UH Community Colleges Extend Application Deadline to Dec. 29
The University of Hawaiʻi has extended the deadline to Dec. 29 to apply for admissions for the spring 2021 semester to one of its seven community colleges: Hawaiʻi CC, Honolulu CC, Kapiʻolani CC,
Financial aid is available, along with the Hawaiʻi Promise Scholarship, which meets 100% of unmet tuition needs for qualified students. Other financial aid is accessible through the Kūlia Scholarship for qualified residents whose employment has been impacted by COVID-19 and through Round Two, Stronger You, a campaign encouraging former UH students to return and complete their degrees.
“It is not too late to consider starting 2021 in college, headed toward a degree or professional certificate,” UH Vice President for Community Colleges Erika Lacro said. “It does not matter whether you never attended or are coming back after years away. All of the data shows that people who earn a college degree or certificate earn more money over their lifetimes, are less likely to become unemployed, live longer and healthier, and their children are more likely to pursue a higher education and experience these same benefits.”
The UH spring semester primarily will be taught online except for those courses and course activities where in-person instruction is necessary, such as labs and shops.
Classes start on Jan. 11, 2021. Appropriate physical distancing, facial coverings and sanitization protocols, per the UH COVID-19 guidelines, are strictly followed. Reported positive cases of COVID-19 on UH community colleges campuses have been extremely low.
UH leadership is optimistic about the fall 2021 semester and a gradual return to normal with a greater mix of in-person, hybrid and online instruction. Go to the University of Hawaiʻi application website for more information on how to apply.