For Fall 2020, Senior Visitors, may register for online classes only.

Windward Community College offers a “Senior Citizen Visitor Program” to bona fide residents of the State of Hawai‘i who are 60 years of age or older. This program is for Spring and Fall semesters only and is not available for Summer sessions.

The Senior Visitor Pass is valid for the one semester only. If you wish to continue the next semester, you will need to submit another Senior Citizen Visitor Pass application. If you have any questions, please contact the Admissions & Records Office at 235-7432

STEP 1. SUBMIT SENIOR CITIZEN VISITOR PASS APPLICATION

Complete the Senior Citizen Visitor Pass application and Residency Declaration form at our Admissions & Records Office in Hale Alakai 112 no earlier than the last day of the late registration period. See the academic calendar for specific dates.

  • Course fees may apply. Must meet course pre-requisite, must be clear of UH financial aid oblications.

STEP 2. HEALTH CLEARANCE

Every senior visitor must submit a Certificate of Tuberculosis (TB) Examination and record of immunizations to the Admissions & Records Office.

All documents and health clearances need to be submitted to Admissions & Records office no later than seven (7) calendar days after the late registration period.

STEP 3. RECEIVE YOUR SENIOR VISITOR PASS

Once the Admissions & Records Office receives your application and health clearance, you will be notified and must pick up your Senior Visitor Pass from the Admissions & Records Office (Hale Alakai 112).

STEP 4. INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL

Senior visitor pass is valid only for open classes and is subject to the instructor’s approval. You must obtain approval for every class (maximum of three classes) you wish to attend as a visitor. You may seek instructor approval to attend a class as a visitor by presenting the senior visitor pass to the instructor to be signed.

STEP 5. SUBMIT SENIOR VISITOR PASS

Submit your signed Senior Visitor Pass to the Admissions & Records Office to complete the application process no later than seven (7) calendar days after the late registration period.

  • No tuition and fees will be charged for the classes you attend as a senior visitor. You are expected to comply with all College policies while a visitor at the campus
  • You will not receive any credit for classes that you attended as a visitor, nor will a record of your enrollment be kept. If you wish to receive credit or have records for a class, you must enroll as a regular student and pay the applicable tuition and fees.