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  • Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    engaged Learning at HTIC takes place in many forms both within and outside the classroom An HTIC student is always in a process of exploration discovering knowledge skills and self within a supportive learning community Placement in the Academic Program The academic program at HTIC is designed to meet the varying needs of international students based upon their language proficiency Upon admittance to HTIC international students undergo an English language evaluation process that involves a variety of measurements including a language test interview oral presentation and essay Based upon this assessment process international students will enter either as Unclassified or Classified Junior College Liberal Arts students Unclassified students enter one of the five levels of the College Preparatory Program at the level compatible with their abilities Classified students are admitted directly into the College Liberal Arts Program In certain instances classified students may be advised to strengthen their skills by taking the foundations level English 22 course Students who have successfully graduated from an American high school or have completed a full term of study courses 100 level or above at an accredited American institution of higher education 9 credits quarter system or 12 credits semester system minimum may enter HTIC as Classified Liberal Arts Students Associate in Arts Degree Program Liberal Arts Program HTIC is an accredited liberal arts college offering an Associate in Arts degree Based upon the concept of the learning community the Liberal Arts Program emphasizes active learning techniques critical thinking cross cultural understanding and integrated learning in a highly supportive setting The ratio of students to faculty in the classroom is kept small to maximize the opportunity for excellence in teaching and for optimum learning College Preparatory Program for International Students Students who enter HTIC with limited English proficiency are enrolled in the College Preparatory

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  • A.A. Degree (Liberal Arts Program) - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    goals 1 The General Education Plan This degree requirement plan is for students who are interested in the American Associate in Arts A A degree as their final educational goal These students are interested in pursuing technical studies or employment after graduation 2 The American University Plan This degree requirement plan is recommended for students who are interested in earning a baccalaureate degree B A or B S degree from an American college or university after graduation from HTIC HTIC graduates have transferred to and completed their baccalaureate degrees from universities across the United States including University of Hawaii University of Oregon University of Arizona University of San Francisco University of Wisconsin California State University Chico Fullerton Long Beach and Sonoma campuses and Central Michigan University HTIC has articulation agreements with many U S colleges to allow for smooth transfer and the College provides guidance to students wishing to transfer and earn a baccalaureate degree from virtually any university in the United States 3 The Tokai University Plan This degree requirement plan is recommended for students who are interested in earning a baccalaureate degree from a Tokai University Educational System college or university but who wish to start their program

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  • College Preparatory Program - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    and other resources Log on as a guest to see more of what our classes have to offer http elearning hawaiitokai edu Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Overview A A Degree Liberal Arts Program College Preparatory Program International Programs Admissions Transfer to 4 Year Colleges Learning Center Student Life Download Center Gallery Faculty HTIC s Accreditation HTIC Statistics Board Policies Find

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  • International Programs - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    and graduate schools that are a part of the Tokai University Educational System as well as from other institutions such as Hanyang University in Korea Certificate of Achievement A Certificate of Achievement is awarded to individuals completing these special international educational programs Go Page Top User Menu Home About HTIC Kapolei Campus Academic Calendar Academic Programs Overview A A Degree Liberal Arts Program College Preparatory Program International Programs Admissions Transfer

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  • Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    to academic excellence This school is authorized under Federal Law to enroll nonimmigrant alien students HTIC admits students of any race color and national or ethnic origin For specific admission requirements please click on U S Students or International Students located to the right under the User Menu Further information about the requirements will be sent upon acceptance to the College For Admissions Questions E mail admissions tokai edu Tel

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  • U.S Students - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    September 29 December 9 2016 August 1 2016 Winter Term 2017 ALL PROGRAMS January 12 March 24 2017 November 1 2016 Spring Term 2017 A A DEGREE PROGRAM April 6 June 16 2017 COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM April 7 June 16 2017 February 1 2017 Summer Term 2017 A A DEGREE PROGRAM SESSION I July 3 August 8 2017 SESSION II August 10 September 15 2017 COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM June 29 September 8 2017 May 1 2017 Fall Term 2017 ALL PROGRAMS September 28 December 8 2017 August 1 2017 Winter Term 2018 ALL PROGRAMS January 11 March 23 2018 November 1 2017 Completed Application for Admission Please Download Admissions Statement Essay US 50 00 US application fee Proof of High School Diploma or Equivalent Official Transcripts Submit from all schools graduated attended since high school Transcript s must be sent directly to the HTIC Admissions Office from the issuing school s 2 5 GPA is required for both freshman and transfer admission Letter of Recommendation Optional HTIC Housing Application and 20 00 application fee II Applicant may be contacted for a personal or telephone interview upon receipt of application documents III After admission is accepted but prior to registration HTIC will request Proof of Health Insurance All students must have medical coverage for the length of school term Contact the Office of Student Services for more information Tuberculosis TB Clearance Certificate All students must present a valid TB certificate from the Department of Health or a physician using a Department of Health approved form The TB examination must have been given in Hawaii within 12 months before the first day of attendance TB examinations may be arranged through Student Services Record of Immunization Two doses of measles vaccine with one of the two being MMR measles mumps rubella vaccine The

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  • International Students - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    directly by the school itself and not from the student If transcripts are unavailable a certificate showing completion of high school level education must be submitted For ASSOCIATE IN ARTS Liberal Arts Program admission 2 5 GPA is required for all freshman and transfer admissions Letter of Recommendation Optional APPLICATION DEADLINE DATES Term Int l Students Needing VISA Int l Students With VISA Spring Term 2016 A A DEGREE PROGRAM April 7 June 17 2016 COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM April 8 June 17 2016 December 1 2015 February 1 2016 Summer Term 2016 A A DEGREE PROGRAM SESSION I July 5 August 9 2016 SESSION II August 11 September 16 2016 COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM June 30 September 9 2016 March 1 2016 May 2 2016 Fall Term 2016 ALL PROGRAMS September 29 December 9 2016 June 1 2016 August 1 2016 Winter Term 2017 ALL PROGRAMS January 12 March 24 2017 September 1 2016 November 1 2016 Spring Term 2017 A A DEGREE PROGRAM April 6 June 16 2017 COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM April 7 June 16 2017 December 1 2016 February 1 2017 Summer Term 2017 A A DEGREE PROGRAM SESSION I July 3 August 8 2017 SESSION II August 10 September 15 2017 COLLEGE PREP PROGRAM June 29 September 8 2017 March 1 2017 May 1 2017 Fall Term 2017 ALL PROGRAMS September 28 December 8 2017 June 1 2017 August 1 2017 Winter Term 2018 ALL PROGRAMS January 11 March 23 2018 September 1 2017 November 1 2017 Applicant may be contacted for a personal or telephone interview upon receipt of application documents listed above AFTER ADMISSION IS ACCEPTED BUT PRIOR TO REGISTRATION HTIC WILL REQUEST Proof of Health Insurance All students must have medical coverage for the length of school term Overseas travelers students insurance is accepted For

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  • Tuition Reduction and Scholarship - Discover the World, Discover Yourself.
    808 983 4187 Dormitory room and board are not included Other Scholarship Opportunities for U S Residents Check out these scholarships Please note that HTIC does not endorse any of these non profit organizations nor do these organizations endorse HTIC It is not guaranteed that the applicant will receive the scholarship The scholarship committee of each organization will decide who will receive the scholarship To find out more about these organizations and the scholarships provided please contact them directly Hawaii Community Foundation Hawaii residents ONLY Website http www hawaiicommunityfoundation org Email scholarships hcf hawaii org Phone 808 566 5570 or toll free from neighbor islands 1 888 731 3863 Gromet Foundation Hawaii residents ONLY Website http www grometfoundation org Email info grometfoundation org Phone 808 528 4788 Takitani Foundation Hawaii residents ONLY Website http www takitani org Email info takitanifoundation org Phone 808 228 0209 Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society Members ONLY Website http scholarships ptk org Email scholarship programs ptk org Phone 601 984 3504 Other Scholarships com http www scholarships com National Scholarship Providers Association http scholarshipproviders org Gateway Scholarship for International Students Hawaii Tokai International College HTIC offers a limited number of scholarships tuition waivers to promising international students who wish to earn an Associate in Arts degree from HTIC To encourage hard work and success scholarship awardees must have earned a 3 50 grade point average in their first term in the Liberal Arts L A program to be eligible to apply Reflecting the aim of the Tokai University Educational System to promote international understanding and world peace through education Gateway Scholarships will be granted in the form of tuition waivers so students may attend HTIC in pursuit of their academic goals In keeping with HTIC s mission special consideration may be given to students whose eventual goal is to pursue a baccalaureate degree in peace studies international relations or other similarly focused studies after completing their liberal arts core requirements at HTIC Eligibility Criteria Full time Liberal Arts L A student status at HTIC Completion of one full term as an L A student Academic promise Application Process Complete Gateway Scholarship Application Form Submit application and all requested documents no earlier than one month before and no later than two weeks before a term ends precise dates will be provided in informational brochures and application forms Submit transcripts of high school and all previous college coursework SAT scores if available TOEFL scores if applicable Submit at least two letters of reference and any other supporting materials e g portfolios reference letters should focus on academic promise potential community involvement Complete an essay no more than two pages double spaced type written In your essay discuss your educational future goals and why you have selected to pursue your education at HTIC Gateway Scholarship Award Partial tuition waiver maximum of 75 for the first term 50 for the second term and any subsequent terms as financial aid funds allow Continuation of Award The Scholarship is awarded

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