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Frequently Called NumbersOfficeLocationPhoneAdmissionsBldg. 6845-9129845-9270 (voice/text)Academic CounselingBldg. 5-102845-9162ApprenticeshipBldg. 4845-9245BookstoreBldg. 2-107845-9105Business/Cashier’s OfficeBldg. 6845-9102Career ServicesBldg. 7-320845-9204Disability Services (Student ACCESS)Bldg. 7-302845-9272 (voice/text)844-2392 (voice/text)Distance EducationBldg. 7-313845-9234Financial AidBldg. 5-102845-9116Health OfficeBldg. 2-108A845-9282 (voice/text)LibraryBldg. 7845-9199 Info & Reference845-9221 CirculationLost and FoundBldg. 2-113845-9498Pacific Center For AdvancedTechnology Training (PCATT)Bldg. 2845-9296ParkingBldg. 6845-9102Registration/RecordsBldg. 6845-9120SecuritySupervisorManagerBldg. 72B Rm 101284-1270 (cell)271-4836 (cell)445-1482 (cell)Student Computer LabBldg. 2-405845-9293Student LifeBldg. 2-113845-9498Veterans Resource CenterBldg. 5-140845-9126All other departments and faculty(main switchboard)845-9211Information on Disability Accommodation for campus programs, services, activities, and facilities orrequests for an alternative format of catalog information can be obtained by contacting StudentACCESS at 844-2392 (voice/text) or 845-9272 (voice/text). Persons who are deaf, hard of hearing orspeech-impaired are invited to contact the college by using the Telecommunications Relay Serviceby calling 711. A text pay phone is located in the Bldg. 5, breezeway.

TMFOLLOW US ON:INSTAGRAM@HonoluluCCPINTERESTHonoluluCommunity CollegeTWITTER@HonoluluCCFACEBOOKHonoluluCommunity CollegeYOUTUBEHonolulu CC874 Dillingham Blvd. Honolulu, HI 96817PH- (808) 845-9211 FAX- (808) 845-9173 WEB- www.honolulu.hawaii.edu

WELCOME TO HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGEA MESSAGE FROM THE CHANCELLORIt is my pleasure to welcome you to Honolulu Community College (Honolulu CC). We are excited you have chosenHonolulu CC as your place of study. Gaining a college degree at the associates level is the right step in securing theeducation and skills to either enter the workforce or continue your education at a four-year institution.I encourage you to take some time to review the many programs, activities, and course descriptions found in theHonolulu CC Catalog, as this will aid you in making the best decisions for your future. With 24 programs to choosefrom and options of advanced certificates or pathways to four-year institutions within the University of Hawai‘iSystem, the possibilities are endless.Balancing school, family, and life in general can be a challenge. At Honolulu CC it is our number one priority tosee you succeed. Whether you are seeking guidance on your program of study, money for school, employmentopportunities, or looking to get involved within the campus community, we are here to service your needs.In addition, we encourage you to take advantage of our many tutoring and mentoring programs throughout thecampus which include the Native Hawaiian Center, the Academic Success Complex, and the College Skills Center.Each center will provide you with individualized attention and assistance, making your educational experience apositive one.The greatest lesson a college can offer its students is not what to think, but how to think. Honolulu CC will not onlyprovide you with the opportunity to analyze and diagnose issues, but also give you skills to carry you through thejourney of life.On behalf of the entire campus community, welcome to the Honolulu Community College ‘ohana!Aloha,Dr. Erika L. LacroChancellor4HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-2020

TMCATALOG 2019 - 2020This Catalog provides general information aboutHonolulu Community College, its programs, services,major policies and procedures of relevance to students.This catalog is prepared to provide information anddoes not constitute a contract. The college reservesthe right to, without prior notice, change or delete,supplement or otherwise amend at any time, theinformation, requirements, and policies contained inthis catalog or other documents. The informationcontained in this catalog is not necessarily complete.For further information, students should consult withthe appropriate unit.The Honolulu CC catalog is available online at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu/catalog or for purchase at theHonolulu CC Bookstore. For the most current information,please refer to the college website at www.honolulu.hawaii.edu, or contact honcc@hawaii.edu.The University of Hawai’i is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution. It is committed to a policy ofnondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender identity and expression, age, religion, color, national origin,ancestry, disability, marital status, arrest and court record, sexual orientation, or status as a covered veteran. Thispolicy covers academic considerations such as admission and access to, and participation and treatment in, theuniversity’s programs, activities and services.With regard to employment, the university is committed to equal opportunity in all personnel actions suchas recruitment, hiring, promotion and compensation. Sexual harassment and other forms of discriminatoryharassment are prohibited under university policy.The university strives to promote full realization of equal employment opportunity through a positive, continuingaffirmative action program in compliance with federal Executive Order 11246. The program includes measuringperformance against specific annual hiring goals, monitoring progress, and reporting on good faith efforts andresults in annual affirmative action plan reports. As a government contractor, the university is committed to anaffirmative policy of hiring and advancing in employment qualified persons with disabilities and covered veterans.For information on policies or complaint procedures, contact the campus EEO director or coordinator:Honolulu Community College: Monique Tingkang, EEO/AA Coordinator874 Dillingham Blvd., Honolulu, HI 96817; 808 -844-2398UH Community Colleges: Mary Perreira, EEO/AA Director; Office of the Vice President for Community Colleges;2327 Dole Street; Honolulu, HI, 96822; (808) 956-4650 (Voice/Text)HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-20205

Academic CalendarsFALL 2019AUGUST 26 – DECEMBER 20, 2019Please refer to MyUH Services for updates (www.myuh.hawaii.edu)Apr 08Apr 08-12First Day of Fall 2019 RegistrationFall 2019 Early Registration Begins for Continuing Students enrolled in Spring 2019 at any UH campusRegister on STAR (See FALL EARLY REGISTRATION TIMETABLE)Apr 16Fall 2019 Registration begins for New, Re-admit and Transfer StudentsAug 19Faculty Duty period begins (for 9-month Instructional)Aug 26INSTRUCTION BEGINSAug 26-Sep 03LATE REGISTRATION Period, 30 feeADD PERIOD for open classes only, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)Aug 26-Nov 04DROP PERIOD, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)(See Refund & Academic Record deadlines below.)Aug 27-Sep 03NO SHOW POLICY (Students must attend the first or second day of class (see catalog page 53)Sept 02Labor Day (Federal & State Holiday) 31, 2Sep 03Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a 100% Tuition RefundSept 17Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a 50% Tuition Refund, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)1Last day to Drop/Withdraw without a “W” grade on Academic RecordOct 11Last day for Students to submit Spring & Summer 2019 Incomplete (”I”) make-up work to InstructorsOct 25Last day to change to CR/NC and AUDIT grading optionsLast Day for Instructors to submit Spring & Summer 2019 Incomplete (“I”) make-up grades to Records OfficeNov 01Last day to CHANGE MAJOR for Spring 2020 Early RegistrationNov 04DROP PERIOD ENDS - Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a “W” grade on Academic RecordNov 11Veterans’ Day (Federal & State Holiday)Nov 15Last day to apply for FALL GRADUATIONNov 28-29Thanksgiving Recess (Nov. 28 Federal & State Holiday) 3(Nov 29 Bookstore closed)Dec 12INSTRUCTION ENDSDec 13Study Period; no classes, no exams.Dec 16-2061EVALUATION PERIOD (See FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE)Dec 20FALL SEMESTER ENDSDec 23FACULTY DEADLINE to submit grades for Fall 2019 via MyUH Portal by 4:00 p.m.Dec 25Christmas (Federal & State Holiday) 3HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-202011, 2

Academic CalendarsSPRING 2020JANUARY 13 – MAY 15, 2020Please refer to MyUH Services for updates (www.myuh.hawaii.edu)Nov 04, 2019Nov 04-08Spring 2020 Registration begins for Continuing Students from the Fall 2019 semester(Please refer to MyUH Services for updates.)Registration begins for New, Re-admit and Transfer students enrolled in Fall 2019 at any UH campusNov 11Veteran’s Day (Holiday)Nov 12Registration begins for New, Re-admit and Transfer studentsJan 01, 2020Jan 13Jan 13-21Jan 13-Mar 27New Year’s Day (Federal & State Holiday) 3INSTRUCTION BEGINS - DAY SCHOOL AND APPRENTICESHIPLATE REGISTRATION Period, 30 feeADD PERIOD for open classes only, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)No Show Policy - Students must attend first or second class. (See Catalog page 53)DROP PERIOD, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)(See Refund & Academic Record deadlines below.)1Jan 20Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Federal & State Holiday) 3Jan 21Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a 100% Tuition Refund, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)Feb 05Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a 50% Tuition Refund, 5 fee in person (No fee for online transactions)1Last day to Drop/Withdraw without a “W” grade on Academic RecordFeb 17Presidents’ Day (Federal & State Holiday) 3Mar 06Non- Instructional Day: Excellence in Education Conference (Tentative)Last Day for students to submit Fall 2019 Incomplete (“I”) make-up work to instructorsMar 16Last day to apply for SPRING 2020 GRADUATION CEREMONYMar 16-201, 2Spring RecessMar 20Last Day for Instructors to submit Fall 2019 Incomplete (“I”) make-up grades to the Records OfficeLast day to change to CR/NC and AUDIT grading optionsMar 26Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalaniana‘ole Day (Holiday)Mar 27DROP PERIOD ENDS - Last day to Drop/Withdraw with a “W” grade on Academic RecordApr 01Last day to CHANGE MAJOR for Fall 2020 Early RegistrationApr 06Registration for Summer/Fall 2020 classes begins (Please refer to MyUH Services for updates).Apr 10Good Friday (State Holiday) 3May 07INSTRUCTION ENDSMay 08Study Period; no classes, no examsMay 11-151, 21EVALUATION PERIOD (See FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE)May 15SPRING SEMESTER ENDSSPRING 2020 GRADUATIONMay 18FACULTY DEADLINE to submit grades for Spring 2020 via MyUH Portal by 4:00 p.m. HSTHONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-20207

Academic CalendarsSUMMER 2020MAY 26 – AUGUST 14, 2020Please refer to MyUH Portal for updates (www.myuh.hawaii.edu)April 06Registration for Summer/Fall 2020 classes begins (Please refer to MyUH Portal for updates.)May 25Memorial Day (Federal & State Holiday) 3May 26Summer Session I begins (May 26 - July 02 Session)Jun 11King Kamehameha I Day (State Holiday) 3Jul 03Independence Day (Federal & State Holiday) 3Jul 06Summer Session II begins (July 06 - Aug 14 Session)Aug 17FACULTY DEADLINE to submit grades for Summer 2020 via MyUH Portal by 4:00 p.m.Aug 21Statehood Day (State Holiday) 3Notes for Fall, Spring and Summer Academic Calendars: Please refer to the Honolulu CC website www.honolulu.hawaii.edu for updated information. Students may access grades via MyUH Services. Weekend classes will meet before Monday holidays/recesses and following Friday holidays/recesses. Exception: no classes will meet the weekend following Spring Recess.81Withdrawal and Drop Dates are different for classes that are NOT semester-length or a full summer session.See ACADEMIC REGULATIONS-REGISTRATION in this catalog, or Class Availability at www.myuh.hawaii.edu,or contact the Records Office.2Refund Dates are different for classes that are NOT semester-length. See TUITION & FEES-REFUNDS in this catalog,or Class Availability at www.myuh.hawaii.edu, or contact the Business Office.3On Federal Holidays, classes scheduled on Military Bases and labs associated with Military-Base classes will not meet.On State Holidays and Recesses, classes scheduled at other facilities will not meet.HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-2020

TABLE OF CONTENTSAcademic CalendarsFALL 2019. 6SPRING 2020. 7SUMMER 2020. 8General InformationABOUT THE COLLEGE.14History of the College.14Accreditation.14Philosophy and Mission.14Institutional Learning Outcomes.16EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES.16CAMPUS SAFETY AND SECURITY. 17GRADUATION AND PERSISTENCE RATES.18PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION.18Services for StudentsSERVICES FOR STUDENTS.21Academic Counseling.22Bookstore.22C.A.R.E.23Career Services.23Child Care.23Computer Lab Facilities.24Food Service.24Hawaiian Center.24Health Office.26Housing Information.27Library.27STAR.27Student ACCESS (Disability Services).28Student Life.29Testing and Tutoring.30TRIO-Student Support Services.31Writing Center.31Paying for CollegeTUITION.34FINANCIAL AID.38VETERAN’S BENEFITS.44Regulations and PoliciesACADEMIC REGULATIONS.46Classification of Students in Credit Programs.46Admissions Information.47Registration, Withdrawals, and Other Changes.53Credits, Grades, and Examinations.56Family Educational Rights and Privacy of Students.63HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-20209

Table of ContentsSTUDENT REGULATIONS.66General Rights and Responsibilities.66Student Conduct Code.66Academic Integrity.66Disciplinary Action.67Financial Obligations.67Student Participation in Assessment.67COLLEGE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES.68Academic Grievance.68Academic Rights and Freedoms of Students.68Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action.68Title IX.69Illicit Drugs and Alcohol.70UH Tobacco Products Policy.71Lethal Weapons.71Personal Property.71Copyright Policy.71Degrees and CertificatesGRADUATION INFORMATION.74REVERSE TRANSFER AND AUTOMATIC NOTIFICATION OF CREDENTIALS.75UH COMMUNITY COLLEGES ACADEMIC CREDENTIALS.76I. Certificates and Competencies.76II. Career and Technical Education Degrees.77III. Liberal Arts Degree.80Program DescriptionsCAREER AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMS.90AJ- Administration of Justice.90AERO - Aeronautics Maintenance Technology.92APTR - Applied Trades.95AEC - Architectural, Engineering and CAD Technologies.98ABRP - Auto Body Repair and Painting.101AMT - Automotive Technology.103CARP - Carpentry Technology. 105CA- Communication Arts.107CSNT - Computing, Security, and Networking Technology. 109COSM - Cosmetology.114DISL - Diesel Mechanics Technology. 117ECED - Early Childhood Education.119EIMT - Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology.124FT- Fashion Technology.126FIRE - Fire and Environmental Emergency Response.129HSER - Human Services.132MELE - Music & Entertainment Learning Experience.134OESM - Occupational and Environmental Safety Management.137RAC - Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology.139SMP - Sheet Metal and Plastics Technology.141MARR - Small Vessel Fabrication and Repair.143WELD - Welding Technology. 14610HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-2020

Table of ContentsLIBERAL ARTS DEPARTMENTS, DISCIPLINES AND FACULTY. 148General Education. 148Humanities.149Information and Computer Science.149Kūlana Hawai‘i (Hawaiian Programs).149Language Arts.149Mathematics.149Natural Sciences.150Social Sciences.150Hawaiian Studies (AA).150Natural Science (AS).153Asian Studies (ASC).158Communication (ASC). 160Psychology (ASC).161Special Programs & CoursesSPECIAL PROGRAMS AND COURSES. 163Apprenticeship Training.164Construction Academy. 165Continuing Education and Training. 165Cooperative Education.166Distance Education. 167Emeritus College. 167Experimental Courses. 167Fujio Matsuda Technology Training & Education Center.168Introduction to College English (ICE).168Jump Start.168Learning Community.168Marine Option Certificate Program. 169Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training (PCATT). 169Pearl Harbor Apprenticeship Training. 170ROTC Classes. 171Running Start. 171Service Learning Courses. 171Special Studies. 172Sustainability Designation Class. 172Course DescriptionsCOURSE DESCRIPTIONS.173Administration, Faculty & StaffUNIVERSITY OF HAWAI‘I LEADERSHIP. 248EXCELLENCE IN TEACHING AWARD RECIPIENTS. 249FACULTY AND STAFF. 250INDEX. 258OFF-CAMPUS SITES MAP. 262MAIN CAMPUS MAP. 265HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-202011

COMMENCEMEMENT 2018Honolulu Community College’s annual commencementceremony, held at the Waikiki Shell, recognizes theacademic achievement of our students who have reachedan academic milestone. It marks the end of one chapterin their lives, but also celebrates new beginnings.Congratulations to all of our graduates!12HONOLULU COMMUNITY COLLEGE CATALOG 2019-2020


General Info - About the CollegeABOUT THE COLLEGEHistory of the CollegeHonolulu Community College (Honolulu CCwas established in 1920 as the Territorial TradeSchool in Kapālama. Subsequently, it becamepart of McKinley High School, but was laterreestablished as Honolulu Vocational School. Itbecame the Honolulu Technical School in 1955before bec

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