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Fact Book

Fact Book

Hawai‘i Community College is proud to deliver unique, high-quality academic programs and services found nowhere else in our community. Founded in 1941, the college began with five trades programs and 183 students, and has steadily grown to meet community needs. We now serve more than 2,000 students in 26 degree programs from locations in Hilo, Honoka’a, Kona, and at high schools across Hawai'i Island.

Additional Data Resources
2430
Enrollment
695
First Generation Students
38
Percentage of Full Time Students
62
Percentage of Part Time Students

Ethnicity

Asian
9.5%
Filipino
9.5%
Pacific Islander
2.9%
Hawaiian/Part-Hawaiian
42.9%
Caucasian
16.4%
Mixed race
14.5%
All Other
4%

Age Groups

age ratios

58 Degrees & Certificates Offered

1118
Students Enrolled in General & Pre-Professional Programs
826
Students Enrolled in Career & Technical Education Programs
374
Degrees Awarded
552
Certificates Awarded

90% of students are from Hawai‘i Island and 78% of alumni stay after graduation.

Additional Data

Federal Grant/Loan Recipient 2019-2020 UHCC Average Hawai’i CC
Federal Pell Grant 23% 24%
Subsidized Stafford Loan (no Pell Grant) 19% #
Neither Pell Grant nor Stafford Loan 26% 31%

# denotes any cohort/subcohort with fewer than 10 students