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Registration Guide Summer/Fall 2014

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Summer I: May 27 – July 3 Summer II: July 7 – Aug. 14 Fall Session: Aug. 25 – Dec. 19

Summer/Fall 2014

• Registration Begins: April 14, 2014 • Continuing Students: Register as Assigned • New, Re-admit, & Transfer Students: Register from April 22

Fall Early Registration Timetable Please refer to MyUH Portal for updates (https://myuh.hawaii.edu)

• New, Re-admit, and Transfer Students may register

from April 22, 2014 on MyUH Portal. All New Students must visit www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/ welcome and complete the following steps: 1) Getting Started, 2) Online Orientation; and, 3) Sign up for a Registration Session. New Student Registration sessions begin April 22, and are optional for Re-admit and Transfer Students.

• Continuing Students enrolled in Spring 2014 at any

UH Campus may register on MyUH Portal anytime on or after assigned Early Registration date below. Early Registration is encouraged because classes fill on a first-come, first-served basis.

If your Total Credits at Home Institution are:

Then your Early Registration Begins:

Special groups, 36 + credits April 14, Monday 24 + credits

April 15, Tuesday

18 + credits

April 16, Wednesday

6 + credits

April 17, Thursday

0 + credits

April 18, Friday

874 Dillingham Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96817 www.honolulu.hawaii.edu (808) 845 -9 211


elcome to Honolulu Community College (Honolulu CC), Fall 2014. As a fully accredited college in the University of Hawai’i System, Honolulu CC serves the community, city, state, and Pacific region as an affordable, flexible, learning-centered, open-door, and comprehensive community college. Honolulu CC offers a diverse curriculum including 25 Career and Technical Programs and a Liberal Arts Program with general education courses that transfer to 4-year institutions. Classes are also available with flexible day, evening, cable (TV), and online (WWW) options. For more information, visit the Honolulu CC website at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu. This Registration Guide provides information to help students register for credit classes and is also available online (www. honolulu.hawaii.edu/registration). To request an alternative format of the guide, please contact Student ACCESS (phone 844-2392 voice/text, or email accesshcc-l@lists.hawaii.edu). Class schedules may be viewed on the Honolulu CC Class Availability website (www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/registration), the place to go for the most up-to-date course information.

Opening doors of opportunity. UH Community Colleges celebrate a 50 year anniversary.

Special Schedules for Cooperative Education, Distance Education (CABLE and WWW), Evening/Weekend, Learning Community, Off-Campus Education, and Liberal Arts (AA Degree) Diversification, Focus and Foundation classes, may be viewed at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/registration.

Course Descriptions, program requirements, faculty directory, college policies and procedures may be found in the Honolulu CC Catalog which is available for review at the Records Office and online at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/ catalog, or for purchase at the Honolulu CC Bookstore. Services for Students: Honolulu CC offers a student-centered learning environment supported by a variety of student resources. For guidance during registration and assistance throughout the school year, student resource specialists are available to help. For information on services, visit www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/services. Student ID Cards: Apply early for Student ID Cards as processing times may vary. New ID Cards are free to Credit students with payment of tuition and fees. Non-Credit and Apprenticeship students pay $5. All replacement ID Cards are $5. ID Cards are issued by the Student Life & Development Office (SLD) in Building 2. First register for Honolulu CC classes, pay tuition and fees online or at any UH System Cashier’s Office, fill-out the Student ID Card Application, and present the application with a photo ID (e.g. driver’s license, State ID, passport, etc.) to SLD. More information on courses, programs, services, policies and procedures is available on the Honolulu CC website (www.honolulu.hawaii.edu) or by contacting the appropriate unit.

This Registration Guide was prepared to provide information and does not constitute a contract. Honolulu CC reserves the right to change or delete, supplement, or otherwise amend, at any time and without prior notice, the information, requirements, and policies contained in this Registration Guide or other documents. The University of Hawai‘i is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender identity and expression, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital status, arrest and court record, sexual orientation, or status as a covered veteran. This policy covers admission and access to, and participation, treatment, and employment in the University’s programs, activities, and services. For more information on equal opportunity and affirmative action policies and complaint procedures, contact the campus EEO director or coordinator.

Honolulu Community College EEO/AA Coordinator: 874 Dillingham Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96817; ph. 808 -847-9843

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Resources Area

Website

Phone

Academic Success Center

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/academicsuccess

844-2353, 845-9284

Admissions

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/admissions

845-9129, 845-9270 voice/text

Advising/Academic Counseling

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/counseling

845-9129

Bookstore

www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/hcc

845-9105

Career Counseling

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/career

845-9129

Child Care

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/keiki

845-9466

Computer Lab

http://www2.honolulu.hawaii.edu/?q=node/857

845-9293

Continuing Education

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/cet

845-9296

Cooperative Education Classes

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/coop

845-9169

Credit-by-Exam

Division Chair

Disability Access

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/disability

voice/text 844-2392, 845-9272

Distance Ed/Learning Classes

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/distance, www.hawaii.edu/dl

845-9234

Financial Aid

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/finaid

845-9116

Graduation Application

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/records

845-9120

Hawaiian Center

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/hawaiian

845-9112, CTE 845-9176

Health Office

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/health

911 + 284-1270 Emergencies 845-9282 Non-Emergencies

Job Placement

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/career

845-9204

Learning Community Classes

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/lc

845 - 9110

Library

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/library

845-9199

Lost and Found

http://programs.honolulu.hawaii.edu/studentlife

845-9498

Mental Health Wellness

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/mentalhealth

845-9180

Non-Credit Classes

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/cet

845-9248

Off-Campus Classes

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/socad

421-4350

Parking/Citations

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/parking

845-9102

Payment Plan

http://www2.honolulu.hawaii.edu/?q=node/202

845-9102

Registration

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/records

845-9120

ROTC Program

www.catalog.hawaii.edu/schoolscolleges/rotc

956-7734 (AS), 956-7744 (MSL)

Security

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/security

284-1270 (cell) Emergencies 271-4836 (cell) Non-emergencies

Service Learning Classes

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/servicelearning

845-9400

STAR Degree check

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/star

845-9129

Student Government

http://programs.honolulu.hawaii.edu/studentlife

845-9268, 845-9269

Student Life & ID Cards

http://programs.honolulu.hawaii.edu/studentlife

845-9498

Student Newspaper

http://programs.honolulu.hawaii.edu/studentlife

845-9213

Student Records

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/records

845-9120

Transcripts

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/records

845-9120

Testing Center

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/testingcenter

845-9130

TRIO-Student Support Services

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/trio

844-2394

Tuition/Fees, Refunds

http://www2.honolulu.hawaii.edu/?q=node/200

845-9102

Tutoring

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/testingcenter

845-9400, Math 845-9403

Veterans Affairs

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/records

845-9120

Work-Study Program

www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/finaid

845-9116

Writing Center

https://hcc.mywconline.com

845-9239

The Honolulu CC Directory is available at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/directory

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Policies & Deadlines

By registering for classes in Summer 2014 and Fall 2014, students accept the terms and conditions of the Policies and Deadlines printed below. Students are financially responsible for the tuition payment of any courses(s) they are enrolled in.

Summer 2014 Policies & Deadlines (Session I: May 27 - July 3, Session II: July 7 - August 14) 1. Tuition Payment Deadline: Monday, May 12,2014 4:00 p.m. HST 2. Tuition/Withdrawal/Refund Policy: Please note that refund and drop/withdrawal dates are different for classes that meet on dates other than the sessions below. Summer Session I

Summer Session I

Refund

May 26

July 06

100% refund of tuition

May 27 - June 03

July 07 - July 14

50% refund of tuition

June 4

July 15

Withdrawal on or before Withdrawal from Withdrawal on or after

NO REFUND

3. C  hanges of Schedule (Drops, Adds, Switches): Only students clear of past due balances and holds may submit Course Registration Form. A fee of $5 is applied to each form submitted (no fee for online transactions). Summer Session I

Summer Session I

Last day to Drop a course without a “W” grade

June 3

July 14

Last day to Drop a course with a “W” grade

June 18

July 29

Summer/Fall 2014 Policies & Deadlines (August 25 - December 19) 1. Tuition Payment Deadline: Friday, July 25, 2014 4:00 p.m. HST 2. Tuition/Withdrawal/Refund Policy: Withdrawal and drop dates differ for classes that are NOT semester-length Refund Withdrawal on or before August 29

100% refund of tuition

Withdrawal from August 30 to September 15

50% refund of tuition

Withdrawal on or after September 16

NO REFUND

3. C  hanges of Schedule (Drops, Adds, Switches): Only students clear of past due balances and holds may submit Course Registration Form. A fee of $5 is applied to each form submitted (no fee for online transactions). International students must maintain full-time status in order to meet visa requirements. Last day to Drop a course without a “W” grade

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September 15

Last day to Drop a course with a “W” grade

October 30

Last day to change CR/NC and Audit grading options

October 30

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Summer Academic Calendar Summer 2014 Academic Calendar

(May 27 - August 14)

Please refer to MyUH Portal for updates (https://myuh.hawaii.edu) Apr 14

Summer Registration begins for Continuing Students enrolled in Spring 2014 at any UH Campus. Register on MyUH Portal.

Apr 22

Summer Registration begins for New, Re-admit, and Transfer Students on MyUH Portal. To register for summer classes April 14-21, please see a Counselor. * All New Students must visit www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/welcome and complete the following steps: 1) Getting Started, 2) Online Orientation; and, 3) Sign up for a Registration Session. New Student Registration sessions begin April 22, and are optional for Re-admit and Transfer Students.

May 12

PAYMENT DEADLINE for all Summer Registrations is May 12, 2014, 4:00 p.m. HST

May 26

Memorial Day (Federal and State Holiday) 1

May 27

Summer Session I begins (May 27 - July 3)

Jun 11

King Kamehameha I Day (State Holiday)

Jul 04

Independence Day (Federal and State Holiday) 1

Jul 07

Summer Session II begins (July 7 - August 14)

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Aug 15

Statehood Day (State Holiday) 1

Aug 18

FACULTY DEADLINE to submit grades for Summer 2014 via MyUH Portal by 4:00 PM

Oct 10

Last day for Students to submit Summer 2014 Incomplete (“I”) make-up work to Instructors

Oct 24

Last day for Instructors to submit Summer 2014 Incomplete (“I”) make-up grades to Records Office

* For Academic Counseling office hours, please visit www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/counseling.

Summer 2014 Add/Drop Calendar

(See https://myuh.hawaii.edu for updates)

Please note that Refund and Drop/Withdrawal dates are different for classes that meet on dates other than the sessions below. See the Records Office for details.

Summer Session I: May 27 - July 3 May 26

Last Day to Drop/Withdraw with 100% Refund

May 27

Add/Drop fee begins, $5 in person, (no fee for online transactions)

Jun 03

Last Day to Drop/Withdraw class and not have it appear on Academic Record Last Day to Drop/Withdraw with 50% refund

Jun 04

No Refund

Jun 18

Last Day to Drop/Withdraw classes (with “W” grade)

Summer Session II: July 7 - August 14

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Jul 06

Last Day to Drop/Withdraw with 100% Refund

Jul 07

Add/Drop fee begins, $5 in person, (no fee for online transactions)

Jul 14

Last Day to Drop/Withdraw class and not have it appear on Academic Record Last Day to Drop/Withdraw with 50% refund

Jul 15

No Refund

Jul 29

Last Day to Drop/Withdraw classes (with “W” grade)

On Federal Holidays, classes scheduled on Military Bases and labs associated with Military-Base classes will not meet. On State Holidays and recesses, classes scheduled at other facilities will not meet. Weekend classes will meet before Monday holidays/recesses and following Friday holidays/recesses.

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Fall Academic Calendar

Fall 2014 Academic Calendar

(August 25 - December 19)

Please refer to MyUH Portal for updates (https://myuh.hawaii.edu) Apr 14-21

Fall Early Registration begins for Continuing Students enrolled in Spring 2014 at any UH Campus. Register on MyUH Portal anytime on or after assigned Early Registration start date. (See Cover of Registration Guide, or visit https://myuh.hawaii.edu).

Apr 22

Fall Registration begins for New, Re-admit, and Transfer Students on MyUH Portal. All New Students must visit www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/welcome and complete the following steps: 1) Getting Started, 2) Online Orientation; and, 3) Sign up for a Registration Session. New Student Registration sessions begin April 22, and are optional for Re-admit and Transfer Students.

Jul 25

PAYMENT DEADLINE for Fall 2014 registration is July 25, 4:00 p.m. HST unless students enroll in a PAYMENT PLAN. If registering from July 26, see FALL TUITION & FEES for payment deadline.

Aug 25 Sept 01

Sept 3, 2014 Sept 26, 2014

INSTRUCTION BEGINS Labor Day (Federal & State Holiday)

Oct 24, 2014 (See TUITION & FEES for payment options)

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Oct 10

Last day for Students to submit Spring & Summer 2014 Incomplete (”I”) make-up work to Instructors

Oct 13

Columbus Day (Federal Holiday, all classes meet except Military Base classes) 3

Oct 15

Last day to apply for FALL GRADUATION

Oct 24

Last Day for Instructors to submit Spring & Summer 2014 Incomplete (“I”) make-up grades to Records Office

Oct 30

Last day to change to CR/NC and AUDIT grading options

Nov 03

Last day to CHANGE MAJOR for Spring 2015 Early Registration

Nov 04

General Election Day (State Holiday)

Nov 11

Veterans’ Day (Federal & State Holiday) 3

Nov 27-28

3

Thanksgiving Recess (Nov. 27 Federal & State Holiday) 3 (Classes will be held at Military Bases; no classes at other facilities; Bookstore closed)

Dec 11

INSTRUCTION ENDS

Dec 12

Study Period; no classes, no exams. (Not applicable to classes on Military Bases)

Dec 13-19

EVALUATION PERIOD (See FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE)

Dec 19

FALL SEMESTER ENDS Graduation

Dec 22

FACULTY DEADLINE to submit grades for Fall 2014 via MyUH Portal by 4:00 p.m.

Note: Students may access grades via MyUH Portal.

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Payment Plan Installments Due:

Note: Weekend classes will meet before Monday holidays/recesses and following Friday holidays/recesses.

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W  ithdrawal and Drop Dates are different for classes that are NOT semester-length or a full summer session. See WITHDRAWALS or contact the Records Office.


Halloween costume contest at Honolulu CC.

Fall 2014 Late Registration and Add/Drop Calendar (See https://myuh.hawaii.edu for updates) Please note that Refund and Drop/Withdrawal dates are different for classes that meet on dates other than the main session below. See FALL REFUNDS or check with the Records Office for details.

Fall 2014 Session: August 25 - December 19 Aug 18-21 Aug 23

Saturday Registration Office Hours 8:30-11:30 a.m. (Bookstore open 9 a.m.-1 p.m.)

Aug 25-28

Extended Late Registration Office Hours till 6:00 p.m. (Bookstore open 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Jan. 13-15; and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. on Jan. 16)

Aug 25-29

L ATE REGISTRATION Period, $30 fee ADD PERIOD for open classes only, $5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)

Aug 25-Oct 30

DROP PERIOD, $5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions) 1

Aug 29

Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a 100% Tuition Refund, $5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions) 1, 2

Sept 15

L ast day to Drop/Withdraw with 50% Tuition Refund, $5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions) 1, 2 Last day to Drop/Withdraw without a “W” grade on Academic Record 1

Sept 16

No Refund for Drop/Withdraw

Oct 30

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Extended Registration Office Hours till 6:00 p.m. (Bookstore open 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Jan. 6-10)

DROP PERIOD ENDS. Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a “W” grade on Academic Record 1

Refund dates are different for classes that are NOT semester-length. See REFUNDS or the Business Office.

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On Federal Holidays, classes scheduled on Military Bases and labs associated with Military-Base classes will not meet. On State Holidays and recesses, classes scheduled at other facilities will not meet.

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Important Information

Important Information: 1. Changes: Honolulu CC reserves the right at any time to change, delete, supplement or otherwise amend the information, requirements and policies contained or related to this Registration Guide.

2. No Show Policy:

MySuccess is a new academic support tool that students can access via MyUH Portal & Laulima. Login today to see services and support available on campus. For more information visit the website at honolulu.hawaii.edu and click on MySuccess.

MySuccess: MySuccess is a student tracking and support system that is used by all UHCC campuses to provide a comprehensive support network built for student success. MySuccess is located within MyUH Portal and Laulima and can be accessed by clicking on the UHCC MySuccess tab at the top of the page. Students are kept informed of academic progress by “flags” that instructors can raise to let students know that they may need additional support in the class. Instructors can also raise “kudos” to congratulate students on their success. It is important to note that flags and kudos are not grades or permanent records. Information received via MySuccess will not show up on official transcripts. MySuccess CONNECT provides an easy and efficient way to connect students with additional resources on campus that support academic achievement. As part of a success strategy, appointments can now be made with academic counselors. Simply click on ‘Schedule Online’ to access availability and select an appointment type. Express Counseling and regular appointments are offered by Honolulu Community College Academic Counselors. For more information on the types of services covered by each, please refer to the website at honolulu.hawaii.edu and click on the MySuccess link on the top of the page.

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Enrolled students must attend at least one of the first two classes of the semester. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the instructor of anticipated or unavoidable absences. The instructor has the option and authority to drop students who are absent for the first two periods if there are other students waiting to enter the class. Students should not assume they will be dropped if they do not attend the first two days of class. Distance Education Students: Students registered in Distance Education courses must communicate to the instructor by the end of the second day of the semester; otherwise, they may be dropped by the instructor to make room for other students waiting to enroll in the class. It is the student's responsibility to notify the instructor of anticipated or unavoidable absences.

3. Disappearer Policy: Students who have ceased to attend class or never attended class and do not officially drop the class are considered “DISAPPEARERS,“ and MAY RECEIVE AN “F” if classes are not officially dropped by the deadline. A student who has a justifiable reason for dropping a class must do so before the deadline date. Distance Education Students: Students registered in Distance Education courses who have ceased to communicate or never communicated with their instructor since the first day of the semester and do not officially drop the class are also considered "DISAPPEARERS,” and MAY RECEIVE AN “F” if classes are not officially dropped by the deadline. A student who has a justifiable reason for not communicating with an instructor must notify the Instructor or Division Chair or Program Dean. A student who has a justifiable reason for dropping a class must do so before the deadline.

4. Canceled Classes: Classes may be canceled during and after registration for insufficient enrollment. Notices will be placed in classrooms on the first day of instruction. Check Class Availability at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/ registration.


Summer Tuition & Fees

SUMMER Sessions Get a jump start on English and Math classes below the 100-level at special tuition rates this summer!

Summer Session: Summer Tuition & Fees The Payment Deadline for all Summer Registrations is May 12, 2014, 4:00 p.m. HST. Students who do not pay by May 12, 2014, may have their registration canceled. Schedule of Summer Tuition and Fees: Resident Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $248 / credit Non-Resident Tuition. . . . . . . . . . . $357 / credit Pacific Islander Tuition. . . . . . . . . . $302.50 / credit Add/Drop Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5 Dishonored Check Charge . . . . . . $25 Telecourse Fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $22 Non-Resident Application Fee . . $25

Special Summer Tuition Rates for Developmental English and Math Courses Below the 100-level: Resident Tuition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $106 / credit Non-Resident Tuition. . . . . . . . . . . $304 / credit Pacific Islander Tuition. . . . . . . . . . $159 / credit

Courses with Special Summer Tuition Rates include: ENG: 19, 22 MATH: 9, 24, 25, 50 (Visit the Honolulu CC Class Availability website at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/registration for updates.)

Summer Refunds The refund period shall be 20% of the instructional period. The instructional period includes all calendar days beginning from the first day of instruction and ending on the last day of instruction. No refunds will be made for courses where the instructional period is 10 days or less, except before the first day of the term. Refunds for credit courses that are not semester long shall be as follows: 100% Refund for complete withdrawal only if made before the first day of the term. 50% Refund for complete withdrawal or change in status or tuition rate if made on or after the first day of the term, but on or before the end of the refund period as defined above unless otherwise stipulated by Federal regulations. A 100% refund will be granted if the College cancels a class.

Summer Veterans Benefits Veterans who plan to enroll for the Summer Term should contact the VA Counselor Scot Parry at sparry@ hawaii.edu or 845-9172.

Summer Parking: Parking permits are not required during the Summer Sessions. Honolulu Community College 2014

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Fall Tuition & Fees

Fall Tuition and Fees: Resident Tuition (Per Semester) *

Non-resident Tuition (Per Semester) *

Tuition

$ 114 / credit

Tuition

$ 316 / credit

Activity Fee

$ 0.50 - $ 5

Activity Fee

$ 0.50 - $ 5

Publication Fee

$5

Publication Fee

$5

Student Life Fee

$5

Student Life Fee

$5

* Textbooks, tools and supplies are additional costs.

Fall Payment Receipt Deadlines: All students are required to pay tuition and fees by the deadlines below. Student billing statements are now available on the MyUH Portal website at https://myuh.hawaii.edu. The University does not mail billing statements for unpaid balances. Students who cannot pay in full by the deadlines and have an unpaid balance of $300.00 or more, have the option to enroll in the Payment Plan (see PAYMENT PLAN for payment options). For Students Registered or Enrolled:

The Payment Deadline is:

April 14, 2014 – July 25, 2014, 4:00 p.m.

July 25, 2014 by 4:00 p.m. HST Payment must be RECEIVED or students must enroll in the Payment Plan by this deadline, otherwise registration may be cancelled. For re-registration procedures, check with the Records Office. Students awarded financial aid should check with their primary home campus financial aid office for special payment instructions.

After July 25, 2014, 4:00 p.m. Full payment is required. Students who do not pay in full and have not enrolled in the Payment Plan must disenroll by the deadline (see LATE REGISTRATION AND ADD/DROP CALENDAR).

For Payment and Refund dates at the different campuses, visit www.myuhinfo.hawaii.edu/page/payment For Refund and Withdrawal procedures, check with the campus offering the course.

Financial Obligations: All library fines, parking citations, and other financial obligations within the UH System must be paid or “cleared” prior to registration. Students should check their registration status at https://myuh.hawaii.edu for any holds which prevent registration. Students who fail to remit payment when due, agree to pay University of Hawaii all reasonable costs for collection, to include collection agency, attorney’s and court fees. Copies of the delinquent financial obligations policy and procedures are available for inspection at the campus Business Office.

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Fall Payment Methods Other Fees: • Childcare Fee: For information about current fees and payment schedule, please call 845-9466. There is a $150 comprehensive fee to hold a child’s space in the program after Notification of Acceptance. A semester fee payable in four installments is charged. Children may not be allowed to continue if fees are not paid according to the payment schedule. To inquire about financial aid for child care expenses, contact the Financial Aid Office at 845-9116. • Credit by Examination: The charge is equivalent to the per credit tuition for the course. (Based on the prevailing tuition and fee schedule.) • Dishonored Checks: $25 will be assessed for each returned check. • Duplicate Class Schedule/Bill: $2 • Graduation Fee: A $15.00 graduation fee ($15 extra for a Hawaiian Language diploma) is payable at the time students submit Application for Graduation. • Non-Resident Application Fee: $25 per application. (non-refundable, non-transferable) • Registration - Add or Drop Class Fee: $5 is charged each time a student adds or drops classes in person except when replacing a canceled class. There is no fee for adding or dropping courses online. (See LATE REGISTRATION AND ADD/DROP CALENDAR) • Registration - Late Registration Fee: $30 will be assessed for students registering during the Late Registration period (August 25-29, 2014) • Telecourse fee: $22 is added to cover copyright licensing. • T  ranscript Fee: $5 for regular processing or $15 for 24-hour rush processing. Transcripts are no longer required for transfer within the UH System. (Additional fees are charged for international postage.)

Fall Payment Methods: Students may use the following methods to pay for tuition and fees: • C  redit and Debit card payments can be made via the MyUH Portal website. • C  heck payments can be mailed to the Honolulu CC Business Office. Checks should be made out to the “University of Hawai‘i” and include the Student’s Banner ID number to ensure proper crediting to account. There will be a $25 service charge for each dishonored check. Allow a minimum of 5 days for delivery prior to the deadline.

Honolulu Community College Business Office 874 Dillingham Boulevard Honolulu, Hawaii 96817-4598 • C  ash, check, and debit card payments can be made in person at any UH Cashier’s Office. The Honolulu CC Cashier’s Office is located on the first floor of Building 6. • A  mericorp: Students may submit Voucher and Payment Request Form to the Honolulu CC Financial Aid Office after registering but no later than 10 working days before the payment deadline. The completed form will be forwarded to Americorp for payment processing. • T hird Party Contracts: Third party tuition payments (e.g. Alu Like, Vocational Rehabilitation, armed forces branch, State of Hawaii Department of Education, etc.), will be posted to the student’s account before payment deadlines if received at least 5 working days before deadline. If the Honolulu CC Business Office does not receive a letter of financial guarantee, purchase order, or authorization letter from the sponsor at least 5 working days prior to the payment deadline, students must pay for their own tuition and fees. Upon payment from the sponsor, the University will process a refund. Students are responsible for paying any unpaid balance. Failure to do so will result in sanctions for outstanding financial obligations imposed on the account. For questions or to confirm that sponsor has met University billing requirements, please call (808) 845-9102. Account information will be displayed on MyUH Portal. Login and select “Academic Services” and “Review My Charges/Make an Online Payment”. There is a $2 fee for a duplicate Class Schedule/Bill. Payments will be applied to outstanding balances first, even if the charge is for a previous term. Students who have not paid for their tuition and/ or fees by July 25, 2014 by 4:00 p.m. HST and are not enrolled in a Payment Plan may be disenrolled from registration for non-payment. (See PAYMENT PLAN in the section that follows for more information.) Students are responsible for dropping any class that they do not want to be registered in. (See FALL PAYMENT RECEIPT DEADLINES for payment options.) Students disenrolled due to non-payment of tuition and fees may re-register based on class availability. See FALL PAYMENT RECEIPT DEADLINES for the next payment deadline.

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Fall Payment Methods

Fall Payment Instructions for Students Receiving Financial Aid from the UH

Most students are eligible to apply for Federal Financial Aid at Honolulu CC. Check out www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/finaid, 808-845-9116, Building 6, 1st Floor for more information.

Tuition Assistance: For students with tuition assistance, the appropriate document e.g., Purchase Order; Letter of Authorization; Eligibility Forms, etc. must be presented at least five (5) working days before the deadline.

Veteran’s Benefits: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs approves applications and makes decisions about eligibility, payments and issuance of checks. Visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website http://www. gibill.va.gov/ for more information. Honolulu CC’s new VA Counselor, Scot Parry (8459172), is available to assist students with any questions concerning their VA educational benefits. Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33): Chapter 33 payments for tuition and fees are paid directly to the University. Refunds due to changes in registration after the first day of the term will be sent to the student. Refunds due to non-attendance will be sent to VA. If funds are returned to the VA because the student did not officially withdraw from the University, the student will be responsible for all tuition and fee charges incurred. Military Spouse Career Advancement Accounts (MyCAA) and GoArmyEd: MyCAA and GoArmyEd payments are paid directly to the University. Students must bring or send a copy of the approved Financial Assistance Form to the campus business/cashier’s office for each term registered, at least 5 working days prior to the payment receipt deadline. This will ensure that an invoice is sent and grades are posted for classes registered for. If the MyCAA or GoArmyEd programs do not make a tuition payment for any reason after being billed by the University, the student will be responsible for paying any unpaid balances on the student account.

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Students awarded financial aid before the tuition payment deadline will have their classes held. If awarded financial aid, the student’s aid will be credited to their student account no sooner than 10 day before the first day of each semester. Please refer to the “What You Should Know About Your Financial Aid Award Offer” document for details. Per Federal regulations, Federal Financial Aid Awards can only pay for the student’s home campus’ tuition, student activity fees, and publications fees. Honolulu Community College students must pay on their own, any tuition and fees incurred for courses registered at another campus. Once aid is credited to a student account, the funds will be applied to all applicable tuition and fees. If there is a balance after applying the aid to all applicable tuition and fees, the remaining funds will be refunded to the student by check. Checks are mailed via U.S. Postal Service. As an option, students can have their refunds electronically deposited into a designated account by signing up for an eRefund. To sign up for an eRefund, go to the MyUH Portal website and click on “Sign up for eRefund.” Mailing Address for Refund Checks: To ensure that refund checks are mailed to the correct address, students need to update their current mailing address online through MyUH Portal as all refund checks will be mailed to the address in the following priority: 1. Mailing Address 2. Permanent Address (if Mailing Address is null or expired). Note: Permanent address corrections must be submitted in writing to the Honolulu Community College Records Office. Students who do not plan to attend Honolulu CC must notify the Financial Aid Office in writing AND drop all courses before the first day of the semester. Students who fail to do so will be liable for any charges incurred and will be responsible for any financial aid disbursed including funds refunded to the student. • S tudents withdrawing completely before the first day of the semester will need to return all aid disbursed by the University. • S tudents withdrawing completely on or after the first day of the semester should refer to the “What You Should Know About Your Financial Aid Award Offer” for additional information. • S tudents should check their financial aid status for any missing documents that may delay financial aid by logging on to MyUH Portal, then selecting Financial Aid.


Fall Payment Plan Fall Payment Plan: Students who cannot pay in full by July 25, 2014, 4:00 p.m. HST, and have an unpaid balance of $300.00 or more, have the option to enroll in the Payment Plan. Students who do not wish to enroll in the Payment Plan, should drop all classes before August 25, 2014 to avoid incurring financial charges. Important information about the Payment Plan: • T he Payment Plan is available only for the fall and spring terms. There is no installment payment plan for summer terms. • A  $30 non-refundable fee per student per semester per plan, is accessed to participate. • S tudents must be registered for the current semester to sign up for the payment plan. Continuing students who have past due charges on their account from a previous semester, will have those charges included in the total amount of the Payment Plan. Any payment will be applied toward past due charges first. • O  nce enrolled in the payment plan, students are expected to pay all financial charges incurred and will not be dis-enrolled from classes. • e  Check or eSavings payments to the University of Hawai‘i and returned from the maker’s bank for any reason (e.g. insufficient funds, closed bank account, incorrect bank information) will result in a $25.00 returned payment charge. DO NOT issue

a STOP PAYMENT. A stop payment is a returned payment, it is not acknowledged as an official drop from courses or withdrawal from the University. Students should drop all classes before August 25, 2014 to avoid incurring financial charges. • S tudents who fail to make full payment for any reason (e.g. insufficient funds, closed credit card, closed bank account) by the end of all scheduled payments will: 1) be dis-enrolled from the payment plan; 2) have a financial hold placed on their student account, and 3) be notified that full payment must be received within 15 days or sanctions will be imposed. If full payment is not received, the student’s account may be referred to a collection agency and other sanctions as defined in University of Hawaii Administrative Rules, Chapter 20-10 (http://www.hawaii.edu/offices/bor/ adminrules/chapter10.pdf) will be imposed. • A  ll financial aid and scholarships received by the University shall be applied in full to a student’s account balance at the time of receipt, and the student’s remaining payments in the plan will be reduced. • T he Payment Plan is not available to students whose account has been referred to a collection agency for unpaid balances from prior semesters. • T o view UH FAQs for Student eCommerce services, visit http://myuhinfo.hawaii.edu/object/paymentfaq

University of Hawaii Fall Installment Payment Plan * • Continuing Students may sign up for the Fall 2014 Payment Plan beginning July 1, 2014. • New, Re-admit and Transfer Students may sign up after registering for Fall classes. Plan

Enrollment Dates

Required Down Payment

Remaining Payments

Installment Due Dates

Fall 2014 4-month Plan

July 1, 2014 – July 25, 2014 (4:00 p.m. HST)

25%

3

Sept. 3 Sept. 26 Oct. 24

Fall 2014 3-month Plan

July 26, 2014 – Sept. 3, 2014 (4:00 p.m. HST)

33.33%

2

Sept. 26 Oct. 24

Fall 2014 2-month Plan

Sept. 4, 2014 – Sept. 26, 2014 (4:00 p.m. HST)

50%

1

Oct. 24

* Go to www.myuhinfo.hawaii.edu/object/paymentfaq to view Payment Plan FAQs.

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Fall Refunds

Fall Refunds: Students withdrawing completely from Honolulu CC, full-time students changing to part-time status, and part-time students reducing their credit load are eligible for refunds if completed within the Drop/Withdraw deadlines below. Refunds of less than $1.00 will not be made.

Tuition & Special Course Fees Refunds: 1. R  efunds for Regular Academic Semester Credit Classes: Unless otherwise stipulated by Federal regulations, the following tuition refund schedule applies to Regular Academic Semester Credit Classes which begin the week of August 25, 2014, and end during the Evaluation Period December 13-19, 2014. 100% of tuition refunded through

August 29, 2014

50% of tuition refunded through

September 15, 2014

No refund

September 16, 2014 and thereafter

Activity Fee, Publication Fee, & Student Life Fee Refunds: A 100% refund will be made if a complete withdrawal is done on or before the last day of Late Registration (Add Period), August 29, 2014. Refund checks for Regular Academic Semester classes which begin the week of August 25-29, 2014, will be processed beginning September 16, 2014.

2. Refunds for Continuing Education, Summer Session, and other Short-Term Classes: Unless otherwise stipulated by Federal regulations, the following refund schedule applies to: • S hort-term classes: Fall 2014 Academic credit classes that either do not start the week of August 25-29, 2014 and/or do not end the week of December 13-19, 2014. • C  ontinuing Education credit classes, including classes offered by the Off-Campus Education Program • Summer Session credit classes The Refund Period shall be 20% of the instructional period. The instructional period includes all calendar days beginning from the first day of instruction and ending on the last day of instruction. No refunds will be made for courses where the instructional period is 10 days or less, except before the first day of the term. Refunds for credit courses that are not semester length shall be as follows: 100% of tuition refunded

For complete withdrawal only if made on or before the last day of Late Registration (Add Period) as established at each institution.

50% of tuition refunded

For complete withdrawal or change in status or tuition rate if made after the Late Registration period (Add Period), but on or before the end of the Refund Period as defined above, unless otherwise stipulated by federal regulations.

eRefunds are fast and easy! Why wait for refund checks in the mail? Sign up online to have refunds deposited directly into bank account. 1. Go to www.hawaii.edu 2. Click on “Access MyUH” and log in with UH username and password. 3. Click on “Sign up for eRefund” to access the Student Account home page. 4. Select “Refunds” tab. 5. C  lick on “Payment Profile” to set up a refund account. Designate an existing bank account or add a new bank account to accept eRefunds. For more information or assistance email billpayment-l@hawaii.edu, or phone 845-9140.

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Fall Parking

Helping hands make a difference!

Fall Parking Parking regulations will be provided at registration upon request from the Cashier's Office and are also posted online at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/parking. There are a limited number of student parking spaces available. Parking Lot locations may be found on the back cover of this Guide or at www.honolulu. hawaii.edu/map.

Please be aware that construction activity will continue through the Fall 2014 semester. As a result, parking is limited. It is highly recommended that students arrive to campus well before their classes, appointments, or meetings begin.

Student Parking Permits: 1. S  tudent Parking Sign Up (Lots 1, 3, 7 & 8) Permits will be sold to students through a sign up system. To qualify, a student must have registered and have successfully completed the Student Parking Sign Up form (available at www.honolulu. hawaii.edu/parking) by August 7, 2014. Students will receive immediate confirmation via email after signing up. Permits will be sold beginning August 11, 2014 at the Cashier’s Office 8 a.m.-4 p.m. 2. All students are eligible to purchase any remaining permits (Lots 1, 3, 7, & 8), if available, beginning August 11, 2014, on a space available basis. 3. S  tudents attending Evening/Saturday classes are encouraged to purchase Evening/Saturday Parking Permits and park on campus in studentdesignated lots, particularly at night or during heavy traffic hours. Off-Campus parking (on both sides of the canal along Kokea Street and throughout the surrounding neighborhood) is on poorly lit and isolated streets. 4. M  otorcycle Parking Permits are required for motorcycle parking on campus. Parking is restricted to designated areas in Lots 2 and 3.

5. D  isability Parking: Use of student disability parking stalls requires that students purchase a student parking permit. Students must present their Disability Parking IDs, completed Disability Parking Request Forms, and Parking Application Forms to the Cashier’s Office with their parking payment. Disability Parking Request Forms are available at the Student ACCESS Office and Cashier’s Office. If disability parking stalls are occupied, parking is permitted in any marked parking stall on campus. Student disability parking expires when the Disability Parking ID expires or when the semester ends, whichever comes first. For more information on disability services, visit www.hawaii.edu/disability or call 844-2392 (voice/ text).

Parking Permit Fees: The Parking Permit Fees below are non-refundable. Student Permits

$20

Motorcycle Permits (Lots 2, 3)

$1.50

Evening Permits (3 p.m.-10 p.m.) and Saturday Permit

$7

When purchasing permits students must: a. Have paid their tuition and fees IN FULL or enrolled in a Payment Plan; b. Present Driver’s license; c. Present Vehicle registration; d. Present Proof of Insurance coverage; and, e. For disability parking, present official and valid State of Hawai‘i Disability Parking ID Card.

Parking citations will be issued to all vehicles without valid parking permits parked in permit areas beginning August 25, 2014. For more PARKING information, refer to the website at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/parking. Honolulu Community College Fall 2014

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Fall Final Exams

Final Exam Schedule for Fall 2014 * (1) Locate class in boxes below based on class meeting day/time. (2) This is Exam Day u (3) This is Exam Time q 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00

Monday December 15

Tuesday December 16

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 8:30-9:45

Class time 8:30-9:45

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 11:30-12:45

Class time 11:30-12:45

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 2:30-3:45

Class time 2:30-3:45

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 5:30-6:45

Class time 5:30-6:45

Wednesday December 17

Thursday December 18

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 7:00-8:15

Class time 7:00-8:15

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 10:00-11:15

Class time 10:00-11:15

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 1:00-2:15

Class time 1:00-2:15

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 4:00-5:15

Class time 4:00-5:15

MW Classes

TTh Classes

Class time 7:00-8:15

Class time 7:00-8:15

6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 12:00 12:30 1:00 1:30 2:00 2:30 3:00 3:30 4:00 4:30 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00

* See class syllabus for further details on exam date and time. Maximum exam times are shown above, however actual times may vary. Final Exams and Final Evaluations/Conferences for full semester-length classes are scheduled during the Evaluation Period (December 13-19, 2014). December 12, 2014 is a Study Period (no classes).

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ENG Sequence This chart illustrates the sequence of English courses offered at Honolulu CC. Enter English at the level determined by Placement Test, courses taken at Honolulu CC, or courses transferred. Honolulu CC Placement Policy: Students who place below ENG 22 based on ACT Compass placement test scores, are required to enroll in Essentials classes in their first semester at Honolulu CC. Students who place into any Reading or Writing Essentials class, must complete the necessary Essentials course sequence before advancing to ENG 22 or 60.

WRITING ESSENTIALS

READING ESSENTIALS

ENG 19 (Writing Essentials II)

ENG 18 (Reading Essentials II)

ENG 21 (Developmental Reading)

ENG 60 1 (Technical Writing)

ENG 22 1

(Intro Expos Writing)

Students may take ENG 21 with ENG 22/60.

ESL 23 1 (Intro Expos Writing NNS)

ENG 100 2 (Composition I)

ENG 201 WI 3 (Creative Writing)

ENG 209 WI 3 (Bus & Managerial Wrtg)

ENG 210 WI 3 (Writing Term Papers)

ENG 250-299 WI 3 (Literature) Revised 3/3/14

Notes:

Placement in ENG 22/60 or ESL 23 or higher, exempts students from Reading Essentials and Writing Essentials.

 ccelerated ENG 100 with ENG 100S provides an opportunity for students who place into ENG 22/60 to complete A ENG 100 in one semester.

E NG 201-299 are Writing Intensive (WI) courses. A grade of “C� or higher is required in ENG 100 to enroll in 200-level English courses.

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ESL Sequence

This chart illustrates the sequence of ESL and ICE courses offered at Honolulu CC for non-native students. Enter at the level determined by Placement Test, courses taken at Honolulu CC, or courses transferred.

NON-CREDIT COURSES

CREDIT COURSES

Introduction to College English (ICE)

English as a Second Language (ESL)

ICE 3

ICE 4

ICE 5

LEVEL 1

ICE 6

ESL 3 (9) ESL 4 (3)

LEVEL 2

ESL 20 (6)

ESL 13 (9) ESL 14 (3)

ESL 23 (3) 1

ESL 24 (3) 2

ENG 100 (3) 3

Revised 3/3/14

Level 1 Notes:

Level 2 Notes:

ESL 3 (9): College Reading/Writing Skills I

ESL 13 (9): College Reading/Writing Skills II

ESL 4 (3): Grammar I

ESL 14 (3): Grammar II

ESL 20 (6): College Reading/Writing Skills *

ESL 20 (6): College Reading/Writing Skills *

ESL 23 (3): 1

ESL 24 (3):

2

Introduction to Expository Writing for Non-Native Speakers Grammar III

ENG 100 (3): Composition I

3

* Special class for both ESL 3 and ESL 13 students requiring more study time in those courses.

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MATH Sequence

This chart illustrates the sequence of Math courses offered at Honolulu CC. Enter Math at the level determined by Placement Test, courses taken at Honolulu CC, or courses transferred. Honolulu CC Placement Policy: Students who place below MATH 24 based on ACT Compass placement test scores, are required to enroll in the MATH Essentials class in their first semester at Honolulu CC.

MATH ESSENTIALS MATH 9 (Formerly MATH 20B,C,D or MATH 98M) MATH 53 (Tech-Occup Math)

MATH 24 (Elem. Algebra I)

MATH 50 (Technical Math I)

MATH 37 (MyQuantway I) MATH 25 (Elem. Algebra II)

MATH 197 (Technical Math II) Terminal

TRANSFER Students who complete MATH 100/111/115 without an algebra class, place into MATH 25.

MATH 203 (Calculus for Business and Social Sciences

MATH 115 (Statistics)

MATH 103 (College Algebra)

TRACK MATH 100 (Survey of MATH)

Terminal

Terminal

MATH 111 (Math for Elementary Teacher)

MATH 100Q (MyQuantway II) Terminal

MATH 135 (Pre-Calculus: Elem. Functions)

MATH 140 (Pre-Calculus: Trig & Analytic Geometry) Notes on Courses:

MATH 205 (Calculus I)

MATH 206 (Calculus II)

+

“CR” grade is required in MATH 9 to progress.

MATH 206L (Calculus Computer Lab)

“C” grade or higher is required in other MATH to progress

MATH 231 (Calculus III)

MATH 232 (Calculus IV) Revised 3/12/14

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Program Counselors

Counselors are available to assist students with academic planning, placement scores, graduation checks, and strategies to assist with academic success. Information about course placement, course waiver/substitution, credit by exam, transfer, course sequencing, prerequisites, and registration is also provided. Students are encouraged to see a counselor at least once each semester. Stop by Building 6, 1st Floor, or call 845-9129 for more information. Appointments can now be made online via MySuccess. Please visit honolulu.hawaii.edu/counseling for details.

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PROGRAM

COUNSELOR

Carpentry Technology (CARP) Cosmetology (COSM) Fashion Technology (FT)

Erica Balbag-Gerard ebalbag@hawaii.edu 845-9401

Aeronautics Maintenance Technology (AERO) Early Childhood Education (ECED) Human Services (HSER) Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair (VESL)

Visit the Counseling Office Bldg, 6, 1st floor or call 845-9129

Hawaiian Studies (HWST) Liberal Arts (LBART) Music & Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) Natural Sciences (ASNS) Running Start and Early Admit

Jean Maslowski maslowsk@hawaii.edu 845-9278

Bridge to Hope Hawaiian Studies (HWST) Jump Start Liberal Arts (LBART) Natural Sciences (ASNS)

Maggie Templeton mtemplet@hawaii.edu 845-9137

Administration of Justice (AJ) Architectural Engineering and CAD Technology (AEC) Construction Management (CMGT) Fire and Environmental Emergency Response (FIRE) Occupational and Environmental Safety Management (OESM)

Marilynn Ito-Won marilynn.ito-won@hawaii.edu 845-9218

Commercial Aviation (AVIT) Computing, Electronics, and Networking Technology (CENT) Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology (EIMT) Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology (SMP)

Rona Wong ronawong@hawaii.edu 845-9228

Applied Trades (APTR) Communication Arts (CA) Veterans’ Liaison

Scot Parry sparry@hawaii.edu 845-9172

Auto Body Repair and Painting (ABRP) Automotive Technology (AMT) Diesel Mechanics Technology (DISL) Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology (RAC) Welding Technology (WELD)

Shanon Miho smiho@hawaii.edu 847-9837

CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT CENTER Career Counseling

Silvan Chung silvan@hawaii.edu 845-9404

CAREER AND EMPLOYMENT CENTER Job Placement

Carol Kagimoto carolmk@hawaii.edu 845-9207

MENTAL HEALTH WELLNESS SERVICE

Kimberley Gallant gallantk@hawaii.edu 845-9180

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Registration Worksheet

Registration Worksheets by CRN Honolulu Community College Website: www.honolulu.hawaii.edu • Phone: (808) 845-9211

NAME

SEMESTER

MAJOR

Registration Worksheets by CRN CRN

CR

COURSE SUBJECT

DAYS NO.

TIME START

END

LOCATION BLDG ROOM

END

LOCATION BLDG ROOM

1. 2.

CUT HERE

3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Total Credit Hrs.

CRN

CR

COURSE SUBJECT

DAYS NO.

TIME START

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Total Credit Hrs.

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Registration Worksheet

Registration Worksheet by Days/Times Honolulu Community College Website: www.honolulu.hawaii.edu • Phone: (808) 845-9211

NAME

SEMESTER

MAJOR

Registration Worksheet by Days and Times Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.

10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

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CUT HERE

9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.


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HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE • OFF- CAMPUS SITES MAP

Off-Campus Sites

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Pacific Aerospace Training Center (Commercial Aviation) Kalaeloa Airport, Hangar 111 91-1259 Midway Road Kapolei, HI 96707

Occupational and Environmental Safety Management 9 [K3] PCATT 2 [G5] Records 6 [J7] Refrigeration & AC 14 [N6] Science 5 [I7] Security 4B [F8] Sheet Metal Shop 17 [I5] Student Access 5 [H7] Student Gov. (ASUH-HCC) 2[G5]

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Architectural, Engineering & CAD Technologies 2 [G5] Art, Communication Arts 2 [G5] Auto Body 3 [D7] Automotive [Off Campus] Berlin Freedom Monument [H4] Bookstore 2 [G5] Business Office/Cashier 6 [J7] Cafeteria 4A [G7] Campus Center 2 [G5]

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OFF CAMPUS SITES: Airport Training Center (Aeronautics Maintenance Technology) 140 Iako Place, Bldg. 52 Honolulu, HI 96819 © Honolulu Community College, 07/16/2013

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