Extending Mānoa academic resources and support to students and the community of Maui Nui (Maui, Moloka‘i, and Lana‘i).
A uniquely structured office, the Outreach College on Maui collaborates with UH Mānoa and UH Maui College departments and programs to extend Mānoa academic resources and support to students and the community of Maui Nui (Maui, Moloka‘i, and Lana‘i).
In 1989, UH Mānoa and Maui Community College leaders accomplished a vision of Maui County’s officials to offer undergraduate and graduate courses of study to the neighbor islands. Mānoa’s Outreach College on Maui fills a specialized niche within the State with its location, knowledgeable staff, and focus on quality customer service.
For students interested in transferring, please review all Transfer Options to determine which option suits your situation and needs best. If you plan to pursue a UH Mānoa Statewide distance education program from Maui County or plan to relocate to Oʻahu to pursue educational opportunities at the Mānoa campus, we provide general services including:
Preliminary Transfer Evaluations
We will assist with reviewing your transcript and identifying which courses you may need to take in the first semester at Mānoa
Review all Bachelor Degree Program Sheets
See how courses transfer in the UH System using the Transfer Database.
Support for Newly Accepted Students
If you are relocating to Oʻahu, the new student checklist will help you get ready for the move
UH Mānoa Office of Student Affairs New Student Checklist
If you are a community college student taking UH Mānoa courses (or vice versa) and are eligible for financial aid, you may need to complete a Concurrent Enrollment Form from your home campus.
UHM Financial Aid: http://www.hawaii.edu/fas
UHMC Financial Aid: http://maui.hawaii.edu/financial
Connect with your Academic Advisor
Depending on your major, you may have two or more advisors at UHM. Find out who your advisor is.
See UH Maui College Links for additional student service information.