Maui College

Maui College

University of Hawai'i Maui College serves the educational needs of residents on Moloka’i, Lana’i and Maui. It also administers the UH Center on Maui, which provides students an opportunity to obtain baccalaureate and graduate degrees and certificates from other institutions within the UH System. Maui pioneered the delivery of courses by distance technology, serving as a model for the entire university system. It is also the first UH community college to grant a baccalaureate degree with its high-demand bachelor of applied science in applied business and information technology.
Areas of Excellence

Education Maui College offers liberal arts, occupational-technical, and transfer and certificate programs. Four-year and graduate degrees are offered through the University Center.
Location The main Maui campus is in Kahului, Maui and education centers are located in Hana, Maui and on the islands of Moloka'i and Lana'i.
Programs The Culinary Arts program and the Maui Language Institute are just two of the outstanding offerings at Maui College that directly benefit the community.
Fast Facts
Certificates: 34

Associate degrees: 20

Bachelor’s degrees: 3

Undergraduates: 3,809

Average age: 28 years old

Men: 38.6%

Women: 61.4%

Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 15:1

University of Hawai'i Maui College
310 Ka'ahumanu Ave
Kahului, HI 96732-1617
voice: (808) 984-3500

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Hawai'i CC - (808) 854-1420
Honolulu CC - (808) 284-1270
Kapi'olani CC - (808) 734-9900
Kaua'i CC - (808) 212-2679
Leeward CC - (808) 455-0611
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Windward CC - (808) 235-7355