Summer Session Tuition

The summer session tuition schedule provided here is for convenience and does not constitute an official declaration of University of Hawai‘i tuition information. Each summer session tuition schedule will be announced in the preceding spring semester.

For official tuition schedules refer to the UH Executive Policies on Tuition.

Tuition schedule

Regular Semester | Summer Session

PCH = Per Credit Hour, FT = Full Time, NA = Not Applicable

Summer 20141
Resident Non-Res
PCH FT PCH FT
UH Manoa      
   Undergraduate 381 NA 381 NA
   Graduate 514 NA 514 NA
   Graduate Business2 764 NA 764 NA
   Graduate Education (EdD) 566 NA 1297 NA
   Graduate Nursing 811 NA 811 NA
   Law - JD 764 NA 764 NA
   Law - LLM 1529 NA 1529 NA
       
UH Hilo        
   Undergraduate 258 NA 366 NA
   Graduate 514 NA 514 NA
   Graduate Nursing 635 NA 1269 NA
       
UH West O‘ahu 254 NA 366 NA
       
UH Community Colleges3
(Summer, Special Term, Customized)
248 NA 357 NA
 

NOTES:

- At all campuses, tuition is not charged for credit courses that are subsidized under contractual agreements.

- In accordance with University concurrent enrollment policy, students enrolling at multiple institutions/campuses during the same term pay the applicable rate at each campus.

- Professional fees may be required for seleced undergraduate programs. See respective campuse programs for details.

1Pacific Islander rates at UH Hilo ($312), UH West O‘ahu ($310), and the UH Community Colleges ($302.50) are calculated at the midpoint between the resident and nonresident rates. Likewise, WUE rates at UH Hilo ($312), UH West O‘ahu ($310), and Maui College ($302.50) are calculated at the midpoint between the resident and nonresident rates. Pacific Islander and WUE rates at UH Mānoa follow the resident/nonresident summer rates published in this schedule.

2Master's degrees offered in executive format by the Shidler College of Business charge the resident tuition established here (plus additional fees).

3These rates do not apply to: 1) any credit course offered throughout the academic year for which a General Fund appropriation is authorized; 2) remedial/developmental courses; 3) college success courses or other courses taught as part of a learning community that includes remedial/developmental courses. During the summer terms, these courses will be charged at the previous fall/spring rates.


Approved by the President: January 24, 2014.