The Outreach Office is available Monday - Thursday 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and Friday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM via:

If you are an incoming student and would like to communicate with us via Remind text messaging, you can text @alltru to 81010.


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Transitioning to Honolulu CC

Transitioning to Honolulu CC PDF Flyer

Are you Ready to Register for Your Classes? We are Here to Help you Succeed.

We have special office hour sessions to help with creating a UH Username, Understanding Placement Testing, and any questions you may have. These sessions are designed to get you ready for your New Student Registration. View PDF flyer

  • Wednesday, July 15th at 1:00 PM
  • Wednesday, July 29th at 1:00 PM
  • Wednesday, August 12th at 1:00 PM

Sign up by contacting us via email (hccreach@hawaii.edu or pearlwu@hawaii.edu), phone (844-2309 or 847-9805) or add us on the Remind App by texting @alltru to 81010

New Student Registration (NSR)

In order to register for classes please be sure your students reserve a spot in NSR by contacting the Academic Counseling Department via email at honcouns@hawaii.edu or call (808) 845-9162 and leave a message. View upcoming NSR dates.

Financial Aid Packages Have Been Awarded

Students can check the status on MyUH.

Health Clearance Forms

Students must submit their health clearances by August 1st.

Modes of Instruction for Fall 2020

Courses for Fall 2020 at Honolulu CC will be delivered in a variety of formats including entirely online (scheduled/synchronous or unscheduled/asynchronous), face-to-face, and hybrid. The semester starts on August 24th and ends December 18th. As the COVID health situation continues to evolve, further modifications to the class schedule may occur.

New Student Welcome

Students will have an opportunity to connect with us virtually to learn what Honolulu Community College has to offer. RSVP now or call 844-2399. Hosted by C.A.R.E. and Hoʻala Hou.


Campus Tour Request Form

Campus Tour Request Form

Off Campus Request Form

Off Campus Request Form


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Dual Credit

The Dual Credit program is opportunity for high school students to earn credit towards both their high school degree and college degree. Honolulu CC offers three types of dual credit programs - Early College, Running Start and Jump Start.

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Summer Programs

Summer School is a great option for students who are looking to get ahead of their academic journey. There are a wide variety of class offerings including special programs with TRIO and the Hawaiian Center. Honolulu CC offers Automotive, Construction Trades, Engineering, and CyberSecurity summer academies for high school students.

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Momentum Scholarship

The Momentum Scholarship supports Hawaii high school graduates with University of Hawaiʻi credits to continue their progress toward a college degree.

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Next Step

Hawaiʻi public high school graduates are invited to Next Steps: Career Exploration classes at one of the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges this summer.

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Free Summer Course for Pacific Islander Students

Hawaiʻi public high school graduates are invited to Next Steps: Career Exploration classes at one of the University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges this summer.

Additional Outreach Information


To promote and support a student centered, student focused learning community at Honolulu Community College.

Program Goals

  • Promotes Honolulu Community College's academic programs through outreach and community services.
  • Provides activities to support students' successful transition to college.

As a result of completing the orientation process, students will be able to:

  • Locate, identify, and demonstrate a basic understanding of college and academic policies and procedures.
  • Identify campus resources and utilize those that are appropriate to their needs.
  • Identify and navigate technological and on-line resources to support their educational goal.
  • Identify ways to access and engage in the campus community, opportunities, and activities.
  • Identify and select appropriate funding options to meet their educational goals based on their financial need.
  • Develop and promote recruitment activities to increase student enrollment.
  • Maintain effective and consistent communication with high school administrators and counselors.
  • Implement a consistent message and branding while promoting and marketing Honolulu Community College's academic programs.

Outreach Calendar