Hawaii Pacific Education: Global Education
Education Global Your adventure awaits… Honolulu, Hawai‘i, U.S.A www.hpu.edu no borders no boundaries Experience a global education explore new opportunity 80 countries world expand new cultures experience deliver ideas change your life Welcome to Hawai‘i Pacific University. Discover a highly ranked, personalized, You’re the kind of student who refuses to settle for “same old.” You want an experience that extends far beyond classes and lectures, that takes you far away from ordinary. And you’re ready to go to a different country to earn your degree. American private university experience. Seize the cutting-edge, 21st-century benefits of a unique global crossroads where East meets West. Embrace an extraordinary academic adventure that draws bright Because you’re an explorer at heart. And when it comes to your passion, your career, your future … no borders, boundaries, glass ceilings, or stereotypes can stop you. Home to students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 80 countries, HPU’s unique aspiration is to maintain a student profile that is one-third from the mainland U.S., one-third from Hawai‘i and one-third from around the globe. Reputation for excellence and value ■■ The U.S. News & World Report ranks HPU in their “Best Colleges 2013” for Top Regional Universities in the West. Barron’s regularly recommends HPU as a “Best Buy in College Education” among the 3,900 universities in the United States The Princeton Review includes HPU in its “Best Western Colleges 2012.” HPU ranks first, in 2013, among Hawai‘i private colleges and universities in “lifetime return on investment,” according to AffordableCollegesOnline.com, an organization dedicated to measuring value in higher education that ranked schools nationwide based on earnings over a 30-year span compared to costs-to-attend. As one of the “Top West Coast Schools for Salary Potential,” HPU graduates receive the best earning potential of all colleges and universities in Hawai‘i, according to the 2012–13 PayScale College Salary Report. According to the 2011 Project on Student Debt, conducted by the Institute for College Access & Success, HPU student’s average debt level is 27% below the national average for private universities. Bloomberg Businessweek recognized HPU in 2011 as having the “Best Return on Investment” of all undergraduate degrees in Hawai‘i, based on tuition cost and the earnings of alumni. HPU is America’s No. 1 university in diversity, ranking ahead of Harvard, Yale, Columbia and Stanford, according to CollegeFactual.com, a fact-based college selection website that helps readers hone in on issues that matter most to them. HPU ranked No. 5 among U.S. campuses in ethnic diversity and No. 6 in geographic diversity. ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ minds like you from across the world. It’s not just an international community you can fit into; it’s one that fits you. 2 Start your great adventure at www.hpu.edu/experienceHPU www.hpu.edu/international www.hpu.edu/international 3 Discover World-Class Programs Undergraduate Programs Expand your professional horizons Your career dreams are bigger than most. It’s why you’re looking for the perfect mix of academic programs and people; education and career preparation; opportunities and connections to succeed on a global stage. HPU is the place. Here, you’ll work closely with professors who include Fortune 500 executives, successful entrepreneurs, renowned scientists, and exceptional artists, among others. Learn from the unique cultural and professional experiences of classmates from across the world. Enjoy extraordinary handson learning experiences on our campuses, around Hawai‘i and across America. Gain experience through internships and study abroad opportunities worldwide. And connect with successful professionals in every field and in every country. Work alongside the world’s best HPU international students are able to apply for a work permit that enables them to work anywhere in the U.S. for up to one year, immediately upon graduation. And, thanks to the global, world-class career preparation they receive here, almost 50 percent of HPU students find jobs even before they graduate. And as an alumnus of HPU, you will become part of a highly regarded career network of HPU graduates who will support you. You’ll find HPU graduates pursuing successful careers at top companies and organizations across the U.S. and worldwide, including: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Apple, Inc. ArcelorMittal AT&T Bank of America Bank of Hawai‘i China International Enterprises CIA Department of Business, Economic Development, & Tourism Department of Land & Natural Resources Department of Defense Disney World FBI Frito-Lay GEICO ■■ ■■ ■■ Google Hawaiian Airlines Hawai‘i State House of Representatives Hawai‘i State Senate Hitachi Honolulu Star Advertiser Honolulu Zoo IBM IRS J.P.Morgan Lockheed Martin Global Macy’s Marriott & Ritz Carlton Merrill Lynch ■■ ■■ Motorola National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration New York Life Oceanic Time Warner Cable Peace Corps Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Pricewaterhouse Coopers Procter & Gamble Queen’s Medical Center Stanford University Hospital Starwood Hotels & Resorts Sun Microsystems United Nations ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ “HPU is unique in many ways. The Through HPU’s Career Services Center, students routinely find co-op and internship opportunities at prestigious organizations and companies, such as: ■■ downtown campus is at the heart of Honolulu, for example, while the Hawai‘i Loa Campus on the Windward side of the island offers a wonderful view of Hawai‘i’s natural beauty. But the real edge over other places is faculty who bring the real world into the classroom. The majority of them are either experienced professionals in the field or retired executives from industry. They don’t just teach from the book, but through their experiences in the working world.” Eugene Mak Home country: Malaysia BSBA, Finance ’11 ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ American Express Financial Advisors Deloitte & Touche, LLP FBI Hilton Hotels Microsoft State of Hawaii Polo Ralph Lauren U.S. Department of State Walt Disney World ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Microsoft ■■ Morgan Stanley Accounting Advertising/Public Relations Anthropology Asian Studies Biochemistry Biology General Human and Health Sciences Business (General) Business Economics Chemistry Communication Computer Science Diplomacy and Military Studies Economics Elementary Education English Environmental Science Environmental Studies Finance Health Science History Hospitality and Tourism Management Humanities Art History East West Classical Studies Philosophy Religious Studies International Business International Studies Globalization and Social Change International Relations and Security International Political Economy and Development Journalism Justice Administration Management Management Information Systems Marine Biology Marketing Mathematics 3-2 Engineering Applied Mathematics Education Pure Math Multimedia Cinematic Production Integrated Multimedia Nursing Oceanography Political Science Pre-Health Professions Program Psychology Social Work Sociology Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Theatre (Individualized) “HPU does everything it can to help students fast-track their way to their desired careers. The travel industry, for example, is my passion. And, from Disney, to Starwood, to Outrigger, HPU has good connections with the best companies. Also, the Career Services Center helps set up internships, job shadowings, seminars, etc. Thanks to HPU, I now see a clear career path ahead.” Xiaofan Cui Home country: China BSBA, Hospitality and Tourism 4 Management ’12 Graduate Programs “HPU gave me the opportunity to grow and learn according to my individual needs and at my own pace. The ethnic diversity and variety of cultures I was exposed to during my years at HPU has continuously helped me in my private and professional life.” Viken Martarian Home country: Sweden BSBA, Marketing ’02 MBA, Marketing, Finance ’04 Managing Director and Board of Directors at Tetra Pak Shanghai City, China Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Master of Arts in Communication Master of Arts in Diplomacy and Military Studies Master of Arts in Global Leadership and Sustainable Development Master of Arts in Human Resource Management Master of Arts in Organizational Change Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Master of Business Administration Master of Education in Elementary Education Master of Education in Secondary Education Master of Science in Information Systems Master of Science in Marine Science Master of Science in Nursing Master of Social Work 5 Start your great adventure at www.hpu.edu/experienceHPU Think global adventure You’re looking for an unforgettable learning experience. Where classrooms expand seamlessly across international borders and cultural boundaries. Where big ideas wander freely into global workplaces. Where faculty teach as much from textbooks as they do from personal experience. And routinely work on real-world challenges. We’re with you. Because, at HPU, we believe that’s how learning happens best. Know your professors one-on-one Our small class-sizes averaging less than 20 students, mean that, as an HPU student, you can expect one-on-one mentoring from highly experienced professionals and world-renowned experts in their fields, including such professors as: Dr. Jerry Agrusa. Recipient of the prestigious Fulbright Senior Specialist Award, professor of Hospitality and ■■ Imagine… ■■ Pursuing innovative programs in International Studies, International Business, Communications, Information Systems, Nursing, Global Leadership and Sustainable Development and more at a global crossroads of East and West. Specializing in Hospitality and Tourism Management at the heart of one of the world’s most-loved tourist destinations—from nearby Waikiki to five-star resorts on the other islands in Hawai‘i. Studying in HPU’s highly acclaimed Marine Science program and exploring the natural sciences or environmental studies across one of the world’s best-known natural, living laboratories… studying sea turtles, or whales, or the cancer-fighting properties of specific coral species from aboard a 42-foot research vessel on the Pacific Ocean. Tourism Management and a recipient of an HPU Excellence in Teaching award, Dr. Agrusa regularly involves his students in his research on tourism and hospitality—in collecting data, for example, on the Honolulu Marathon. He has published more than 100 refereed articles and conference proceedings, lectured or consulted in more than 25 countries, and been quoted by The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Associated Press and ESPN News, among others. Dr. Catherine Linnes. From digitizing data to building applications for data analysis, this Associate Professor of Information Systems has taught classes over the past 13 years that have involved more than 500 real-world projects, which have often translated into first jobs for her graduating students. “I’m not surprised that the State recognizes the skills, talents, and dedication our students immediately bring to such positions,” says Dr. Linnes, about four students recently hired by Hawaii’s Office of Information Management and Technology. “Building these bridges between our ■■ ■■ Interacting with business leaders within multinational companies as you study marketing and management in Honolulu’s thriving international financial district, right in the middle of HPU’s downtown campus. Interning at the offices of a U.S. Senator in Washington, D.C., or with the World Health Organization in Switzerland. ■■ Go as far as your passion for learning takes you Passionate about earning a graduate degree? More than 36 percent of HPU’s graduates pursue advanced degrees within one year of graduation. HPU’s Concurrent Program allows juniors and seniors to earn up to 12 semester hours toward any of our 14 master’s degrees through select graduate-level courses that also count toward their undergraduate degrees! And, HPU graduates successfully apply to prestigious professional and graduate programs at some of the world’s best-known universities, including: ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ MSIS Program and the public and private sectors is what our efforts are all about.” Dr. Carlos Juarez. A Professor of Political Science, Dr. Juarez currently serves on the Consular Corp of Hawai‘i as the Honorary Consul of Peru to Hawai‘i. He has lectured across Europe, Mexico, South America, Australia, and New Zealand; served on the staff of former U.S. Senator Alan Cranston; and consulted with the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, and the Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance in Stockholm, Sweden. Dr. David Horgen. Interim Dean of HPU’s College of Computational and Natural Sciences and Professor of Chemistry, Dr. Horgen is acclaimed both for his scholarship and for outstanding teaching and service. An innovator in the field of marine natural products chemistry, Dr. Horgen is studying a species of coral thought to have cancer-fighting properties. As part of this pioneering research effort toward curing cancer, he is collaborating with researchers from The Queen’s Medical Center and the University of Hawai‘i’s Cancer Center to study the soft coral compound waixenicin A, which shuts down a protein involved in cancer and stroke. Boston University Columbia University Cornell University Duke University Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Harvard University London School of Economics & Political Science Stanford University ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Texas A&M Yale University University of California-Berkeley University College Dublin, Ireland University of Bergen, Norway University of New Mexico University of Southampton, Great Britain University of Sydney, Australia ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ 6 Start your great adventure at www.hpu.edu/experienceHPU 7 Belong in a community you can call your own You’re looking for more than just an education overseas. What you want is a community that fits you. A community that understands your specific needs as an international student far Celebrating Multi-Cultures Annually, for more than 20 years, HPU celebrates its international community in a daylong multicultural festival that highlights many of the 80 countries our students come from. Intercultural Day is filled with food, student-led dancing/ performances and demonstrations that represent many of the countries. Your home in Hawai‘i As part of a major campus expansion in exciting downtown Honolulu, HPU has acquired waterfront property right next to the exciting Aloha Tower. This new facility offers stylish, urban waterfront loft residences for HPU students. Set amidst a diverse array of shopping and dining options, the facility includes such features as a bookstore, a welcome center, a fitness center, student and study lounges, and much more. Alternatively, you can opt for a traditional residential experience at our stunning, 135-acre Hawai‘i Loa campus at the base of the lush, beautiful Ko‘olau Mountains (and connected to downtown Honolulu by free shuttle), or, for off-campus housing. At HPU, you’ll find a truly international community of students and professors eager to welcome you home. from home. That dedicates the resources it takes to help you make an easy transition to a different culture. That helps you build the kind of professional and personal relationships you can depend on long after you graduate. At HPU, we know what you mean. We are among America’s most global, culturally diverse college communities. From your application process, to securing your student visa, to getting to HPU and transportation from the airport to campus, at HPU, you’ll find an array of services to help you get here, settle in, and succeed, including: ■■ The International Bridge Program (IBP) is designed for international students whose English test score is below HPU’s entry requirements, but who have demonstrated an advanced level of proficiency. Students take five HPU courses (total 15 credits) specifically designed for the program. All IBP courses are taught by HPU professors and include relevant topics such as Global Issues, Sustainability, Cultural Studies, and Business. After successful completion of IBP, students can enter directly into one of HPU’s degree programs. This program ensures that our international students are recognized and supported in their efforts to improve language, grasp concepts, develop study skills, acquire cultural understanding, and build the connections they need to assimilate into the HPU learning community… even as they discover what it means to be a global citizen. International Student Services… a central support center for our international students with staff dedicated to helping you with everything from student visa issues to work opportunities “HPU is unique. Here, you can meet people from all over the world and HPU’s location in the middle of Honolulu’s downtown business district allows students to interact with business people. There are also many good resources on campus for HPU students. The Career Center is helpful and the advisors there tell you everything you need to know in order to get a great internship. The HPU Connect website is very useful for finding businesses that are looking for interns. I even landed an internship at Turtle Bay Resort in the Special Events Department. Felliphe Castro Home country: Brazil BA, Hospitality and Tourism Management ’11 ■■ Residence Life and Commuter Services… to help you secure on or off-campus housing before you arrive ■■ The Center for Student Life & First-Year Programs… to ensure you get quickly and fully involved in all of our student life activities and programs ■■ Academic Advising Services… to help you design an academic pathway that meets your specific goals and keeps you on track to graduate ■■ ELS Language Program provides intensive and semi-intensive English training at our downtown Honolulu campus for those students who score lower than HPU’s minimum English requirement. Designed by ELS, the international leader in academic English language preparation, these programs are available at all proficiency levels. HPU accepts a certificate of completion of Level 112 of the ELS intensive program to waive the TOEFL requirement and offers conditional admission to all ELS students who meet HPU’s academic requirements. For more, please visit www.hpu.edu/englishtest . ■■ ■■ ■■ Career Services… to ensure you take maximum advantage of the extraordinary internship and other professional opportunities at HPU and then helps with job interviews as you plan your career Orientation… to familiarize you with HPU as you first arrive, meet other students, talk to your professors and receive answers to your most important questions Center for Academic Success… to provide extra help with your studies. Tutoring for all subjects is available free of charge through this center Alumni Global Network… to enable you to maintain connections with HPU graduates and the university, HPU has alumni chapters around the world Margot Filippi, BS Oceanography and Mathematics ’12, accepted a five-year PhD fellowship from MIT and will be participating in its joint program of Mechanical Engineering and Oceanography through the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute. In addition to MIT, Filippi, who is originally from France, was accepted to UC-Berkeley and the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, UCSan Diego. She has volunteered her time with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, worked at an oceanographic consulting firm in Waimanalo, and also served as the president of HPU’s Math Club and a President’s Host. Each year, more than 1,000 international students from approximately 80 countries enroll at HPU. To learn more about these and all other services available for international students, visit: www.hpu.edu/international 9 “It is refreshing to live and learn in an environment where you can surf in turquoise waters or take breathtaking hikes after class. It is incredibly positive, too, to grab coffee with your professors and exchange ideas outside of your classroom. By getting involved in various campus activities, I was able to adjust quickly and feel at home.” Yasemin Karabudak Home country: Germany BA, International Relations ’13 North Shore Downtown Campus O‘ahu Airport Aloha Tower Kane‘ohe Kailua OCEANIC INSTITUTE Winning Athletics HPU welcomes student athletes from all over the world who are committed to giving their best, both in the classroom and with their respective teams. Our Sea Warriors compete at the NCAA Division II level and belong to the Pacific West Conference. On Campus ■■ HAWAI‘I LOA CAMPUS Hang out at our downtown student center, Sharky’s Cove, or the Sea Warrior Center where you’ll find billiards, ping pong, foosball tables, and more. In the mood for some culture? Drop by the theatre or art gallery on our Hawaii Loa Campus. Take part in recurring college-wide events such as Movies on the Mall, in addition to such annual and semiannual events as Club Carnival and Intercultural Day. Visit our new Aloha Tower complex that features retail and restaurants, entertainment, community and student gathering spaces, as well as student housing. DOWNTOWN CAMPUS ■■ Hawai‘i Loa Campus Honolulu Diamond Head Waikiki Women’s Sports ■■ Acrobatics & Tumbling Basketball ■■ ■■ ■■ Cross country Golf Soccer ■■ ■■ ■■ Softball Tennis Volleyball ■■ ■■ Discover paradise You believe college should be the adventure of a lifetime both inside and outside the classroom. We couldn’t agree more. After all, be it Oceanic Institute Men’s Sports ■■ ■■ ■■ Baseball Basketball ■■ ■■ Cross country Golf ■■ ■■ Soccer Tennis recreational activities, cultural experiences, or outdoor adventures, few universities offer the diversity of options and opportunities we do. Numerous student clubs to choose from, ranging from academic and professional organizations like the Akamai Advertising Agency or the United Nations Club, to cultural organizations like the Taiwanese Student Association or the Korean student organization, to special interest organizations like the Leaders for a Sustainable Future. 14 NCAA Division II athletic teams. Intramural sports. The global cultures, cuisines, and shopping of downtown Honolulu. The breathtaking beauty of the mountains at our Hawai‘i Loa campus. And the incredible outdoor possibilities offered by the Pacific. This is the kind of place where a new adventure awaits you around every corner. “HPU is a multicultural learning environment like no other,” says Miina Huotari ’15 from Finland, an International Studies major (with minors in military/diplomacy studies and theater) who speaks four languages. As an HPU student, Miina serves as student body president, has traveled to New York with the United Nations Club, joined the Students’ Rights Standing Committee, worked as a Peer Academic Coach, and even competed in two Honolulu marathons. “It’s been such a great adventure,” she says. Among America’s safest, healthiest, and cleanest cities, Honolulu is recognized as a “Top College Destination” in the 2012 American Institute of Economic Research College Destinations Index. It was also named one of “America’s 20 Best Cities” to live in by Bloomberg Businessweek. Three distinct locations Hawai‘i Pacific University is one university with three distinct locales. The Hawai‘i Loa Campus is just eight miles (12km) from the urban campus in downtown Honolulu. This campus in Kane‘ohe is home to the College of Nursing and Health Sciences as well as the College of Natural and Computational Sciences. The downtown Honolulu campus—home to the College of Business 10 and College of Humanities and Social Sciences—has the dynamic energy you would expect from an urban setting, situated among Fortune 500 companies, near the state capitol, with a multitude of shops and excellent ethnic restaurants of all varieties. The Oceanic Institute, on the island’s eastern shore, is an active learning research facility. You may go easily from one campus to the other via our free shuttle bus service. Off Campus ■■ Immerse yourself in nearby Fort Street and its bustle of live music, art and other events, restaurants serving up food from across the globe and fascinating shopping options. Use your HPU meal card to sample some of its most popular restaurants. ■■ Discover some of the world’s most amazing outdoor adventures. Paddle board on Waikiki Beach. Enjoy world-renowned surfing competitions on the North Shore. Watch for whales in January and February at the Pali lookout near the Hawai‘i Loa Campus. Hike Diamond Head. Enjoy views of waterfalls. Peace-of-Mind for your parents and you! Q A How does HPU rank among . U.S. colleges and universities? Hawa‘i Pacific University, founded . in 1965, is the state’s leading private, nonprofit university with a student population of approximately 6,300 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate students. U.S. News and World Report’s annual review of colleges, “Best Colleges 2013,” ranks HPU among the top 50 Private Regional Universities in the Western United States and highlights our diversity in its “Most International Students” category, while Princeton Review recognizes HPU as one of the top 121 colleges in the western region. . Is HPU accredited? Q A Why is HPU a worthwhile investment . for international students? Q A The largest private university in the . central Pacific, HPU offers more than 50 undergraduate programs and 14 graduate degrees. HPU is accredited by the: ■■ Accrediting Commission for Senior College and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges ■■ Council on Social Work Education ■■ Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Whichever way you look at it, HPU . is an excellent investment in your child’s future. Our tuition costs are well below the U.S. average for private universities and we also offer a variety of scholarships and financial aid options. Further, we work hard to help students move more quickly into their future career, offering, for example, summer sessions, so students may accelerate completion of their degrees. But that’s not all. Not only do HPU students graduate with debt that’s a fraction of what American students incur nationally, they also are more likely to end up with higher salaries. This combination of affordable tuition and monetary success of our graduates is why Bloomberg Businessweek consistently recognizes HPU as the “Best Undergraduate Return on Investment” of any private college or university in the state of Hawai‘i and why Barron’s recommends HPU as a “Best Buy in College Education” among 3,900 U.S. universities. . Is it helpful to visit HPU first? Applying to HPU As a university with extensive experience in meeting the specific needs of international applicants, you’ll find our application process to be efficient and straightforward. Our “rolling admission” policy allows you to apply anytime throughout the year and ensures you may begin your HPU adventure in the fall, spring, or summer semesters. And, whether you are a first-year applicant, a transfer student, or a graduate student, you’ll find all the information you need to apply at www.hpu.edu/apply. We are now accepting the Common Application: www.commonapp.org Admissions Requirements ■■ Signed and completed ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ ■■ Q A Is HPU a safe, welcoming community . for my child? Q A As one of America’s most culturally . diverse universities, HPU’s truly global community is home to students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 80 countries. Few universities offer international students a more welcoming environment or a more adventure-filled and internationally relevant academic experience. Plus, of course, the unparalleled benefits of our location at the strategic center of the Pacific Rim— easy access to the professional possibilities of a region with the fastest growing economies in the world; astonishing natural beauty and inspiring recreational opportunities; rich cultural and ethnic diversity; and Honolulu, a city that ranks among the safest, healthiest, and cleanest cities in the U.S. Yes, experiencing our campuses, . firsthand, is the best way to decide if HPU is the right fit. If you are in search of an extraordinary college adventure at a world-class American university offering outstanding academic programs and career preparation, small class sizes, individual attention to students, and a welcoming, truly global community, HPU may be the perfect fit. Unable to visit? Our admissions counselors may be able to come to you! To check if and when an HPU representative may be visiting a city near you, please visit www.hpu.edu/country, or contact us at the International Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1.808.543.8088. Meanwhile, for a taste of the HPU adventure online, visit www.hpu.edu/experienceHPU. ■■ application form (either online, at www.hpu.edu/apply, or in print) USD$50 non-refundable application fee Officially certified copies of student’s transcripts Personal statement or Essay Letter of Recommendation SAT/ACT scores recommended, but not required Official English proficiency test results recognized by HPU (visit www.hpu.edu/englishtest for more information) Copy of student’s passport photo page Other Requirements: ■■ Original Statement of Financial Sponsorship a bank statement These documents can be submitted at any time in the admissions process. ■■ Original or certified copy of Scholarships HPU offers a variety of competitive academic and activity-based scholarships, ranging from $3,000 to $12,500 to outstanding international students with exceptional leadership potential. Full-time degree seeking and transfer students are automatically evaluated for HPU’s academic merit-based scholarships of up to $12,500 per academic year (fall and spring only) at the time of admission based on academic abilities. Students with specific talents and interests may also benefit from a wide range of additional scholarship opportunities ranging from our Excellence in Undergraduate Writing awards to Debate, Athletic, Music Ensemble, and Cheer and Dance scholarships. Our Undergraduate International Scholarships— available to first-year and transfer students—serve as a partial tuition waiver, renewable each year for a maximum of four years, as long as the student remains in good standing. For more information on scholarships, please visit www.hpu.edu/scholarships. International Center 1164 Bishop Street #1100 Honolulu, Hawai‘i 96813 +1.808.543.8088 | Fax: +1.808.543.8065 | Toll-free U.S. and Canada: 1.866.CALL.HPU email: email@example.com | www.hpu.edu/international Hawai‘i Pacific University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution that prohibits discrimination against, and harassment of, any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, ancestry, marital status, disability, arrest and court record, or veteran status. Sex discrimination includes sexual harassment and sexual assault. For more information on how to report discrimination or harassment to HPU, please go to www.hpu.edu/studentlife and click on the link to the HPU Student Handbook.