Chancellor, Maui College Dr. Lui Hokoana Dr. Lui Hokoana serves as the chancellor and chief executive officer of UH Maui College. Hokoana started his higher education career at the University of Hawaiʻi in 1991, and prior to his role as chancellor served as the vice chancellor for student affairs at UH West Oʻahu, associate vice
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CyberSecurity Courses at UHMC For high school juniors, seniors and college students who want to explore the field of cybersecurity – a growing field with the potential for great careers and futures! Learn through hands-on activities that are used by cybersecurity professionals to protect information and defend from cyber thieves and
Saturday & Sunday Evenings, 5:00-10:00pm | MCTV - Oceanic Cable 354 and 27.55 | Live on http://maui.hawaii.edu/mctv-live Show Archives Saturday, Oct. 17 / Agriculture at UHMC We talk with Ann Emmsley about an experiment she started recently with her Horticulture class and visiting the class in the field to learn more
In the news: New Community Health Programs Offered at UH Maui College - 7/22/2015 Registration for Spring 2017 is now open! Download our flyer here. Are you: The person in your family who helps others access care and services? Someone who cares about the health of
E KOMO MAI! About the UHMC Health Center The University of Hawaiʻi Maui College Campus Health Center (UHMC-CHC) is a unit within the Allied Health under the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. It was established in 1996 and has been at its present location, since 2006. The CHC is
Transfer Credits How To Apply Transfer Credits International Order Transcripts Forms Transcript Evaluation The University of Hawai‘I Maui College (UHMC) recognizes courses completed at other regionally accredited colleges and universities. Transcripts are evaluated by the transcript evaluator upon acceptance to a degree program at UHMC and upon receipt of
Segregation of Duties "For cash handling, standard operating procedures shall show a clear segregation of duties for receiving and counting cash, preparation of deposit and the recording of cash receipts on deposit forms, recording cash-related ledger correction or adjustments (journal voucher), making the deposit at the Business Office or via armored car pick-up, and