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Register NOW for Noncredit courses.
Registration for noncredit courses is ongoing and is processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Most classes have limited enrollment, so you are encouraged to register as soon as possible. Register Online 24/7. Courses are not held on state holidays unless otherwise noted.

Register for Non-credit Courses
Eligibility to Register
How to Register and Pay
Confirmation of Enrollment
Wait List Policy
Financial Liability Policy
Withdrawal/Refund Policy
Cancellation Policy
Student Code of Conduct

Campus Services for Noncredit Students
Textbooks
Parking

Certificates of Completion
Workplace Customized Solutions
Funding Assistance

Eligibility to Register

Non-credit courses are open to anyone who is at least 18 years of age or a high school graduate. Although there are no prerequisites for admission into the non-credit program, a specific course may require the student to have some background experience in order to fully benefit from it.

How to Register and Pay

When paying with your VISA or MasterCard:

  • Register by Phone: Call (808) 956-8400, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:30pm (except holidays)

  • Register Online 24/7: First find your course, then click on the "Register Now" link below the class information.

  • Register by Fax: (808) 956-3752, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:30pm (except holidays)

Register by Mail or Fax: Provide all information requested on the Non-credit Registration Form. Download the form and remit with full payment or business purchase order.* Mail to: UHM Outreach College, 2440 Campus Rd, Box 447, Honolulu, HI 96822

Register in Person: At the Outreach College Student Services Office, Krauss Hall Information Window, Room 101, Monday-Friday, 8:00am-5:30pm (except holidays). Pay at the Outreach College Cashier's Window.*

*If checks are dishonored by the banks, there is an assessment of $25.

Confirmation

If you do not receive a confirmation receipt within 7 days or if you enroll less than 5 working days prior to the start of the course, call (808) 956-8400 to verify enrollment and to find out whether the class will be held as announced.

Wait List Policy

Most courses have limited enrollment. Registration for noncredit courses is ongoing and is processed on a first-come, first-served basis. In order to be placed on a waiting list, you must register and pay the course fee. Payment of the course fee does not guarantee enrollment in the course. If a space in the course does not become available, the payment will be refunded. Click here for details on Courses and Instructors.

Financial Liability Policy

Enrollment at the University of Hawai‘i signifies consent to, and acceptance of all policies and procedures governing enrollment, including financial liability. Students who fail to remit payment when due, agree to pay the University of Hawai‘i all reasonable costs for collection, to include collection agency, attorney's and court fees.

Withdrawal/Refund Policy

You receive a full refund if your request is received by 12 noon two working days before the first class meeting, unless otherwise specified.

Withdrawal/refund requests are made by phone (956-8400), in person, or by writing to Outreach College (postmarked by the refund deadline). Faxed or mailed withdrawal requests must include the student's signature.

Failure to attend class or notifying your instructor of your intent to withdraw does not constitute an official withdrawal from the course.

Agencies submitting purchase orders for student registration fees will be billed regardless of attendance, unless notification of withdrawal is made by the specified refund deadline.

Refunds for check and cash payments are mailed and refunds for charge payments are credited to the account originally charged. Refunds may take 4 to 6 weeks to process.

If you have a question regarding the status of your refund, call the Outreach College business office at 956-5899.

Cancellation Policy

Outreach College reserves the right to cancel a course with insufficient enrollment. The University of Hawai‘i and Outreach College are not responsible for any cancellation or change charges assessed by airlines and travel agencies.

Student Code of Conduct

Students enrolled in noncredit and credit classes at Outreach College are expected to abide by the University of Hawai‘i rules, regulations, and student code of conduct. For more information, refer to the university's student conduct webpage, or see UH-Mānoa Policies and Procedures.

Campus Services for Noncredit Students

Textbooks
Textbooks included in the course fee are distributed during the first class session. If you need to purchase a textbook that is required or recommended for your class, the "plus textbook" or "textbook optional" notation is included in the course information. Find your books in a special Outreach College "Non-credit" section at the University Bookstore.

Parking (New Rates Effective July 1st)

Outreach College participants may park on the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa campus on a space-available basis. View more detailed parking information, including campus parking maps, on the Parking Office web page.

Evening Monthly Parking Permits

Evening permits may be purchased at the UHM Parking Office. There is no online purchase currently available for Non-Credit students, as they cannot be verified through the UH academic registration system.

The UHM Parking Office is open Monday-Friday, 7:45am-4:30pm (closed on holidays). The office is located in The Queen Lili‘uokalani Center for Student Services, Room 014. Please identify yourself as a UH Outreach College Non-Credit Student (bring your confirmation of registration, driver’s license, and vehicle registration with you). The cost of the evening parking permit is $21 per month, which will increase to $24 per month in Fall 2010.

Should you have any questions about these new procedures, please call the UHM Parking office at (808) 956-8899 or email: parking@hawaii.edu

Upper Campus Visitor Parking

Visitors are not required to stop and pay parking fees to enter at upper campus East-West and Maile Way kiosks from 6:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Visitor parking is available in designated visitor lots that are painted with green stalls and borders. The display of a visitor parking ticket is required and may be purchased from a Pay to Park automated pay station located at each lot. The parking rate is $2.00 per half hour (30 minutes). The maximum daily charge is $16.00. Any vehicle displaying a valid visitor parking ticket is allowed to park in any visitor lot green space.

The automated Pay to Park stations will accept quarters, dollar coins, $1, $5, and $10 bills, and credit cards; Mastercard/VISA. The green visitor parking stalls and Pay to Park automated pay stations will be located at the following locations:

Zone 2    Architecture
Zone 4    Center for Korean Studies parking lot
Zone 5    Bio Med parking lot
Zone 10   Kennedy Theatre parking lot
Zone 13   Kuykendall lot
Zone 17   Music lot

An information attendant will be stationed at the East-West kiosk on weekdays from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to provide visitors and University guests with parking information.

A flat parking rate of $5 applies to the entire campus after 4:00 p.m. Gate attendants will be posted to collect the $5 fee upon entry from 4:00 p.m. to closing, Monday through Friday, and on weekends.

Lower Campus Parking

A flat fee of $4.00 is charged upon entry for parking in the Dole Street and Zone 20 Parking Structures from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. After 4:00 p.m., the $5 campus-wide rate applies.

Certificates of Completion

Many Outreach College non-credit courses qualify for professional continuing education units. Certificates of completion denoting the number of contact hours (instructional hours) can be given to those students whose instructors, upon completion of the course, verify in writing that the student attended at least 80% of the class sessions. Inform your instructor on the first day of class if you are interested in receiving a certificate. Students may submit these certificates to their respective professional organizations for review and granting of continuing education units.

Workplace Customized Solutions

Bring the University of Hawai‘i to your workplace as your corporate training partner. If you have 10 or more staff members who would benefit from any of our programs, we can bring these or other custom solutions directly to your employees at your place of business. Contact Paulette Feeney at 956-8244 for information and assistance.

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