UH Mānoa Undergraduate Nursing and Dental Hygiene Fee There is a 1 000 semester professional fee charged to UH Mānoa undergraduate nursing students and a 500 semester professional fee charged to UH Mānoa undergraduate dental hygiene students enrolled in clinical courses These fees are charged for no more than six semesters after admission to the program UH Mānoa Undergraduate Graduate Architecture Fee There is a 500 semester professional fee charged to all UH Mānoa undergraduate graduate architecture students This fee is charged throughout the 7 year program in addition to applicable tuition UH Mānoa Undergraduate Engineering Fee There is a 500 semester fee charged to UH Mānoa undergraduate engineering students of sophomore junior or senior standing only UH Hilo CCECS Tuition UH Hilo CCECS follows the Undergraduate and Graduate tuition schedules for UH Hilo UH Hilo Undergraduate Nursing Fee There is a 500 semester professional fee charged to UH Hilo undergraduate nursing students UH Community Colleges Undergraduate Culinary Programs Fee There is a professional fee of up to 250 semester prorated for part time students charged to UH community college undergraduate culinary program students UH Community Colleges Windward CC Undergraduate Veterinary Programs Fee There is a professional fee of 100 semester for Certificate of Achievement in Veterinary Assisting 1st year students effective spring 2013 and a professional fee of 300 semester for Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology 2nd year students effective fall 2012 UH Community Colleges Undergraduate Nursing and Other Health Programs Fee There is a professional fee of up to 500 semester charged to UH community college undergraduate nursing and other health program students Apprentice and Journey Worker Tuition

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  • Office of Student Affairs for the the University of Hawaii System
    Education Commission State Approving Agency for Veterans Training Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education University of Hawai i Student Caucus Regents and Presidential Scholars RAPS Overview Current RAPS Scholars RAPS club at UH Mānoa UH System links Other system offices Student Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 2399 tel 808 956 8753 Student Affairs Overview Student Affairs provide strategic leadership planning and support for student financial aid programs student enrollment services student life programs and other student development services with the ten campuses of the University of Hawai i system Student Affairs supports the campuses in their work with students to 1 encourage individuals to enter higher education 2 support students to engage purposefully while matriculating and 3 prepare students to exit workforce ready and or continued college ready The support comes via a policy development monitoring analysis and evaluation b service coordination or program oversight for greater efficiency and resource leveraging and c technical assistance and consultation Programs and Services Please select a program or service from the menu to the left for more information Leadership The System Office for Student Affairs is led by Interim Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Joanne

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