Welcome back to Honolulu Community College! Whether you’re returning to complete your degree, begin a new program, or just taking classes to brush up on some skills, we’re glad that you’ve decided to further your education with us. Follow these easy steps to get started today!
Step 1. Submit System Application Form
- Online Application
- $25 application fee for non-Hawaiʻi residents
If you are military personnel (or dependent) stationed in Hawaiʻi, submit a copy of your military orders along with your application for admission (section F needs to be signed by your Commanding Officer)
The application for admission is required any time you sit out a semester or more.
Step 2. Apply for Financial Aid
If you are applying for financial aid, complete and return the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, available from the Financial Aid Office.
After you have been accepted:
Step 3. Meet with an Academic Counselor
The Academic Counselor can assist you by reviewing previous courses taken and determining remaining courses to complete program requirements. The Counselor can also advise you on whether or not you’ll need to retake the COMPASS Placement Test.
Step 4. Register for Courses
Add or drop courses using MyUH Portal.
Your UH username and password should still be valid. If you cannot remember your password and secret questions, visit our Computer Lab in Building 2, 4th floor for assistance.
Step 5. Pay your tuition and fees by the posted deadline
After you have registered for classes, tuition can be paid online through the MyUH Portal
using a credit card or in person at the Business Office (Building 6) using cash, check or credit card.
- View Honolulu Calendar for tuition deadlines
Step 6. Purchase your books and supplies
Take a copy of your class schedule to the Honolulu CC Bookstore (located on the ground floor of Building 2) to purchase your textbooks. For bookstore hours, call (808) 845-9105.
And finally, go to class!!!
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