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Hawai'i Community College- Palamanui

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Leianah Baxter

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Leianah Baxter
Hawai'i Community College Palamanui
Leianah Baxter
Hawai'i Community College- Palamanui
Palamanui Is a branch college that is connected to Hawai’i Community College in Hilo. It recently opened in the fall of 2015, and is continuing its progress of being built. Hawai’i Community College offers 26 degrees and certificate programs that prepare students to succeed in the workforce right after high school or, continue their studies at a four year university.

The Associate in Arts degree Program, also referred to as the Liberal Arts (LBRT) Program, is designed for students who are preparing themselves to transfer to a four-year college or university.
Major: Liberal Arts
Must complete online application.
Apply For FAFSA
Student will get an email or letter saying that they are accepted into the college with a "classified" status.
Prior to registration for courses, the student needs to submit negative TB test or chest x-ray and MMR records
then arrange to take a placement test.
Attend a scheduled school orientation.
Admissions Requirements
"I think what I appreciated most about Hawai‘i Community College was the friendly atmosphere and how willing the faculty and staff were to help you to achieve your goals."
- Eric Matsuyama, Graduate of Liberal Arts

"Sometimes it’s hard to figure out what you want be and what your purpose is in life. I finally found my passion for working with youth and families at the age of 35. To me it’s not when you figure it out, it’s what you do once you know."
-Cheryl Diaz, Graduate of Liberal Arts and Human Services

"I really liked the small classes, because you get more one-on-one time with the teachers. I know at bigger schools you don’t get that."
- Malie Koehler, Graduate of Liberal Arts

Hawaiʻi Community College (Hawai'i CC) promotes student learning by embracing our unique Hawaiʻi Island culture and inspiring growth in the spirit of "E ʻImi Pono." Aligned with the UH Community Colleges system's mission, we are committed to serving all segments of our Hawaiʻi Island community.
To promote student learning, Hawaiʻi Community College will emphasize the knowledge and experience necessary for students to pursue academic achievement. As lifelong learners, the students will become productive and engaged citizens capable of meeting the complex challenges of a global community.
Special Accreditations
ECE/Children’s Center: National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)
Culinary Arts: American Culinary Federation Foundation, Inc Accrediting Commission (ACFFAC)
Intensive English: Commission on English Language Program Accreditation (CEA)
Nursing & Allied Health: National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc. (NLNAC)
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