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Hawai’i CC – Pālamanui Prepares for Opening

July 31, 2015, 1:52 PM HST
* Updated July 31, 1:53 PM
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The University of Hawai’i Center, West Hawai’i in Kealakekua will begin its transition over to its new campus, Hawai’i Community College – Pālamanui located in North Kona.

During the transition, the school will undergo a variety of temporary changes and go through a series of important dates prior to the Fall semester beginning.

Monday, Aug. 3: Officer of Student Services, Business Office, the Library/Learning Center, and Administration at the Kealakekua location will be closed. The Placement Testing Center will remain open at the Kealakehe location through Aug. 14, aside from the closure on Monday.

Monday, Aug. 10: Pālamanui Student Services will be operational via phone and e-mail only. Call 969-8816 or e-mail [email protected].

Thursday, Aug. 13: Mandatory new student orientation at Kealakekua. Reservations must be made.

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Monday, Aug. 17: Pālamanui Student Services will be operational. Students without an appointment must call 969-8816 before arriving on campus.

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Tuesday, Aug. 18: Mandatory new student orientation at Pālamanui. Reservations must be made.

Monday, Aug. 24: First day of instruction for Fall semester at Hawai’i Community College– Pālamanui.

Students who need Placement Testing Services before registering for classes should still go to the Kealakekua location. Appointments can be made by calling 969-8830.

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To learn more about the transition or to find out moving dates for additional offices, call the corresponding Hilo office at one of the following numbers:

Admissions and Records: 934-2710

Business Office: 934-2740

Counseling and Advising: 934-2720

Financial Aid: 934-2712

Ha’awi Kokua: 934-2825

UH-Hilo Bookstore: 932-7394

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