The Student Ohana for Sustainability, known as SOS, is Maui College’s sustainability club here on campus since 2011. The SOS mission statement is: “As a diverse group of independent thinkers, SOS is committed to promoting
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I'm a current High School student. University of Hawaiʻi Maui College offers current high school students the opportunity to take classes through Early Admission or the Running Start program. Running Start Public high school juniors and seniors can get a head start on college by enrolling in the Running Start Program, which allows
Distance learning provides students with access to education through a network of various technologies, allowing instructor and students to interact at a distance without having to be physically present in the same location. Distance learning provides students greater ﬂexibility in achieving their educational goals through audio, video, and computer technologies. At UHMC, distance learning can
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2015-2021 Strategic Directions UHMC 2015-2021 Strategic Directions Document UH Maui College has established a process to connect resource allocation directly to program review and strategic planning. This assessment-focused process aligns resource allocations with planning in support of student learning. The recently established Strategic Planning Council facilitates this process toward establishing campus priorities that are
Fall Semester Fall 2016 ICS 101, ICS 169 and ICS 184 Spring Semester Spring 2016 ICS 101 and ICS 110 Spring 2017 ICS 101, ICS 184 and ICS 171 Summer Summer 2016 (ICS 101 and ICS 169) Summer 2017 ICS 101
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