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Hawai‘i CC to Hold Enrollment Workshops

July 20, 2016, 12:15 PM HST
* Updated July 21, 6:29 AM
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A rendering of Hawai'i Community College's Palamanui Campus. File image courtesy of UH.

A rendering of Hawai’i Community College’s Palamanui Campus. File image courtesy of UH.

Hawai‘i Community College’s Express Admissions Day enrollment workshops, which will be held on Thursday, July 28, from 4 to 8 p.m. at Hawai‘i CC’s Hilo campus and the campus in Kona, will help prospective students navigate the enrollment process.

Attendees can complete an application, receive their student number, and learn about other key steps, such as orientation and class registration.

Students can also apply online at hawaii.hawaii.edu.

The deadline to apply for the fall semester at Hawai‘i CC in Hilo and Hawai‘i Community College – Pālamanui in Kona is Monday, Aug.1.

Classes start Aug. 22.

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Hawai‘i CC offers associate degrees and certificates in 26 academic programs. Students can gain knowledge and skills that will prepare them for rewarding careers, and they can also prepare to transfer to four-year universities.

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“Pursuing a college degree or certificate is a game-changer in achieving a rewarding and fulfilling career, not to mention the positive impacts a highly educated graduate can bring to the prosperity of Hawai‘i Island,” said Hawai‘i CC Chancellor Rachel Solemsaas. “With our open door admissions policy, lower tuition rates, high-quality instruction, and unique programs, Hawai‘i Community College provides excellent opportunities for students to fulfill their dreams.”

For more information about applying or about Express Admissions Day, visit hawaii.hawaii.edu or call the Hawai‘i CC Information Center at 934-2800.

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