Information for Students
- Atelier - a course in Classical Realist art
- May 21 - Summer Session I begins
- May 23 - Last day to add classes for session I
- May 28 - HOLIDAY (Memorial Day)
- May 30 - Last day of erase period for session I
- June 11 - HOLIDAY (King Kamehameha Day)
- June 13 - Last day of official withdrawal for session I
- June 29 - Last day of classes for session I
- July 2 - Second Summer Session
- July 3 - Last day to add classes for session II
- July 4 - HOLIDAY (Independence Day) Monday
- July 9 - Last day of erase period for session II
- August 8 - Last of classes for session II
Get a quick start to your college education with summer classes!
We’ve expanded our online course selection to help you reach your goals…faster. And, if you need to brush up on your math and English skills, take one of our courses below the 100-level. Or, take a noncredit course to explore new interests. Summer is a great time to get ahead.
Summer Session for Credit Classes
Session I: May 21 to June 29, 2012
Session II: July 2 to August 10, 2012
Other classes have different dates. This year, we also have evening classes and less intense classes that go for 10 weeks. Please check our class availability for exact class times and dates.
Summer Tuition Rate for Credit Classes
Resident - $248 per credit hour
Pacific Islander - $282 per credit hour
Non-Resident - $350 per credit hour
Special Summer Tuition Rates
For English and Math Courses below the 100-level. These classes will prepare you for college credit classes.
Resident - $88 per credit hour
Pacific Islander - $132 per credit hour
Non-Resident - $281 per credit hour
Additional fees may be applicable.
Who is eligible?
If you already possess a UH I.D. number or a current student at any one of 10 campuses within the University of Hawai'i System, you may register for summer classes. Go to MyUH portal to access the registration system.
If you are not a student yet, you must apply first. Contact our Admissions and Records Office for more information.
Explore New Interests and Develop New Skills through Noncredit Classes
Noncredit classes offer unique opportunities for your personal and professional development. We offer a wide range of training and instruction in areas that include: arts and crafts, physical fitness and self improvement, exam preparation and certifications, and much more.
Noncredit classes are open to the general public with an easy registration process.