Registration is done online via MyUH. Log on and select “Registration” on the menu.

You must have your TB and MMR health clearances prior to registering for classes.

Fall 2014 Registration

Begins on Monday, April 14, 2014:

  • Continuing students: check MyUH  to find registration date and time.
  • 2014 Maui High School graduates will register during the New Student Orientation.

Late Registration is August 25-29, 2014for open classes at the Admissions & Records Office (Ho’opika building) M-F 9:00am-4:00pm

Details on…
Fall 2014 Registration Guide (pdf)
Adding and Dropping Courses
Grading Options and Auditing
Cancelled Classes
Closed Classes
Complete Withdrawal (dropping all your classes)
Class Availability
(course listings)
Classes offered in Fall 2014
Paying for your Classes
Payment Options & Procedures
Payment Deadlines
Tuition & Fee Schedule
Refund Policies
About Course Prerequisites
Transfer Student Prerequisite Clearance
Registration Info for:
Early Admission Students
Running Start Students
Senior Citizens
Faculty & Staff
Nonresidents establishing permanent residency status
Academic Calendar
All important academic deadlines
Registration Worksheet pdf
Registration Worksheet
Online Help
How to Find a Class
MyUH Info Registration Guide
After Registering
Info on Class Attendance, Erase Period, changing Personal Information and more…
Registration into a course obligates you financially and academically even if you do not attend any classes or make payment by applicable deadlines. If payment in full is not received or you have not enrolled in the payment plan by the published deadline, the University of Hawai’i reserves the right to cancel your registration and place a financial hold on your student account which may deny you any further services such as future registration, transcripts, verification of student status request, etc.
All registered students will be liable for all applicable tuition and other related fees whether or not they attend those classes. Students are advised to officially withdraw from the classes they do not plan to attend. Failure to withdraw may result in a financial obligation and a failing grade. The college has the right to disenroll students for non-payment.