Aloha and Welcome to University of Hawaii Maui College! University of Hawaii Maui College is an accredited, government approved degree-granting college that enrolls approximately 3000 students per semester. Located on one of the world’s most beautiful islands, UHMC boasts numerous award-winning programs including culinary arts, hospitality and tourism, electronics and computer engineering, nursing, and more. As reflected by a MetLife Foundation Best Practices Award, both the faculty and student support services staff are committed to helping students achieve their academic goals and career success. UHMC is a beautiful and safe campus located in Kahului, Maui, approximately two miles from the main airport. Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, with land area of 729 square miles. The island's population of 117,644 is diverse, with an ethnic mix of 36% Caucasian and 23% Japanese, followed by Hawaiian, Chinese, and Filipino. Maui has 81 accessible beaches for educational and recreational activities. Academic Programs UH Maui College offers an excellent assortment of programs and certificates. The offerings include 22 Career and Technical Education degrees and certificates in subjects such as Allied Health, Agriculture, Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Sustainable Construction Technology and much more. In addition, the college has three Bachelor’s degrees in (1) Applied Business and Information Technology,(2) Engineering Technology and (3) Sustainable Science Management. Visit the Counseling department for our list of programs and certificates. International Student Services UHMC offers a comprehensive range of services to international students, including airport pickup, short and long term housing, community orientation, translation services, shopping and activities information, health insurance, counseling (academic, career, transfer, and personal), campus health center access, cooperative education and job placement, and on-campus student activities. English Language Program UHMC's Maui Language Institute offers a
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Aloha and Welcome to University of Hawaii Maui College! University of Hawaii Maui College is an accredited, government approved degree-granting college that enrolls approximately 3800 students per semester. Located on one of the world’s most beautiful islands, UHMC boasts numerous award-winning programs including culinary arts, hospitality and tourism, electronics and computer engineering, nursing, and more. As reflected by a MetLife Foundation Best Practices Award, both the faculty and student support services staff are committed to helping students achieve their academic goals and career success. UHMC is a beautiful and safe campus located in Kahului, Maui, approximately two miles from the main airport. Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands, with land area of 729 square miles. The island's population of 117,644 is diverse, with an ethnic mix of 36% Caucasian and 23% Japanese, followed by Hawaiian, Chinese, and Filipino. Maui has 81 accessible beaches for educational and recreational activities. Download our International Student Packet to learn more! Apply to UH Maui College online! Applying is easy and takes only a few minutes. Academic Programs UH Maui College offers an excellent assortment of programs and certificates. The offerings include 22 Career and Technical Education degrees and certificates in subjects such as Allied Health, Agriculture, Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism, Electronics and Computer Engineering, Sustainable Construction Technology and much more. In addition, the college has three Bachelor’s degrees in Applied Business and Information Technology, Engineering Technology and Sustainable Science Management. Visit the Counseling Department for our list of programs and certificates. English Language Program UHMC's Maui Language Institute offers a strong English language program for international students who want to improve their English skills for academic, professional, or personal
It's always a great time to get involved! ASUHMC Student Governance Francine Ching: firstname.lastname@example.org The Associated Students of University of Hawaii Maui College (ASUHMC) is the official student organization and the representing governing body of the ASUHMC. The Governance Council is responsible for administering student activity fees and for developing and providing programs, services, and activities to meet student needs. The Governance Council also serves as the collective voice for students in student-related issues. Students are invited to participate in the college’s development by serving on council committees. Call 984-3552 or 984-3434 to pick up a nomination form. And check out campus activities. Board of Student Publications (BOSP) Elisabeth Armstrong: email@example.com The BOSP serves in an advisory role in the publication of the student newspaper, Ho’oulu, Maui Review, student handbook and planner, and other student publications. To participate on the Board or in the production of any of the publications, please call 984-3552 or 984-3434. Critical Mass Jennifer Sim Egami: Jsim@hawaii.edu Gary Hamrick: Garyvif@hawaii.rr.com Critical Mass is a student led organization that exists to equip students to maximize their potential in their studies, and in their daily lives, through close fellowship and servant hood. Critical Mass will serve as a home away from home for students of all backgrounds and ethnicity. Critical Mass will aid students with their academic endeavors in any way the organization is equipped to do so based upon membership. The organization seeks to provide fellowship with other students, whom they work alongside to make their campus and community a better place. Hui Ho'okipa Lorelle Solanzo-Peros: firstname.lastname@example.org To perpetuate the spirit of aloha within the setting of the tourism and hospitality industry. To network with the community by going in-depth into specific industry areas and
Love to sing, play an instrument, slam poetry, do magic tricks, stand-up comedy, karaoke, act, dance – hula? Come perform (or just watch) at The Music Club of University of Hawaii – Maui College Wednesday November 18, 5 – 8 pm, Student Lounge. This popular open mic event for the last three years will be part of the International Day on campus in November. All UHMC students, staff and faculty are invited along with the whole community of Maui. All talents, All ages. Free admission and free food. This is a family event. During the day the UH Maui College International Day will include performances featuring cultural dances, singing, music and crafts from Cameroon, China, India, Japan, Korea and the Philippines between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm in Multi-Purpose Room and then continue into the evening with the open mic where the UHMC chorus and Institute for Hawaiian Musicians will give a special performances and surprise talent from the Maui community too! The Music Club’s open mic will have the UHMC chorus start the evening with a performance of popular favorites where the audience can sing a long including a Beatles medley mashups and even the song "Imagine" sung in Hawaiian. Institute for Hawaiian Musician will have a guest performer and other surprise guest performers from Maui community to contribute to the evening’s festivities. “This is the third year we have held open mics” says Karyn Sarring, advisor to The Music Club. “So many open mics are just for music, held late at night and is not for family. We wanted to showcase all the different talents in our community and provide an opportunity for all of UH-MC performance classes (music, drama and language) and
UH Maui College’s Circle K International (Circle K) is a campus club dedicated to community service. Circle K organized on Maui College in early 2015. Circle K International’s mission statement is: “To be the leading
The public is invited to attend a GIS Showcase on Wednesday, May 13 from 5:00-8:00pm at the Maui Brewing Company in the Kihei Tech Park. UH Maui College students earning Certificates of Competence in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Ecosystem Management will share final projects including endemic Hawaiian tree snail populations in Maui County, energy efficiency mapping, and effects of East Maui Irrigation seepage on stream health. “The GIS Certificate program has given me the freedom to choose where I would like to go in my education and has opened new career options for me,” said UHMC student Heather Kotok. The student presentations will offer the opportunity for interested employers, internship sponsors, prospective students, and community organizations to learn more about GIS. “A world of opportunity awaits people developing skills in GIS,” said Craig Clouet, Solutions Engineer at Esri, a global GIS software company with an office in Honolulu. “Many jobs use GIS extensively, and Esri supports that Maui College has been so proactive in educating and promoting GIS to their students. Students leaving the program with these abilities can go anywhere to meet the needs of both existing jobs, and those not yet invented,” he said. GIS skills are in high demand on Maui through the growing high-tech industry. “At the Pacific Disaster Center, we are currently using GIS to help coordination of international disaster relief operations in Nepal by producing maps ranging from damage assessments to the location of international Search And Rescue teams. GIS is an integral part of the technologies employed at PDC for disaster risk reduction,” said Ray Shirkhodai, Executive Director. UHMC students are also finding local jobs with companies like ArdentMC and IUE after completing the UHMC program. “We look to hire
I'm a high school student I'm a first time college student I'm a returning student I'm a transfer student I'm an active military, military dependent or veteran I'm an international or non-resident student I'm a parent or family member of a student I’m not sure Students can also follow the steps in the Getting Started Steps Make An Appointment? Contact the Counseling Department at (808) 984-3306 to schedule an appointment with your counselor or contact your counselor directly by phone or email. Refer to the Counseling & Advising Directory or use the online UHMC directory . If you are an enrolled student, use your @hawaii.edu email account which is the official University of Hawai‘i (UH) email when contacting your counselor by email. You should see a counselor to: Assist you with academic planning and course selection before registration Discuss issues and concerns before you drop a course or withdraw from school Discuss strategies and tips to improve your academic standing when you are placed on academic probation or suspension Assist you with career exploration and planning as you pursue your educational, career and life goals Identify campus programs, services, and resources to help you succeed in school Assist you with transferring to or from another school Discuss personal issues that may be affecting your school performance If you need assistance with any of the above, please contact your counselor. In order to get the most out of an advising session with an advisor/counselor it is important for you to be prepared. Preparation leads to an effective advising session that result in a better understanding in one’s personal and academic endeavors. The most effective way
Aloha and Welcome! CareerLink is a one-stop career and employment opportunity clearinghouse that offers a variety of services for UHMC students and graduates. The CareerLink staff is committed to provide quality one-stop career services for students and graduates of the University of Hawaii Maui College and University Center-Maui (including Hana, Lanai and Molokai). We can help you with: Assistance with Job Searches and Completing Job Applications Career Guidance Cooperative Education and Internship Placement On-campus Job Placement Resume Development and Interview Preparation If you are not a student and are seeking application, registration and financial aid assistance, please call the Educational Opportunity Center at 984-3286. CareerLink Mission Statement Our mission is to provide quality one-stop career services for students and graduates of the University of Hawaii Maui College and University Center-Maui (including Hana, Lana`i and Moloka`i), serving as a central clearinghouse for career and employment opportunities related to our students’ educational, professional and personal goals, and acting as the liaison between the College’s education programs and the business community for workforce development in Maui County. Visit our Facebook page and see the newest job positions available! On-Campus Jobs SECE International F-1 Visa Students Federal Work Study (FWS) Direct Deposit Form Off-Campus Jobs CareerLink Online Student Login Internships Cooperative Education and Interships Graduates Graduate Survey Employer Services CareerLink Online Employer Login Become an Internship Site Career Fairs Recruitment Services Resources Career Assessment Career Connections Career Kokua Resume Development Top 10 Resume Writing Tips Sample Resumes, Free Sample Resume for Jobs Technical Resumes – Tips, Samples, Examples and Templates Cover Letter Samples Sample Career Change Cover Letter Transferable Sales Skills Cover Letter Example General Cover Letters Visit us in Ka Lama 207 for more information. Hours: Mon.- Thurs. 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Phone:
You must be 18 years of age by the first day of instruction, a high school graduate or have received a GED. 1. Review Application Deadline and Residency Status Generally, UHMC's application deadlines are August 1 for the Fall Semester and December 15 for the Spring Semester. However, application deadlines for general college admission, international students and selective admission programs may vary. Check your Residency Status for Tuition Review the UHMC tuition and payment deadlines. 2. Submit an application Apply online Download an application. When completed, mail or drop it off in person to the Admissions & Records Office (Ho'opika Building). To apply for Fall or Spring Semesters: PDF application Summer Session Supplementary Form for International Students 3. Receive your Decision Letter For general admissions, notification will be sent within two weeks after the UH System Application and other required documents are received. During periods when a high volume of applications is being processed, notification of acceptance or rejection may be delayed. 4. Sign up for a UH account This account is needed to register for classes, establishes your “hawaii.edu” email account and for is used for many other transactions. Go to: MyUH portal - Click on "Get a User Name" on the upper left to establish your account. - Follow the directions on the web pages to get your user name and password. 5. Take the Placement Tests The COMPASS Placement Tests are computer-based assessments of your ability in different subjects. It helps place you in English and Math courses in which you are most likely to succeed. Details on COMPASS. 6. Attend the New Student Orientation To assist you in reaching your college goals, all students are required to participate in a New Student
Maui College is a buzz with activity in the final weeks of the semester. This Saturday, April 9, 2016 the campus will host the Maui Keiki Fest with Anthropology Club and Circle K International assisting