Still have a health hold?
Come to the UHMC Health Center, no appointment needed.
Tuesday August 11 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm, and Wednesday August 12 from 9:30am – 1:30pm.
TB Screen: $10
TB Test: $20
Please wear a mask and pay by credit card.
Support for Students
General Academic Resources
These academic programs and services are available to all UH Maui College students.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Forms & FAQs
Our financial aid office has information on scholarships and how to apply for financial aid.
A Message from our Chancellor
UHMC is refreshing and unifying our brand as we enter our new academic year. One of our first efforts was to create a connecting video to share our story. We call it One Maui Nui, One Maui College. We invite you to listen for the important brand messaging and enjoy the story. Stay tuned as our Brand Refresh & Unification takes further shape with your help in the upcoming months.
Mahalo, Chancellor Lui
Request More Info
Choosing the right college is a major decision, so we want to get you started on the right foot! Get more information from UH Maui College specific to your major.
Culinary & Dining
CLASS ACT, FOOD COURT, CULINARY ACADEMY
Maui Culinary Academy is an award-winning Culinary Arts Program housed in the beautiful 38,000 square-feet Pa‘ina Culinary Arts Center at the University of Hawaii Maui College campus in Kahului.
NEW CLASS REGISTRATION
Along with our new MyUH Portal, class registration has been revamped. You can now register through STAR GPS! Click the link below to get started, or check out the video to the left for more info.
Professional Development day at Paeloko
Maui College Faculty and staff spend a day at Paeloko, Waihee, Maui learning about Maui the demi-god and his deeds of servitude to his mother and his community. The story of Maui is the foundation for the Maui College student success initiative – grounded int he Ka Ao framework. Helping our students find their Hua or purpose, helping them on their educational journey through their Ha’alele – commitment, than their transformation in their Huaka’i / Experiences, and finally encouraging the student to Ho’i / contribute to their community. The activity was a great way to start the new year and to commit ourselves and our college to student success.