Our 10 Campuses

Founded in 1907, the University of Hawai‘i System includes 3 universities, 7 community colleges and community-based learning centers across Hawai‘i. As the state’s public system of higher education, UH offers opportunities as unique and diverse as our island home.

Research University

Hawaii Hall on the UH Manoa CampusMANOA – The largest and oldest UH campus is located in a residential valley above Waikiki. Manoa offers undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees; a strong, vital research program; and nationally ranked NCAA Division I athletics. Campus profile | Homepage

Baccalaureate Universities

UH Hilo CampusHILO – The Big Island of Hawai‘i is a natural living laboratory of active volcanoes, deep oceans, the world’s best telescopes and a rich cultural landscape. UH Hilo bachelor’s and master’s degree programs take advantage of it all. Campus profile | Homepage
UH West Oahu CampusWEST O‘AHU – With the lowest university tuition in Hawai‘i, this four-year institution offers high-quality education, personalized attention and classes during the day, evening, weekends and online. Campus profile | Homepage

UH Community Colleges

West Hawaii CampusHAWAI‘I – Located in Hilo and administering Kona’s UH Center at West Hawai‘i, this Big Island community college offers more than 30 associate degree, certificate and non-credit programs ranging from health services and hotel operations to business and trades. Campus profile | Homepage
Honolulu CampusHONOLULU – Located near downtown Honolulu with additional facilities for aeronautic, marine, automotive and heavy equipment programs, this innovative community college offers a strong liberal arts curriculum in addition to a wide range of vocational and technological programs. Campus profile | Homepage
Kapiolani CampusKAPI‘OLANI – On the slopes of Diamond Head, just minutes from Waikiki, UH’s largest community college started the Culinary Institute of the Pacific, promotes an international focus and provides programs in business, hospitality, health, legal education and arts and sciences. Campus profile | Homepage
Kauai CampusKAUA‘I – A primary resource center and gathering place for residents and visitors, this community college in Lihu‘e offers business, technology, hospitality, health, early childhood education and liberal arts courses and administers the UH Center on Kaua‘i. Campus profile | Homepage
Leeward CampusLEEWARD – This community college overlooking Pearl Harbor provides comprehensive opportunities from professional studies to liberal arts. Community outreach includes cultural activities on the main campus and an education center serving Wai‘anae. Campus profile | Homepage
Maui CampusMAUI – A tri-island college, Maui provides comprehensive opportunities, special programs and two bachelor’s degrees on Maui. It operates the UH Center on Maui, education centers in Hana and on Lana‘i and Moloka‘i and a pioneering television network that reaches rural areas. Campus profile | Homepage
Windward CampusWINDWARD – At the base of O‘ahu’s Ko‘olau mountains in Kane‘ohe, this supportive community college specializes in creative arts, environmental sciences and Hawaiian studies. It is home to the Hawai‘i Music Institute and administers the Employment Training Center. Campus profile | Homepage