The UH System

Who We Are

System Overview

The University of Hawai‘i System includes 10 campuses and educational, training and research centers across the Hawaiian Islands. As the public system of higher education in Hawai‘i, UH offers unique and diverse opportunities.

Areas of excellence

Location The 10 UH campuses and educational centers on six Hawaiian Islands provide opportunities for both learning and recreation.

Economic development UH is the State’s leading engine for economic growth and diversification, stimulating the local economy with jobs, research and skilled workers.

Opportunity UH academic offerings range from certificate and vocational through doctoral programs.

International advantage Hawai‘i’s position between east and west, in the middle of the Pacific, creates opportunities for international leadership and influence. Asia/Pacific expertise permeates the university’s activities.

UH campuses and educational centers

Big Island (Hawai‘i)

Maui, Moloka‘i, Lana‘i

O‘ahu

Kaua‘i

Jean Charlot mural from the second floor of Bachman Hall, the University of Hawaii System offices
Jean Charlot Mural "Commencement" (1953) from the second floor of Bachman Hall, the University of Hawai‘i System office building on the Manoa campus.
University of Hawai‘i System: At a glance
Fast Facts 2014
Enrollment
Total Enrollment57,052
Undergraduate 51,109
Graduate 5,943
Gender (full-time students)
Men44%
Women56%
Residency
Hawai‘i84%
Mainland10%
Foreign4%
Other2%
Age
Average25.4
Under 185%
18-2460%
25 and older36%
Degrees Awarded (2013-14)
TOTAL DEGREES11,278
Certificates (CA, Dent Hyg)711
Associate (AA, AAS, AS, ATS)4,440
Advanced Prof Certificate (APC)7
Baccalureate (BA, BAS, BS, etc)4,408
Undergraduate (Other) (PB)66
Master1,179
Doctorate (PhD, EdD, DrPH)194
Professional Practice (JD, MD, Darch,PharmD)273
Student Diversity (full-time students)
Faculty Diversity

Figures from the Institutional Research & Analysis Office and Office of Human Resources.