Community Colleges in Hawaii

For the academic year 2019-2020, 6 community colleges are active in Hawaii. University of Hawaii at Manoa has ranked first in Hawaii community college ranking and University of Hawaii at Hilo and Chaminade University of Honolulu ranked second and third in the ranking. You can view more ranked community college ranking at Hawaii community college ranking page.
  • The 2020 average tuition & fees of community colleges in Hawaii is $3,220 for Hawaii residents and $8,356 for out-of-state students.
  • Total 23,727 students have enrolled in community colleges in Hawaii and, of that, 4,628 students enrolled online exclusively.
  • The average students to faculty ratio of Hawaii community colleges is 15.83 to 1.
  • The average financial aid amount received at community colleges in Hawaii is $4,339.
  • The average graduation rate is 24.67% and the average transfer-out rate is 14.67% at community colleges in Hawaii.

6 Community Colleges in Hawaii Comparison Table

College NameHawaii Residents Tuition & FeesOut-of-State Tuition & FeesStudent PopulationOnline Student PopulationGraduation RateTransfer-out RateFinancial Aid AmountStudents to Faculty Ratio
Honolulu Community College
Honolulu, HI
$3,174$8,3103,54146027%18%$4,24915 to 1
Kapiolani Community College
Honolulu, HI
$3,284$8,4206,8991,26221%18%$4,23817 to 1
Kauai Community College
Lihue, HI
$3,252$8,3881,48610524%12%$4,25011 to 1
Leeward Community College
Pearl City, HI
$3,209$8,3456,7091,57221%16%$4,26120 to 1
Windward Community College
Kaneohe, HI
$3,194$8,3302,46074428%14%$4,73218 to 1
Hawaii Community College
Hilo, HI
$3,204$8,3402,63248527%10%$4,30614 to 1
Average$3,220$8,35623,7274,62825%15%$4,33916 to 1