We are excited to have you join our Honolulu Community College (HonCC) ‘ohana! Follow these easy steps once you’ve submitted your application.
How to Register
STEP 1: Acceptance Information
Your acceptance to HonCC will be mailed to you. Please read all documents carefully as it will provide you with a list of next steps in order to register for classes.
If additional information is needed to process your application, you will receive a letter in the mail describing the information needed to complete your application. Please submit the information requested as soon as possible.
STEP 2: Submit Health Clearance (If taking classes on HonCC Campus)
Students must submit documentation for all health clearance requirements to attend on-campus classes, apply for on-campus jobs, participate in activities on any UH campus, or attend on-campus appointments/meetings.
All health clearance documents should be submitted to Med+Proctor, the University of Hawaii’s partner in processing and reviewing health clearance documents. For information about how to submit your health documents to Med+Proctor, please watch this video.
STEP 3: GET A UH USERNAME
Upon acceptance, you can create a UH Username. Click on “Get a UH username” and fill out the Check Status Form. You will then be asked to create a UH username, secret questions, and a password. This account allows you to register for classes, check your financial aid status, check grades, make online payments, sign-up for payment plans, and more. If you need assistance email the Outreach Center.
STEP 4: TAKE THE PLACEMENT TEST
The following are the different types of placement options you can choose from:
- Placement Option #1: Self-report your placement scores using the self-placement form.
- Placement Option #2: Submit SAT, ACT, SBAC, or HiSET scores
- Placement Option #3: Take Online EdReady Placement Exam. View this tutorial for assistance.
STEP 5: REGISTER FOR COURSES
Please contact the respective HonCC Dual Credit contact(s):
Early College Requirements (PDF)
You may also contact your High School College and Career Counselor about class registration.