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It's easy to apply to the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College You can submit your application in just minutes using our online form. No essays, no SAT’s required! Just follow the instructions based on “who you are” in the list below. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email or give us a call. We’re here to help. Download our "Getting Started" guide. Apply to UH Maui College online! Applying is easy and takes only a few minutes. I am a ... (choose one) First time college student Transfer student Returning student International or Non-Resident student Current high school student Active military, military dependent or veteran Parent or family member of a student I'm not sure Lower level courses are $126.00 per credit for residents and $340.00 per credit for non-residents. Upper division 300 and 400 level courses are $300.00 per credit for residents and $840.00 per credit for non-residents. Click here for the complete list of tuition and fees. Wherever you are on your academic journey, we have the innovative programs and supportive student services to help you succeed in college, and beyond. Pursue a bachelor of applied science degree in emerging industries like Sustainable Science Management, Engineering Technology, and Applied Business and Information Technology, or an associate’s degree or certificate from over 20 other programs. Click here to view our Programs of Study. Maui College offers students a wide range of support services. These services include financial, personal, and academic. Click here to view our Student Support Services. UHMC requires a Health Clearance Form confirming Tuberculosis (TB) and Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) immunization clearance be
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 grounded in results from degree program level assessment of student learning and input from the broader community. Click here for more information on the preparation for the UHMC 2015-2021 Strategic Directions. Moving forward, implementation of the Strategic Directions will be led by the Strategic Planning Council which includes representation from each theme group, administration, and UHMC Student Government. Ferdouz Cochran, Chair of Sustainability Committee, Instructor of Sustainable Science Management Angela Gannon, Co-chair of Community Needs and Workforce Development, Vice Chair of Sustainability Committee, Office of the Vice Chancellor Ben Guerrero, Co-chair of Student Success Committee, Title III Coordinator David Tamanaha, Vice Chancellor of Administrative Affairs Debra Nakama, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Elaine Yamashita, Co-chair of Strategic Planning Council, Professor of Early Childhood Education Hokulani Holt-Padilla, Co-chair of Hawai‘i Papa O Ke Ao Committee, Hawai’i Papa O Ke Ao Coordinator John McKee, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Juli Patao, Co-chair of Community Needs and Workforce Development Committee, Director of CareerLink Julie Powers, Co-chair of Quality of Learning, Associate Professor of Early Childhood Education Karen Hanada, Director of UH Center Maui Kī‘ope Raymond, Co-chair of Hawai‘i Papa O Ke Ao Committee, Associate Professor of Hawaiian Studies Kristine Korey-Smith, Co-chair of Student Success Committee, Director of the Learning Center Laura Lees Nagle, Co-chair of Strategic Planning Council, Associate Professor of English Lui Hokoana, Chancellor Maggie Ward, Co-chair of Quality of Learning,
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NSR = New Student Registration includes an academic advising appointment with a Counselor and assistance with registration for classes. All First Time Freshmen have an academic advising hold placed on their record that prevents them from registering for classes until meeting with a Counselor during an NSR appointment. When you sign up via www.maui.hawaii.edu/accepted, you will be asked to provide your current contact information. A representative of the Counseling Department will contact you within 3 business days to set up your NSR appointment. If you haven't received a phone call within a week, please contact the Counseling Department at 984-3306. NSO = New Student Orientation is a large group, interactive gathering of students which includes various activities and information on programs and services on campus. For up-to-date information on NSO and the activities we have planned, please visit http://maui.hawaii.edu/studentlife/new-student-orientation/ within the next couple of weeks. NSR & NSO are both mandatory for all First Time Freshmen. A First Time Freshman is a student who is entering into UH Maui College for the first time and has not taken any previous college courses at any institution. If you are a participant of the Running Start and/or Early Admit programs, please see FAQ below for more clarification. If you are unsure of your classification, please contact Admissions & Records at 984-3267. First Time Freshmen that have already been accepted to UH Maui College can sign up for NSR & NSO via the www.maui.hawaii.edu/accepted website. You will need your UH Username and Student ID number to log in. Once you log in, the system will verify if you have completed all the necessary admissions requirements. If you are missing requirements, the system will list which requirements
Welcome E ho’ona’auao honua ‘oiai ma ka hale • A world of knowledge here at home About us Approximately 250 students call University of Hawaii Maui College, Molokai their home campus. These students are taking courses leading towards certificates and associate degrees in seven primary majors: Liberal Arts, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Business Careers, Early Childhood Education, Hawaiian Studies, Human Services, and Allied Health: Nurse Aide Training and Therapeutic Activity Aide I & II. Quick Student Body Facts 75% of 250 students enrolled each semester are Native Hawaiian ancestry-by fa, the highest percentage of any campus in the University of Hawaii system. A high percentage of students are non-traditional 75% are female At the Spring 2012 Commencement, 194 student graduates from Fall 2008-Spring 2012 were recognized. The graduates ranged in age from 18 to 64 years old. They were the parents of 246 children and 48 grandchildren. There were 8 couples oarent and child gradutes; and 9 set of siblings. Two of these graduates have already earned their bachelor's degrees and 18 more are currently enrolled in bachelor's degree program. The University Center, Maui brings a variety of bachelors and masters degree programs to Molokai from the campuses of UH Manoa, UH Hilo, UH West Oahu utilizing interactive, off-island travel, and the Internet. University of Hawaii Maui College, Molokai employs 6 full-time and 2 part-time staff. There are also 3 full-time federally funded staff. In addition, approximately 20 different Molokau lectuerers are hired each semester to deliver instruction in their area of expertise. Admissions Apply Now Applicants must
Waterfront Apartments Waterfront Apartments at Kahului is a privately owned and managed apartment complex located within walking distance to the UHMC campus, the Kahului Library, and the Queen Ka’ahumanu shopping center. 2-bedroom, 1-bedroom and Studio units are available, with community amenities that include on-site laundry, free internet and cable, gated access, off-street parking and a work/study room. The apartment complex accepts students from the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College. Space reservations are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, and assistance to help find a roommate is available. For more information on Waterfront Apartments at Kahului: waterfrontkahului.com phone: (808) 856-2900 email: firstname.lastname@example.org Maui Beach Hotel Student Housing Hawaii Student Suites @ the Maui Beach Hotel is a privately owned and operated provider of student housing. A portion of the Maui Beach Hotel rooms are devoted to student housing while the remainder of the rooms make up a traditional fully operational hotel. Maui Beach Hotel is a mile away and an easy walk from the college campus. Rooms are available to students as single or double occupancy, and assistance to help find a roommate is available. Included in the cost of the room are furnishings, a mini fridge and microwave, weekly room cleaning, air conditioning, free internet and cable, and a 24 hour lobby front desk. A restaurant, rooftop pool and sundeck, mini gym, coin operated laundry facilities are also on site. For more information about Hawaii Student Suites @ the Maui Beach Hotel: hawaiistudentsuites.com phone: (808) 952-5377 Other Options Many housing rentals are posted online, or in the classified sections of local newspapers, like www.craigslist.com or www.mauinews.com. Students should use good judgment, and never give their bank account number or important information over email or the