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The Hawai‘i Community College ‘ohana is ready to help you succeed during the fall 2020 semester and beyond.

Find information below that can support your success.

Not sure where to start? Contact our Paepae Haumana (Welcome Center)

at 934-2800 or

Watch this video to learn how best to connect to our services.

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Connect With the Services Below for Assistance

Please read the latest Resources for Students for videos and links to help you be successful in your classes online.

Learning/Testing Centers


Equipment Loan

The Learning Center (TLC) has a limited number of laptop computers & scientific calculators available to students on an as required/available basis. For more information regarding availablity and requirements, visit The Learning Center (TLC) web page.

Free Online Tutoring

Tutoring support is available through and online for FREE, 24/7. Students can access through their MyUH portal or by logging in at Here are the flyers ( which guide students through accessing and using resources. Students needing assistance can contact Lisa Fukumitsu at


Safety Measures

We're in this together. A safe return to campus relies on everyone taking responsibility. We ask students, faculty, staff and guests to comply with our Required Prevention Measures to stop the spread of Covid-19, including mask wearing, physical distancing, health monitoring, handwashing and respiratory etiquette.

Visit the Required Prevention Measures section of our website for detailed descriptions.

Mandatory Daily Screening and Self-Monitoring

Use the LumiSight UH app to self-screen daily. Students, employees, and visitors who plan to enter any Hawai'i Community College or other UH property must complete the self-screening questionnaire before arriving on-site.


LumiSight via Web Form
LumiSight for Android
LumiSight for IOS
app screenshots


Hawai'i CC CARES Report

The University of Hawai‘i, including University of Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Community College, provided emergency financial grants to students in April and May 2020 to address unexpected financial hardships caused by the coronavirus and disruptions to their education and lives. The federal CARES Act supported emergency assistance directly to students who meet federal eligibility requirements.

View the University of Hawai‘i Hawai‘i Community College’s report on administration of the federal CARES Act Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) Quarterly Budget and Expenditure Reporting under CARES Act Sections 18004(a)(1) Institutional Portion, 18004(a)(2) and 18004(a)(3) - October 30, 2020