Services for Students

Hawaiian Center

The Hawaiian Center is committed to actively preserve and perpetuate Hawaiian culture and values. The Center’s array of comprehensive services strengthens the college’s educational programs and enables students of Hawaiian ancestry to succeed in their academic, career and individual endeavors.

Staff: Kahale Saito, Counselor (845-9112, fsaito@hawaii.edu)

Student Housing

While Honolulu Community College does not offer on-campus housing, we have a listing of various housing options for students to pursue on their own. Please note that Honolulu CC does not investigate, endorse, nor guarantee the accuracy of any listing, the quality of the facility listed or the listed individuals. Any agreement you may enter into is solely between or amongst the involved parties. A listing on our website does not indicate University approval or endorsement of any kind.

The following is a list of various housing options:

Writing Center


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Math Lab

Having difficulty learning math? Seek early tutoring assistance in The Math Lab. You can save hours of time and frustration and be more successful in mathematics if you ask for assistance.

Glen Tengan
Manager
gtengan@hawaii.edu, (808) 845-9403

Instructors

Instructor names link to email addresses:

Academic Success Center

No matter the barriers keeping students from success, the Academic Success Center wants to help by providing the most personalized and effective service possible.

ASUH-HCC

All fee paying students are regular members of the Associated Students of Honolulu Community College (ASUH-Honolulu CC). (See also Tuition and Fees).

The Student Senate represents the ASUH-Honolulu CC on most College, Faculty Council, and University councils and committees. It is through this important student organization that students play a prominent role in the governance of the College and the University System.

TRIO-Student Support Service

TRIO-SSS strives to provide a range of academic support, career guidance, transfer planning, and professional development opportunities to qualifying community college students who are first-generation in college, have a financial need, and/or disability and demonstrate strong academic potential. Students receive guided individualized assessment and planning, small group tutoring, mentoring, cultural and educational workshops, club and community service activities, and other academic support. For more information call 844-2386.

Keiki Hau‘oli Children’s Center

Keiki Hau‘oli Children’s Center is the primary training site for Early Childhood students enrolled in certificate and degree programs at Honolulu CC. The Center is nationally accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and provides quality care and learning opportunities for children of Honolulu CC students, faculty and staff, and the community (when space is available).

Career and Employment Center

The Career and Employment Center provides a variety of resources to assist students and graduates from the beginning to the end of your academic journey. We will help you define yourself in the world of work through career and occupational exploration. We offer career counseling, career assessments and assistance in selecting the right major for you.

University Bus Pass Program (Summer 2014)

TheBus University Bus Pass Program or U-PASS is a reduced rate bus pass tailored to the needs of Hawaiʻi's College students.

Eligibility: All UH Students with a valid Honolulu Community College identification card.

Valid Dates: May 1, 2014 - August 31, 2014

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