Colleges in Hawaii

Colleges in Hawaii

Hawaii or, as natives spell it, Hawai’i, is an archipelago of islands in the Central Pacific ocean and was the last state to be added to the US, in 1959. The tropical climate persists year round, but there are two seasons: dry, from May to October, and wet, from October to April. Colleges in Hawaii are predominantly either community colleges or public universities, the University of Hawaii having four locations. Hawaii also has two special-focus institutions, both for medicine. Tourism and agriculture are top industries for Hawaii, and prominent attractions include the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park and Diamond Head.
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“…university of hawaii of manoa is a great school. there are amazing students you will meet but also a very good place to live in because as most people describe it, it's paradise. you will enjoy going to uh manoa, go warriors!” – Marife from Honolulu, HI

“…great college! everyone here is so nice and accommodating! they really want to see you succeed. you want to be right on top of everything and if you feel something is not getting done fast enough then jut make a call and they will see whats taking so...” – Katie from Kaneohe, HI

“…chaminade is an amazing school. the faculty, staff, and students are very friendly. the environment is awesome as well.” – Stella from American Samoa

“…university of hawaii at hilo has variety range of ethnic groups. its campus allows a hawaiian language program. is a highly-accredited nursing program” – Aiko from Hilo, HI

“…Very international student friendly. Very diverged. The best community college in Hawaii” – Ian from Honolulu, HI

“…There is an opportunity for a close relationship between instructor and pupil. It is a positive and healthy atmosphere. It is culturally diverse and there are plenty of opportunities to familiarize yourself with the rest of the world without even...” – Anne from Lindon, UT

“…The instructors at Leeward Community College have terrific skills in teaching. They will spend extra time with their students and share some of their strategies to succeed. Also, the tutors help are a blessing to have.” – Loreen from Ewa Beach, HI

“…The campus of University of Hawaii at West Oahu was considered an underdog of all the universities until the campus has transferred from one city to another. It has a beautiful campus for students to be able to work in. The staff is also incredibly...” – Clarence from Kapolei, HI

“…Hawaii Community College is an outstanding college. The staff are very helpful and understanding; also, the environment is full of ALOHA.” – Cire Ailuj from Kailua Kona, HI

“…hcc is the #1 college to be. everyone is so welcoming and we're just like family. we have the best staff and faculty members on campus that love us and help us to become great achievers in our careers.” – Mary from Honolulu, HI

“…It is a very culturally diverse atmosphere where you can meet people from all over the world. Most of the teachers are passionate about what they are teaching and there to help students when needed. This school is in a great location and has a great...” – Molly from Kihei, HI

“…I believe windward community college is a safe, and friendly school. All the staff and students treat each other like family, always supporting each other and many resources are available to help the students along the way. The school is constantly...” – Julie from Kailua, HI

“…The arts program at Kauai Community College has helped me create a winning portfolio for admittance into an art school. The faculty has been extremely helpful and knowledgeable. The campus is clean and well maintained.” – Chelsea from Kalaheo, HI

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