Located near downtown Honolulu with additional facilities for aeronautic, marine, automotive and heavy equipment programs, Honolulu Community College offers a strong liberal arts curriculum in addition to a wide range of career and technical degree and certificate programs as well as non-credit options.
Areas of Excellence
Degree offerings include pathways in Hawaiian studies and natural sciences, as well as specialized career and technical programs like fashion technology, music and entertainment learning experience and welding technology.
Honolulu Community College offers classes at the main campus, close to downtown Honolulu in the historical Kapālama ahupuaʻa, and at specialized facilities on other parts of the island.
Honolulu Community College serves the Pacific Region as the primary technical training center in areas such as transportation, industrial and engineering technology, information technology, public and human services and communications.
The college serves as the hub for apprenticeship training on Oʻahu in various construction and mechanical trades in addition to the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard.
Fast Facts about Honolulu Community College
- Undergraduate: 3,069
Student to Faculty Ratio*
* fall 2021
Age and Gender*
- Average age: 24.5 years old
- Men: 69.1%
- Women: 27.6%
* full-time students
- Full-time: 26.7%
- Part-time: 73.3%
Pell Grant Recipients*
* of eligible, full-time students awarded Fall 2020
Student Diversity (full-time students)
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