- Who is eligible to register?
- How do I apply for summer session?
- When will I be notified if I am accepted?
- When do I pay for my classes?
- How much are tuition and registration fees?
- Is financial aid available?
- When can I register for classes?
- How do I register for classes?
- Is there on-campus housing for summer?
- What is ISP and how can I enroll?
- How many credits can I take during the summer?
- How can I transfer summer credits to my college?
- What classes are being offered this summer?
- How do I pay for my classes?
- How do I get a UH user ID?
- I have a complaint about my instructor and/or grade. What can I do to resolve it?
You may register without completing any additional forms if you are a UH Hilo student who attended UH Hilo in Spring 2013.
You are eligible to apply for Summer Session if you are:
- A new UH Hilo student accepted for the Fall 2013 semester,
- A current or former student of a regionally accredited U.S. college or university who is in good academic standing,
- A U.S. high school graduate (or individual with GED equivalency)
- An advanced high school sophomore or junior. See High School Students; application form.
You can fill out the summer session application online at http://hilo.hawaii.edu/forms/summer.php
There are no application fees for the summer session.
You should be notified via e-mail within one to two weeks form the date of your online application submission.
Any questions about your application or residency status should be directed to the Admissions Office at 974-7414 (or toll-free at 1-800-897-4456), or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. .
Payment is due upon registration. Verify the amount you owe through MyUH Portal. Your amount due will appear in your account summary.
Tuition for the Summer Session 2013 are:
Resident (undergraduate) ................................$248 per credit hour
Non-resident (unergraduate).............................$357 per credit hour*
Graduate (regardless of residency).................$483 per credit hour
Nursing graduate (resident)..............................$589 per credit hour
Nursing graduate (non-resident)......................$1169 per credit hour
*For Summer 2013, the Board of Regents has approved a special rate for the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) and for Pacific Island students. The rate is $302.50 per credit.
Student fees ............... $2 general student activity fee; $35 Student Life Center fee
ONLINE - MyUH Portal using a MasterCard or VISA.
MAIL - Complete the Mail-in Remittance form and send it with your check (payable to the University of Hawaii at Hilo) or your credit card information to:
Attn.: Cashier, UH Hilo Business Office, 200 W. Kawili St., Hilo, HI 96720-4091.
Mailed payments MUST be received within a week of the date you register. Improperly completed checks or partial payments will be returned to you unprocessed and will not be considered payment. Your failure to correct it by the appropriate payment deadline will result in cancellation of your registration due to non-payment.
IN PERSON - Business Office Cashier Window, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Registration begins on April 1, 2013 at 8 am (HST) for all students. You must have a UH user ID to register for classes.
Click on Get a UH User ID. Follow the directions on the screen. It’ll take about five (5) minutes for your user name and password to be activated.
Go to https://myuh.hawaii.edu/cp/home/displaylogin and log in. Once logged on, go to the left side of the screen and click select "Add / Drop Courses" (it will be under Registration).
The next screen that will pop up is "Select Term". Select "Summer 2013" and click submit.
The new screen that is displayed is called "Add/ Drop My Courses". On this screen, scroll down to the "Add Class Worksheet". Under "Institution", select University of Hawaii at Hilo. Under "CRN", input the courses CRN. Once done, be sure to click "Submit Changes". The page will refresh with the classes that you have enrolled in.
Print a copy for your records; this printout is your confirmation that you are registered for these courses.
Yes. During the summer dates June 16 through July 27, CCECS offers the Island Summer Package (ISP) offered to students. See ISP page for details.
If you need housing before these dates or not interested in ISP, then please direct any questions to email@example.com.
If you do not want to live on campus, then there are other places around campus that you can look at. Please go to this website for all the available off campus housing, http://hilo.hawaii.edu/studentaffairs/housing/offcampus.php
See the Island Summer Package page for details.
During the entire Summer Session (May 13 through Aug 3), you are allowed to register for a maximum of 12 credit hours. If you wish to take additional credit hours, you must get prior approval from the dean of your college. Unclassified students need dean of CCECS approval. Contact CCECS at (808) 974-7664 for more information.
Contact your admissions and/or records office to see if the summer classes you take will be able to transfer to you college.
Please visit https://www.sis.hawaii.edu/uhdad/avail.classes?i=HIL
Unfortunately, there are times when a student may feel that an instructor has conducted a course poorly, graded unfairly, or discriminated against them in some way. The University takes these complaints very seriously and urges students to seek resolution to these problems as soon as they are apparent.
For students with an academic complaint, please refer to the policies of Academic Affairs. An academic complaint is the proper channel for a student who feels they have been treated unfairly in one of the following areas:
- Freedom of Expression - Students may disagree with views and data presented in a course, but are still required to learn the content of that course.
- Academic Evaluation - Evaluation of student performance shall be done without prejudice and in accordance with established standards.
- Protection of Confidential Information - Faculty shall keep confidential information they acquire during the course of their work regarding a student's views, beliefs, and political associations. This information may not be shared without the consent of the student.
Page Last Updated on 7/24/2012