The University of Hawaii Maui College Reviews and Ranking Awards

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If the idea of spending time at the beach before or after college classes appeals to you, then the University of Hawaii, Maui College could be the perfect school for you. Located on one of the larger islands making up Hawaii, the University of Hawaii, Maui College is a four-year, public university. they offer educational opportunities at several levels including one-year certificates, associate degrees, and bachelor’s degrees.


Overview of The University of Hawaii, Maui College


The student population includes 2,992 students at every level. The University of Hawaii, Maui College offers a variety of degree programs in majors such as business, biology, healthcare, education, and others. Most students live off-campus either with their families or in private student housing, but some on-campus housing is available. Students wishing to apply to the University of Hawaii, Maui College must submit an application, transcripts from every school attended, and an application fee of $25. The application deadline is December 15th.

General Information


School Type Primarily associate's, Public
Campus Setting City: Small
Campus Housing No
Student Faculty Ratio 14:1
Graduation Rate 16%
Year Founded 1931

Student Enrollment


Total Students3,092

Undergraduate
3,092
Graduate
NA

Undergraduate Student

Male 989
989
Female 2,103
2,103

Graduate Student

Male NA
NA
Female NA
NA

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Admissions


APPLICATIONSNA

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Female NA

ACCEPTANCENA

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Female NA

Acceptance RateNA

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Female NA

Enrollment NA

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Female NA
Admissions
Application Fee $25
High School GPA NA
High School Rank NA
High School Transcripts NA
College Prep Courses NA
Recommendations NA
SAT/ACT NA
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) NA
Application Deadline December 15
Common Application Accepted N/A

Tuition Cost & Financial Aid


The University of Hawaii, Maui College is a public institution; therefore, all forms of financial aid are available to students. Types of financial aid can include Pell Grants, federal student loans, private loans, and scholarships. The net price of an education at the University of Hawaii, Maui College with financial aid is $10,832. This is the total left for the student to pay after financial aid has been applied. In-state tuition for students is around $3,300, while students from out of state pay closer to $8,400. For students who need further assistance beyond federal financial aid, scholarships are available either through the school or other private means. Students should check with their school guidance counselors for a list of scholarships that are available, as well as obtaining a list of scholarships that the University of Hawaii Maui College offers its incoming students. It's important to consider that some scholarships are based on academics, while others can be based on parental professions, hobbies, extracurricular activities, or sports.

Average net price 2017-2018
Net Price $10,373
Average Total Aid $4,747
Students Receiving Financial Aid 65%
Room & Board $15,302

Sticker Price


  • Tuition In-State - $3,278
  • Tuition Out-of-State - $8,414
  • Books and Supplies - $1,058
  • Room & Board - $15,302
  • Other - $6,792

Academics


University of Hawaii, Maui College has a retention rate of 62%. This means that the majority of incoming freshmen return for their second year of college. The school also has a graduation rate of 50%, though many students transfer to other schools after their freshman year. With a student-to-faculty ratio of 15 to 1, there are plenty of chances for students to interact with their instructors and create a more personalized learning environment. These combined factors help to create a positive learning environment and incentives, especially when coupled with the more than temperate weather the University of Hawaii, Maui College is an ideal choice for students who want sun, fun, and an excellent education.

Student Population Total


Student Population 3,092

Undergraduate
3,092
Graduate
NA
Evening Classes : Yes
Online Learning : Yes

Most Popular Programs & Majors

(# of Diplomas Awarded by Subject)


All Business Majors 8 Total Graduates / 42%
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations, Other 8 Graduates
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 7 Total Graduates / 37%
Sustainability Studies 7 Graduates
All Engineering Majors 4 Total Graduates / 21%
Engineering Technologies and Engineering-Related Fields, Other 4 Graduates
All Other Diplomas 0

Outcome & Salary


The overall average salary that a graduate from the University of Hawaii, Maui College can expect to receive is $54,000. Their starting salaries average around $40,900, while their mid-career salaries reach around $58,400. Actual salaries vary between the level of education received at the school, the profession the student has chosen, work experience, and other external factors such as the size of the company you work with. A person will generally earn less with a two-year degree than they will with a four-year degree in the same major; however, some two- year degree holders, due to their choice of profession, will out-earn some four-year degree holders. This is especially true when comparing healthcare degrees with, say, business degrees. For example, a person with a 2-year degree in nursing could earn more than a person with a four-year degree in marketing. However, a person with a four-year degree in accounting could make more than a person with a 2-year degree in phlebotomy.

Graduates Salary
College Grads Early Career Salary $40,900
College Grads Average Salary $54,000
College Grads Mid Career Salary $58,400
Return on Investment (ROI)
10 Year Salary Earnings Potential $540,000
20 Year Salary Earnings Potential $1,124,000
Cost of Education (Net Price) 4 Year $41,492
10 Year Projected ROI $498,508
20 Year Projected ROI $1,082,508
No Colleage Education Salary Comparison
National Average Salary $37,960
10 Year Projected Income $379,600
20 Year Projected Income $759,200