Course & "Program" Articulation
"Program" Articulation: Multicampus agreement
A Foundations agreement was signed by three UH
campuses in 2004.
Click here to view the signed articulation agreement. Campuses
currently in the multicampus agreement: Honolulu
CC, Kapiolani CC, Leeward CC, Windward CC, and UH Manoa.
Click for additional
information about the multicampus group.
Campuses not participating in the multicampus agreement can request that a course transfer to UHM
as satisfying a UHM Foundations requirement by completing and
submitting the proposal form.
Transfer credit review process
External transfer students* have their official college transcript(s) sent to UHM Admissions & Records Office for review.
External courses that have already been reviewed are posted on the
Admissions & Records Transfer Credit
Search Database. If the external course is equivalent to a UHM course that satisfies a UHM Foundations requirement, the student
has met that requirement. After
receiving the results of the transcript review, the student consults a UHM advisor because
GenEd requirements vary depending on the student's year
Advisors of system-transfer students* can refer to the
below. The student informs UHM that he or she has completed courses in
the UH system. Then, the
Admissions & Records Office reviews the transcript and sends the
results to the student. After receiving the
results, the student is strongly encouraged to consult a UHM college advisor because requirements
vary depending on the year of entry to a UH campus and credits accepted by UHM.
NOTE: Students who transfer to UHM with an AA degree from a
UH campus have met all of their UHM Foundations and Diversification
requirements (i.e., "Core" requirements). They still need to
complete General Education Graduation requirements, college requirements,
and major requirements to graduate.
* External Transfer Students enter UHM from a non-UH
campus. For example, from a university located on the mainland.
System Transfer Students enter UHM from a UH campus. For example, from
Kapi'olani Community College.