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UH Maui College Hosts Open House, Nov. 20

November 14, 2018, 11:57 AM HST
* Updated November 14, 12:12 PM
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Students, faculty and staff discuss UH Maui College’s academic and support programs. PC: UH Maui College.

The University of Hawaiʻi Maui College will hold an open house on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018 to provide information on academic and support programs.

Faculty will be on hand to answer questions, and staff will offer guidance in the admissions application process.

New, returning and transfer students as well as parents are invited to attend.

Financial aid staff will be available to discuss tuition and payment options, loan programs and scholarship opportunities.

The event runs from 5 to 7 p.m. in the student lounge of the Pilina Building. Those on Lānaʻi and Moloka‘i may participate by visiting their respective educational centers during the same time as the UH Maui College open house.

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“If your goal is to have a degree, you can begin or complete your college journey here,” said UHMC chancellor Lui Hokoana. “The amount of support the college community provides is unparalleled and, once you become a student, you’ll realize it’s totally worth it.”

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Attendees are urged to explore courses, degree programs and UH Maui College’s student support services.

Counselors will be present to help busy working adults determine how they can pursue a college degree or certificate. High school students who are considering UH Maui College’s Early College program will also get their questions answered.

Attendees can learn about career paths, transfer opportunities, child-care services, the laptop loan program, distance learning, non-credit courses and student organizations.

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