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UH System

Founded in 1907 as one campus, the University of Hawai'i (UH) today is a statewide system of 10 campuses and more than 70 sites for research, extension, and learning throughout the state of Hawai'i. The ten UH campuses offer certificates and degrees at the associate, bachelors, masters, professional, and doctoral levels as well as short-term programs.

As a public system of higher education, we offer students geographically accessible entry points, flexibility to move within the system, a broad range of disciplines, and coordinated academic pathways. A student might begin studying at one campus and complete a degree at another campus.