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Studying on a beautiful island in Paradise
The island of Maui is renown for windsurfing, kite boarding, and whale watching. It is the home of Haleakala, House of the Sun, a 10,000-foot dormant volcano. Maui’s beaches are world class, its rain forests and waterfalls spectacular.
University of Hawaii Maui College is located in the small, friendly town of Kahului in central Maui. A new student housing facility is available with accommodations for 400 students. The apartments are within walking distance of the college, with shopping, restaurants, and entertainment close by.
The campus is an ideal place to study. Classrooms are equipped with the latest in teaching technologies. The atmosphere is warm and welcoming, with faculty, staff, and students interacting with one another on a daily basis. Students from over 70 different countries and ethnic groups take part in an active student life that includes cultural and social activities, sports, and recreation.