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  • 9 Colleges

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    full online programs

  • 237 online programs

    were available
    in 2014

  • 113 online graduate degrees

    were offered by Hawaii
    schools in 2014

Best Online Colleges in Hawaii for 2015

In Hawaii, numerous colleges and universities have shown great dedication to providing a variety of distance learning options to accommodate busy student’s lives as they balance work, outside commitments and education. To provide the flexibility needed for success, many of these same institutions now offer degree programs taught fully online. With many options available, it can be overwhelming when deciding where to begin. For students seeking an academically excellent program that is both adaptable and reasonably priced, our ranking of the Best Online Colleges in Hawaii for 2015 is a great place to start.

RANK COLLEGE Tuition And Fees Enrollment Accredited MORE INFO
1 Brigham Young University-Hawaii$4,6303,771YES
Brigham Young University-Hawaii offers a limited selection of online college courses, allowing students to earn their associate degree in arts and sciences, as well as graduate certificates in entrepreneurship, American sign language, or intercultural peace building. These online college courses are meant as preparation for physically attending the college but can be used as a platform for a number of pursuits.
2 University of Hawaii-West Oahu$5,6022,104YES
Like many online colleges in Hawaii, the University of Hawaii-West Oahu offers a vast array of degree options and fields of study and provides a comprehensive system of support to provide the highest quality education possible. Students will utilize a number of resources, including video chat, interactive television, and much more.
3 University of Hawaii at Hilo$6,1844,179YES
The University of Hawaii at Hilo offers an array of online college degree programs that let students earn their associate, bachelor’s, and master’s degrees in several fields, many of which have a strong focus on either education or health care. The college offers a number of resources for online students, including video conferencing and course management systems.
4 University of Hawaii at Manoa$9,40416,886YES
The University of Hawaii at Manoa offers a huge number of online college degree programs, allowing students to attain their associate, bachelor’s, master’s, or doctorate degrees in a wide variety of fields. Course material and classes are delivered in several different methods, including via online management systems, live and prerecorded teaching sessions in actual classrooms, and much more.
5 Remington College-Honolulu Campus$16,1401,021YES
Remington College-Honolulu Campus provides both associate and bachelor’s online degree programs, both of which offer several fields of study, all of which have a strong focus on either business or the legal system. The college offers a complete set of resources for online students, including virtual classrooms, video chat, and more.
6 Hawaii Pacific University$18,6008,070YES
The Hawaii Pacific University is one of several online colleges in Hawaii that offer a wide range of online course options. Students may earn their associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree, as well as earn a variety of graduate certificates in numerous fields of study. The college is accredited by several prestigious organizations, including the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges.

Search Accredited Hawaii Online Colleges

Although a small state, Hawaii is home to a number of public and private higher education institutions offering two and four year degrees. Prospective students can use the search tool below to navigate the state’s 30 colleges and universities and review factors such as tuition, enrollment, and degree types to find a program that fits their educational needs.

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9 results TUITION ACCEPTANCE RATE STUDENT POPULATION SCHOOL TYPE
University of Hawaii at Manoa Honolulu, Hawaii Four or more years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE 80% STUDENT POPULATION 20,006 SCHOOL
TYPE
Public
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration (Health Care Administration)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelors in Education in Elementary Education
  • Bachelor in Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Hawai?i Statewide Nursing Consortium
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, Applied Track
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences, Political Science
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master of Arts in Music Education
  • Executive MBA
  • Master of Education in Educational Foundation, Private School Leadership
  • Master of Human Resource Management
  • Master of Arts in Indigenous Language And Culture Education
  • Master of Education in Curriculum Studies (Varying Emphases)
  • Master of Education in Early Childhood Education
  • Master of Education in Educational Foundation
  • Master of Education in Educational Technology
  • Master of Education in Special Education
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • Master Degree in Social Work
  • Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Master of Library & Information Science
DOCTORATE DEGREES
  • Doctoral in Educational Foundations
  • Doctoral in Educational Policy Studies
  • Doctorate of Nursing Practice
  • Ph.D. in Nursing
Leeward Community College Pearl City, Hawaii 2+ years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE NR STUDENT POPULATION 7,976 SCHOOL
TYPE
Public
ASSOCIATE DEGREES
  • Associate of Science Accounting
  • Associate in Arts in Teaching
Hawaii Pacific University Honolulu, Hawaii Four or more years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE 64% STUDENT POPULATION 6,736 SCHOOL
TYPE
Private
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master's Degree in Medill Integrated Marketing Communications
  • Master of Science in Information Systems
  • Ms in Medical Informatics
  • Master of Science in Global Health Online
  • Master of Science in Predictive Analytics
  • Master's Degree in Policy & Administration
University of Hawaii at Hilo Hilo, Hawaii Four or more years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE 75% STUDENT POPULATION 4,043 SCHOOL
TYPE
Public
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Registered Nursing To Bachelors of Science in Nursing
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master of Arts in Indigenous Language & Culture Education
DOCTORATE DEGREES
  • Doctor of Nursing Practice
Hawaii Community College Hilo, Hawaii 2+ years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE NR STUDENT POPULATION 3,406 SCHOOL
TYPE
Public
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Arts (Ba) in Public Administration - Health Care Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration - General Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences - Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelors of Education (B.Ed.) in Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Science (Bs) in Hawai?i Statewide Nursing Consortium (Hsnc)
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Rn To Bsn)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences - Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (Bass) - Applied Track
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master of Arts (Ma) in Music Education
  • Executive MBA
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Educational Foundation - Private School Leadership
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Curriculum Studies
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Early Childhood Education
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Educational Foundations
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Special Education
  • Masters in Education (M.Ed) in Educational Technology
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
  • Master of Science (Ms) in Nursing
  • Master in Social Work
  • Master of Science (M.S.) in Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Master of Library & Information Science (Mlisc)
DOCTORATE DEGREES
  • Doctoral (Ph.D) in Educational Foundations
  • Doctoral (Ph.D) in Educational Policy Studies
  • Doctorate of Nursing Practice (Dnp)
  • Ph.D. in Nursing
Chaminade University of Honolulu Honolulu, Hawaii Four or more years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE 84% STUDENT POPULATION 2,752 SCHOOL
TYPE
Private
ASSOCIATE DEGREES
  • Associate of Art in Business Administration
  • Associate of Science in Early Childhood Education
  • Associate of Art in Liberal Arts
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminology And Criminal Justice
  • Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education
  • Bachelor of Arts in English
  • Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Historical & Political Studies
  • Bachelor of Science in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts Social Studies
Kauai Community College Lihue, Hawaii 2+ years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE NR STUDENT POPULATION 1,530 SCHOOL
TYPE
Public
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration - General Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences - Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) in Elementary Education
  • Bachelor in Science in Nursing (Rn To Bsn)
  • Bachelor of Science (Bs) in Hawai?i Statewide Nursing Consortium (Hsnc)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration (Bapa)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences - Political Science
  • Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (Bass)
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master of Arts (Ma) in Music Education
  • Executive MBA
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Educational Foundation - Private School Leadership
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Curriculum Studies
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Early Childhood Education
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Educational Foundations
  • Master of Education (M.Ed) in Special Education
  • Masters in Education (M.Ed) in Educational Technology
  • Master of Science in Computer Science
  • Master of Science (Ms) in Nursing
  • Master Degree in Social Work
  • Master of Science (M.S.) in Rehabilitation Counseling
  • Master of Library & Information Science (Mlisc)
DOCTORATE DEGREES
  • Doctoral (Ph.D) in Educational Foundations
  • Doctoral (Ph.D) in Educational Policy Studies
  • Doctorate of Nursing Practice (Dnp)
  • Ph.D. in Nursing
University of Phoenix-Hawaii Campus Honolulu, Hawaii Four or more years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE NR STUDENT POPULATION 1,454 SCHOOL
TYPE
Private For-Profit
ASSOCIATE DEGREES
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Web Design
  • Associate of Arts - Accounting
  • Associate of Arts - Accounting Foundations
  • Associate of Arts - Accounting Fundamentals
  • Associate of Arts - Business Foundations
  • Associate of Arts - Foundations of Business
  • Associate of Arts - Education
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Cisco Networking
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Database Development
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Desktop Support
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Health Care It
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Information Technology Support
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Networking
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Programming
  • Associate of Arts in Information Technology - Web Administration
  • Associate of Arts - Hospitality, Travel And Tourism
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Science in Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Finance
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Global Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Human Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Marketing
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Project Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Public Sector
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Service Sector
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Small Business Management And Entrepreneurship
  • Bachelor of Science in Business - Sustainable Enterprise Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business With Associate of Arts - Accounting Fundamentals
  • Bachelor of Science in Business With Associate of Arts - Business Fundamentals
  • Bachelor of Science in Business With Associate of Arts - Retail Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Business Systems Analysis
  • Bachelor of Science in Management - Manufacturing Sector
  • Bachelor of Science in Education - Early Childhood Education
  • Bachelor of Science in Education - Elementary Teacher Education
  • Educational Specialist
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Advanced Networking
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Information Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Information Systems Security
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Mobile Development
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Networking And Telecommunications
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Software Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Web Development
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology- Multimedia And Visual Communication
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Lpn/Lvn To Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Liberal Studies
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master of Business Administration - Accounting
  • Master of Business Administration - Energy Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Finance
  • Master of Business Administration - Global Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Health Care Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Human Resource Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Marketing
  • Master of Business Administration - Project Management
  • Master of Business Administration - Technology Management
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Management
  • Master of Science in Accountancy
  • Master of Science in Nursing / Master of Business Administration/Health Care Management
  • Educational Specialist
  • Master of Arts in Education - Administration And Supervision
  • Master of Arts in Education - Adult Education And Training
  • Master of Arts in Education - Curriculum And Instruction
  • Master of Arts in Education - Elementary Teacher Education
  • Master of Arts in Education - Secondary Teacher Education
  • Master of Arts in Education - Special Education
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Nursing And Health Care Education
  • Master of Information Systems
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Informatics
  • Master of Science in Nursing
  • Master of Science in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Master of Science in Nursing / Master of Health Administration
DOCTORATE DEGREES
  • Doctor of Business Administration
  • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
  • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership - Curriculum And Instruction
  • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership - Educational Technology
  • Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership
  • Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership - Information Systems And Technology
  • Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership/Information Systems And Technology
Argosy University-Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Four or more years TUITION
ACCEPTANCE RATE NR STUDENT POPULATION 795 SCHOOL
TYPE
Private For-Profit
ASSOCIATE DEGREES
  • Associate of Science in Business Administration
  • Associate of Science in Information Technology
  • Associate of Arts in Psychology
BACHELOR'S DEGREES
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Accounting
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Finance
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Healthcare Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Human Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - International Business
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Marketing
  • Bachelor of Science in Business Administration - Organizational Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Security Management
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Criminal Justice
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Corrections
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Customized Professional
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Forensic Psychology
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Homeland Security
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Police
  • Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice - Substance Abuse
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Computer Network Security
  • Bachelor of Science in Information Technology - Web Development
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Advanced Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Child And Adolescent Studies
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Human Services
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Organizational Psychology
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Substance Abuse
  • Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
MASTERS DEGREES
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Science in Health Services Management
  • Master of Science in Human Resource Management
  • Master of Science in Management
  • Master of Science in Organizational Leadership
  • Masters of Business Administration - Competency Based
  • Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
  • Master of Public Health
  • Master of Arts in Industrial Organizational Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Sport-Exercise Psychology
  • Master of Science in Human Services
DOCTORATE DEGREES
  • Doctor of Business Administration (Dba)
  • Doctor of Education in Organizational Leadership
  • Doctor of Education in Counseling Psychology
  • Doctor of Education in Curriculum And Instruction
  • Doctor of Education in Higher And Postsecondary Education
  • Doctor of Education in Higher And Postsecondary Education - Teaching And Learning
  • Doctor of Education in Pastoral Community Counseling

Interviews with Insiders at Hawaii’s Online Colleges

While affordability is a key factor in choosing a school, colleges and universities are much more than numbers on price tags. In order to better understand the landscape of online learning in Hawaii, we asked two deans what made their online programs worthwhile. Read the interviews here:

Online Departments in HAWAII

Brigham Young University-Hawaii

How would you describe your institution's approach to online learning?

Our approach to online learning is hallmarked by our attention to interpersonal student/student and student/teacher interaction. All of our online courses have low enrollments so that the teacher can interact with the students on an individual basis. This interaction happens not only through text but also through video interaction. We chose our learning management system to promote these kind of interactions.

What makes your online programs so valuable to students?

Our online program is designed for students who wish to come to campus or transfer to another university. These courses are designed to help students meet the rigorous academic standards at BYU-Hawaii. For international students we have a high-quality English training online program. These English as an International Language (EIL) courses are designed to help students communicate effectively in the academic arena.

Where do you see your online programs in the next five years? Beyond?

In five years I expect that our online program will be serving the same purposes of preparing students to come to BYU-Hawaii and providing international students with high-quality English language training focused on academic preparation. This means that we do not expect to offer a lot of degrees and certificates online. However, we do expect our online EIL program to grow significantly.

University of Hawaii-West Oahu

How would you describe your institution's approach to online learning?

The University of Hawaii - West Oahu's distance education program takes pride in offering quality online coursework that is open, accessible and affordable. We have many non-traditional students who take advantage of our online opportunities and find the classes convenient for balancing home and work life with school. 63% of students at UH West Oahu take at least one online course while attending the University.

What makes your online programs so valuable to students?

UH West Oahu's online courses meet the expectations of an in-person class by utilizing innovative multimedia tools to enhance the classroom experience. Through a variety of technical tools, distance education coursework is dynamic, collaborative, and offers the online student a complete educational experience.

Where do you see your online programs in the next 5 years? Beyond?

UH West Oahu strives for continued expansion of our online programs at an affordable rate and the development of additional quality course offerings.

Online Learning in Hawaii: Expansive and Expanding

Distance learning is an ever-expanding option for undertaking postsecondary education. Once mainly a product of private colleges and universities, online degrees have risen to become a prominent feature in the educational offerings of many institutions, and those in Hawaii are no exception.

At the University of Hawaii, students can choose from nearly 40 fully online programs at the certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral levels. In addition to numerous programs focused on education and health, U of H offers options in business administration, the social sciences, and computer science.

Chaminade University, the only Catholic higher education institution in the state, has a robust selection of fully online and hybrid courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Honolulu Community College’s Distance Education program offers high quality online courses in a range of subjects. Cable courses are also available, allowing students to view live or pre-recorded courses on select cable TV channels.

Distance Learning Opportunities in Honolulu

Prospective students should review universities and colleges located in Honolulu, which serves as the state’s educational anchor. With multiple academic institutions offering both two and four year degrees online and on campus, students will have no trouble finding a program matched to their needs.

Although Honolulu is a bustling city, many parts of Hawaii are rural, which can significantly limit higher education options. As a result, many colleges and universities in Honolulu offer distance learning options to serve students restricted by geography.

The University of Hawaii at Manoa is the flagship campus of the University of Hawaii system, maintaining headquarters in Honolulu. UH Manoa consistently receives accolades, including recognition for its graduate programs by U.S. News & World Report, and placement in the top 30 public universities for federal research funding by the National Science Foundation.

UH Manoa has several degree programs, mostly at the graduate level. Examples include master’s degrees in computer science and educational foundation, an executive MBA, and a bachelor’s program in elementary education. UH Manoa’s campus-based offerings include bachelor’s degrees in 92 fields, master’s degrees in 84 fields, and doctoral programs in 51 fields.

Honolulu Community College is also part of the University of Hawaii system and offers several career and technical degrees. HCC students can transfer to select UH campuses if they wish to complete a four-year degree. Kapi’olani Community College offers further option in Honolulu, including a world-class culinary arts program based in the state-of-the-art Culinary Institute of the Pacific. KCC also offers strong STEM and health programs.

Lastly, Hawaii Pacific University is the state’s leading private university and also one of the most culturally diverse universities in the United States. HPU has won numerous honors, especially its nursing program, which was recognized by U.S. News & World Report in 2013.

Preparing for the Cost of College in Hawaii

No matter the region of the United States, students hoping to begin a degree program should consider the various costs attached to their education. Tuition costs are often based on whether a school is public or private, its location and a student’s residency status. Residents of Hawaii paid an average combined cost of $7,805 for tuition and fees per academic year in 2012. The annual fees, costing an average of $80, are often mandatory and cover anything from charges for lab materials and student life activities to parking.

Students need to consider not only fees and tuition when budgeting, but also living expenses. These can include housing, gasoline, and food and vary state by state. Hawaii’s cost of living (COL) is well above the national average. The following data is a breakdown of the COL indexes for Honolulu as it compares to the national average of 100:

Urban Area Composite Index Housing Groceries Utilities Transportation Health Care Misc.
Honolulu 65.7% 149.0% 60.1% 46.6% 26.2% 20.0% 17.9%

Choosing the right college is one of the most important choices you’ll ever make. After reviewing the costs associated with postsecondary education, examining return on investment is a critical component of the decision making process. While schools with higher cost structures often provide graduates with the footing to garner top salaries after earning a degree, students should be wary of colleges with affordable tuition and fees offering below-average career prospects after graduation. The following schools represent the very best in Hawaii for return on investment (ROI), as measured by lifetime salary of the average graduate minus total cost of attendance for four years:

  1. University of Hawaii at Manoa
  2. Hawaii Pacific University
  3. Chaminade University
  4. University of Hawaii at Hilo

Affording College in Hawaii: Scholarships and Financial Aid

Financial aid and budgetary concerns play an important role in making decisions about postsecondary education. Both federal aid and scholarships provide funding for students seeking degrees from any one of Hawaii’s public and private institutions. Federal aid requires students fill out a FAFSA form and then awards financial support based on student need. In 2012, 56 percent of Hawaii’s undergraduate students accepted federal funds.

In addition to federal financial aid, a number of Hawaiian companies and organizations provide money to students who enter degree programs. It is also not uncommon for students to receive scholarships from the institution directly. The following associations offer scholarships in the state of Hawaii:

  • Hawaii Community Foundation
  • Fukunaga Scholarship Foundation
  • MGMA Western Section
  • Hawaii Hotel Industry Foundation
  • Hawaii Chapter-David T. Woolsey
  • The University of Hawai‘I System
  • Hawaii Chapter: Society of Fire Protection Engineers
  • Korean University Club of Hawaii
  • Seattle Foundation
  • Office of Hawaiian Affairs
  • Ke Ali‘i Pauahi Foundation
  • Pearl Harbor Hawaiian Civic Club
  • Kona Hawaiian Civic Club
  • Hawaii Hotel & Lodging Association

Accreditation of Hawaii Colleges and Universities

Students pursuing an online education in Hawaii must also consider the accreditation of prospective institutions before going too far down the path to a decision. Many financial aid opportunities are open only to students attending accredited schools. Organizations such as The Western Association of Schools and Colleges evaluate schools in Hawaii to verify that they uphold academic excellence within both campus and online learning environments. Hawaiian colleges may also seek accreditation from various specialized agencies to vet the quality of their medical schools, business programs or similar academic offerings. For example, the University of Hawaii’s Shidler College of Business is accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International (AACSB).

Resources for Online Students in Hawaii

Whether choosing a college or researching funding options, making sense of the educational landscape can be challenging for prospective students. Below is a list of resources designed to make the process easier by introducing students to both federal and state-specific information about scholarships, financial aid, loans and grants, and tips for selecting a college. Hawaii-specific resources from entities such as the State Department of Education and nonprofits such as the Hawaii Learning Resource are also provided.

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