Honolulu Community College

Honolulu Community College

874 Dillingham Blvd, Honolulu, Hawaii 96817-4505

Facts

  • College Type: 2-year, Public
  • Acceptance Rate: 100%
  • Total Student Population: 3,210
  • Student-Faculty Ratio: 16 to 1
  • Graduation Rate: 23%
  • Website: https://www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/

Honolulu Community College (HCC) is a public, two-year community college located in Honolulu, Hawaii. Established in 1920, it was formerly known as the Territorial Trade School and has since grown to become one of the ten campuses of the University of Hawaii system.

HCC offers a wide number of associate degree and certificate programs in various fields such as liberal arts, business, engineering, culinary arts, and healthcare. Some of its most popular programs include nursing, information technology, and business administration. HCC also has a strong emphasis on workforce development and hence offers specialized training programs for individuals seeking to enter the workforce or enhance their skills.

Honolulu Community College’s mission is to provide high-quality, accessible education to a diverse student population to meet the workforce and economic development needs of the State of Hawaii. The college is committed to student success and strives to create a supportive learning environment that promotes intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, and personal growth.

HCC the s committed to creating an enabling environment for the success of its students as well as providing experience on how to handle real-life problems they may encounter in their various career fields.

HCC’s campus is situated on a 44-acre campus is and located in the heart of Honolulu and is easily accessible by public transportation. The campus features modern facilities such as computer labs, science and engineering labs, a library, and a student center. The college also has a vibrant student life with various clubs and organizations for students to join.

Honolulu Community College has a goal to provide affordable and accessible education to the people of Hawaii and is an important part of the state’s higher education system.

Honolulu Community College is a great choice of school for students who want an affordable school that improves their real-life skills in any of their chosen field paths.

Student Enrollment

Total enrollment:3,210
Undergraduate enrollment:3,210
Percent of Undergraduate enrollment
   by gender
      Men:54.2%
      Women:45.8%
   by race/ethnicity
      American Indian or Alaskan Native:0.1%
      Asian:36.2%
      Black or African American:1.8%
      Hispanic/Latino:12.4%
      Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander:6.6%
      White:8.4%
      Two or more races:29.8%
      Race/ethnicity unknown:3.6%
      Non-resident alien:1.1%
(Enrollment data Fall 2021)

Degrees Offered

  • Less than one year certificate
  • One but less than two years certificate
  • Associate’s degree

Majors Offered

  • Administration of Justice
  • Aeronautics Maintenance Technology
  • Applied Trades
  • Architecture, Engineering & Construction Technologies
  • Asian Studies
  • Auto Body Repair & Painting
  • Automotive Technology
  • Carpentry Technology
  • Communication
  • Computing, Security, and Networking Technology
  • Cooperative Education
  • Cosmetology
  • Cybersecurity Center
  • Diesel Mechanics Technology
  • Distance Education
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Electrical Installation & Maintenance Technology
  • Fashion Technology
  • Fire & Environmental Emergency Response
  • Hawaiian Studies
  • Human Services
  • Liberal Arts
  • Marine Option Program
  • Music & Entertainment Learning Experience
  • Natural Sciences
  • Occupational & Environmental Safety Management
  • PACE for Early Childhood
  • Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Apprentice Program
  • Psychology
  • Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Technology
  • Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology
  • Sustainability
  • Welding Technology

Financial

 Academic year prices for full-time, first-time undergraduate students2021-222020-212019-20
    Tuition & fees
      In-state$3,174 $3,174 $3,174 
      Out-of-state$8,310 $8,310 $8,310 
    Books and supplies$1,350 $1,340 $1,058 
    Off-campus
      Room and board$16,104 $15,245 $15,302 
      Other expenses$3,192 $3,144 $3,752 
    Off-campus with family
      Other expenses$3,192 $3,144 $3,304