"Observe the stars in order to live long in strength on distant shores" Mission Statement The UH Maui College Counseling Department provides services that assist students to realize their educational and career goals. Aloha From UH Maui College Aloha from UH Maui College Counseling Department. The college offers counseling services throughout the academic year and summer months. A comprehensive program of individual and group counseling is provided for students to enable each individual to develop to his or her fullest potential while realizing educational and career goals. At UH-Maui College, every student is important to us. We want to ensure your success in academics as well as in life. Our experienced counselors and advisors are here year round to help you reach your goals or just help with challenges. Counselors at UH-Maui College can help you chart your path to success and solve any problems that may arise on that journey. All counselors can assist you with: Career Exploration and Planning Identify the careers or career clusters that reflect the abilities, interests and values you want to use in your career. Academic Advising Develop an academic plan that will identify the courses you will take each semester until you have earned your degree or certificate. Personal Concerns Work with a counselor to resolve any problems that are interfering with your ability to concentrate and complete your assignments.
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Counseling Office Team Directory (808) 984-3598 Academic Counselors (808) 984-3327 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Accounting (ACC) Applied Business & Information Technology (ABIT) Business Careers I-III (BUSC) Business Technology (BTEC) Hospitality & Tourism (HOST) (808) 984-3560 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Dental (DENT) Nursing (NURS) Pharmacy Technician (PHARM) Pre-Radiologic Technology (Kapi’olani Community College) Pre-Emergency Medical Technician (Kapi’olani Community College High School Liaison: Seabury High School (808) 984-3226 Office: Ka Lama 216 Primary Function: Agriculture and Natural Resources (AG) Auto Body Repair and Painting (ABRP) Fashion Technology (FT) Sustainable Construction Technology (SUSC) Degree-in-Three (D-3) Running Start & Early Admit High School Liaison: King Kekaulike High School (808) 984-3495 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Liberal Arts (LBRT) Human Services Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. (808) 984-3272 Primary Function: Administration of Justice (AJ) Automotive Technology (AMT) Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) Culinary Arts (CULN) Disability Services: Note Takers High School & Education Center Liaison: Maui Preparatory Academy Hana High & Elementary School Hana Education Center (808) 984-3325 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Hawaiian Studies (HWST) Liberal Arts (LBRT) Human Services (HSER) Early Childhood Education (ECED) High School & Education Center Liaison: Kamehameha School – Maui Campus St. Anthony High School Lahaina Education Center (808) 984-3497 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Liberal Arts (LBRT) Sustainable Science Management (SSM) Windward Community College: Veterinary Assisting (VETA) Program Liaison High School Liaison: Maui High School (808) 984-3247 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Hawaiian Studies (HWST) Liberal Arts (LBRT) Human Services (HSER) Early Childhood Education (ECED) Education Center Liaison: Institute of Hawaiian Music (808) 553-4490 ext. 3 Fax: (808) 553-4495 Lana‘i Education Center 329 7th Street P.O. Box
Aloha, and welcome to UH Maui College Personal Support Counseling. Student success is a core value of UH Maui College. To help students meet their educational and career goals, the college offers a variety of programs and services on campus. One of the essential and fundamental services for students is personal support counseling. Hours: Monday - Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Personal Support Counseling Services will make every effort to provide prompt service. Initial appointments with a counselor are made as soon as possible, usually within a week. Emergencies, of course, are seen immediately. UHMC's Personal Support Counseling office is available on the Kahului campus for students interested in short-term, individual, group, or couples counseling and crisis services. We are available for students experiencing emotional, developmental, or psychological concerns, problems in adjusting, and other factors that affect their ability to achieve academic and personal goals. We also offer counseling support to students experiencing crisis involving traumatic events and emotional distress. We provide a safe, confidential setting to allow for individual growth through a positive therapeutic relationship. No cost services to students of UH Maui. Referrals to outside services in the community are provided when necessary. The primary goals of our Services include but are not limited to Crisis Intervention for students Short-term counseling after the crisis for 8-10 weeks In-service or professional development. For faculty and staff through partnerships and teaming with community Classroom presentations and orientation sessions Promote positive health and wellness through outreach and prevention Provide health and wellness services to a diverse range of students to enhance their lives and promote social, personal, and academic growth Consultation to any student, faculty, or staff Counseling is a process of
Kahului campus (Ho’okipa Building): Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Express Advising (Wikiwiki Advising): Mondays at 10 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Thursdays at noon to 2 p.m. Hours may change without notice. 310 W. Ka`ahumanu Ave. Kahului, HI 96732 Phone: (808) 984-3306 Fax: (808) 984-3872 Email Counseling Department UHMC Lana‘i Education Center 329 7th Street P.O. Box 630648 Lana’i City, HI 96763 Phone: (808) 565-7266 Fax: (808) 565-7269 UHMC Molokai Center: Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. P.O. Box 440 Kaunakakai, HI 96748 Phone: (808) 553-4490 Fax: (808) 553-4495
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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
Career Counseling Graduating from college is a major life achievement. However, graduating from college will not guarantee you a job or a future. Career planning is a lifelong process that starts before you get to campus and continues while you are in college and beyond. Our goal is to provide you with lifelong tools and skills for professional development, job search success and career satisfaction. Learn what you can do each year in college to enhance your employability and jumpstart your career. Career Counseling guides you through a decision making process so that you can: Identify occupations that fit your personality, skills, interests, values and learning styles. Explore career options. Research occupational fields. Devise a strategy to develop your career. Choose a college major. Explore colleges and programs. Find/transfer to colleges that are in line with your degree goals. Research labor markets and treads. Empower yourself to explore, define and realize your career goals by: Scheduling an individual counseling appointment Registering for a Career Planning Class (IS 105) Participating in a Career Assessment Workshop To schedule a Career Counseling appointment, call (808) 984-3306. College Transfer Counseling This process is often a blend of career, academic and personal counseling. You will need to discover the academic requirements for your field/profession and explore the options for associates, bachelor and advanced degrees. You may be able to continue your education in Maui through the University Center or at another University of Hawaii campus. Other options may include transferring to a college that is part of the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE). Finding the right program and school is just the beginning. There are applications, admission requirements and transcript reviews. Planning ahead will allow
"Academic Advising is an educational process that, by intention and design, facilitates students' understanding of the meaning and purpose of higher education and fosters their intellectual and personal development toward academic success and lifelong learning"--National Academic Advising Association, 2004. Academic counseling is an important way for you to obtain information about the college programs, services, and resources that are available for you. Through advising, you will receive the help in decision making and problem solving. Counselors assist students in planning their program of study and in selecting courses. They provide important information about course placement, prerequisites, course sequence, and registration and transfer information. By meeting with your academic advisor regularly and often, you will be able to figure out what is needed to make the best out of your academic journey, create a plan so that you can graduate on time, and navigate through the system to learn what is needed to transform your dreams into reality. Advisors and students share equally in the work of advising, from researching answers to creating academic plans. To get started, find out who your academic advisors are and how you can reach them from the Counseling & Advising Directory. Appointments are 30 and 60 minutes and compared to the Express Advising (Wikiwiki Advising), you will have more time to ask questions. Counselors are available according to major and interest and students can discuss concerns and questions in detail such as graduation, transfer and major requirements, career, exploration, academic difficulty, etc. Counselor will help you with the decision making process to clarify your goals, and create an educational plan that reflects these goals.Same-day appointments are not available at this time. Please call 24
NSR = New Student Registration includes an academic advising appointment with a Counselor and assistance with registration for classes. All First Time Freshmen have an academic advising hold placed on their record that prevents them from registering for classes until meeting with a Counselor during an NSR appointment. When you sign up via www.maui.hawaii.edu/accepted, you will be asked to provide your current contact information. A representative of the Counseling Department will contact you within 3 business days to set up your NSR appointment. If you haven't received a phone call within a week, please contact the Counseling Department at 984-3306. NSO = New Student Orientation is a large group, interactive gathering of students which includes various activities and information on programs and services on campus. For up-to-date information on NSO and the activities we have planned, please visit http://maui.hawaii.edu/studentlife/new-student-orientation/ within the next couple of weeks. NSR & NSO are both mandatory for all First Time Freshmen. A First Time Freshman is a student who is entering into UH Maui College for the first time and has not taken any previous college courses at any institution. If you are a participant of the Running Start and/or Early Admit programs, please see FAQ below for more clarification. If you are unsure of your classification, please contact Admissions & Records at 984-3267. First Time Freshmen that have already been accepted to UH Maui College can sign up for NSR & NSO via the www.maui.hawaii.edu/accepted website. You will need your UH Username and Student ID number to log in. Once you log in, the system will verify if you have completed all the necessary admissions requirements. If you are missing requirements, the system will list which requirements
It's easy to apply to the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College You can submit your application in just minutes using our online form. No essays, no SAT’s required! Just follow the instructions based on “who you are” in the list below. If you have any questions, feel free to send us an email or give us a call. We’re here to help. Download our "Getting Started" guide. Apply to UH Maui College online! Applying is easy and takes only a few minutes. I am a ... (choose one) First time college student Transfer student Returning student International or Non-Resident student Current high school student Active military, military dependent or veteran Parent or family member of a student I'm not sure Lower level courses are $126.00 per credit for residents and $340.00 per credit for non-residents. Upper division 300 and 400 level courses are $300.00 per credit for residents and $840.00 per credit for non-residents. Click here for the complete list of tuition and fees. Wherever you are on your academic journey, we have the innovative programs and supportive student services to help you succeed in college, and beyond. Pursue a bachelor of applied science degree in emerging industries like Sustainable Science Management, Engineering Technology, and Applied Business and Information Technology, or an associate’s degree or certificate from over 20 other programs. Click here to view our Programs of Study. Maui College offers students a wide range of support services. These services include financial, personal, and academic. Click here to view our Student Support Services. UHMC requires a Health Clearance Form confirming Tuberculosis (TB) and Measles Mumps Rubella (MMR) immunization clearance be