Application deadline Aug. 1 for prospective UH West O‘ahu students

University of Hawaiʻi-West Oʻahu
Julie Funasaki Yuen, (808) 454-4821
Public Relations and Marketing Department
Posted: Jul 14, 2009

There is still time to apply for the fall 2009 semester at the University of Hawaiʻi-West Oʻahu (UHWO). For recently dislocated workers and high school graduates, this is an opportunity to pursue a career-focused, four-year degree in West Oʻahu. The fall admission application deadline is Aug. 1 with classes beginning on Aug. 24. Financial aid and scholarship opportunities are available. UHWO academic programs stress the exploration of interdisciplinary studies, cross-cultural and international studies and communication skills. The university provides a variety of bachelor‘s degrees designed to serve the state‘s workforce needs. In addition to many other quality programs, UHWO offers a Bachelor of Arts degree with a concentration in Health Care Administration to address the increasing need for health care workers. The only undergraduate degree of its kind in the state, courses are offered in-class and through online distance learning instruction. Offering the lowest bachelor‘s tuition in Hawaiʻi, personalized attention, small class sizes, flexible schedules and an experienced faculty, the University boasts an intellectually stimulating environment in a supportive, West Oʻahu setting. For information on financial aid and scholarship opportunities, call (808) 454-4700, visit or or email more information and a complete list of academic programs, visit, call the Office of Admissions at (808) 454-4700, toll-free at (866) 299-8656 or email


About UH West OʻahuUH West Oʻahu became a four-year, comprehensive university when it served its first class of freshmen in fall 2007. The University offers quality education, small classes and personalized attention at convenient locations. UH West Oʻahu held a ground blessing ceremony in January in anticipation of the start of construction for a state-of-the art, new campus in the City of Kapolei. For more information, visit, or call 454-4700 or toll-free (866) 299-8656.

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