Hawaii Colleges 2017 Key Statistics

Hawaii Colleges 2017 Key Statistics

Average Tuition & Fees $13,840 ($4,847)
Average Acceptance Rates 73.11 %
Total Student Population 69,696
Average Graduation Rates 43.15 %
Average Student To Faculty Ratio 14.87 to 1

Hawaii Colleges Overview

In academic year 2016-2017, there are 27 colleges universities in Hawaii State - 11 public and 16 private schools. Next table shows the number of schools by school type and level.

Hawaii Colleges Distribution
Number of Schools
Private (not-for-profit)6
Private (for-profit)10
4 Year or High14
2-4 Year9
Less than 2 year4

Average Academic Statistics for Hawaii State Colleges

[chart] Hawaii Colleges Academic Statistics
Average Acceptance Rate for Hawaii colleges is 73.111111111111 %.
Average Graduation Rate for Hawaii colleges is 43.15 %
Average Transfer-out Rate for Hawaii colleges is 16 %
Average Retention Rate for Hawaii colleges is 67.4 %
Total Student Population for Hawaii colleges is 69,696
Average Student to Faculty Ratio for Hawaii colleges is 14.869565217391 %

Hawaii Colleges Student Services

Next table summarizes the number of schools that provide student services by type.

Student Services at Hawaii
Remedial services17 out of 27 Schools
Academic/career counseling service25 out of 27 Schools
Employment services for students17 out of 27 Schools
Placement services for completers20 out of 27 Schools
On-campus day care for students' children7 out of 27 Schools
Library facilities at institution24 out of 27 Schools

Offered Degrees At Hawaii Colleges

Hawaii colleges and universities are offering 843 programs through online and on-site education. Next table lists number of programs by offered degree.

Offered Programs at Hawaii State
Award LevelTotal Number of ProgramsAvailable Online Class
Less than one year certificate162
One but less than two years certificate991
Associate's Degree15418
Two but less than four years certificate50
Bachelor's Degree30342
Post Bachelor's Degree320
Master's Degree16133
Post Master's Degree40
Doctor's degree - research/scholarship612
Doctor's degree - professional practice80

2016-2017 Average Tuition & Fees For Hawaii Colleges

For undergraduate schools, in academic year 2016-2017, the average tuition & fess for Hawaii colleges is $4,847 for Hawaii residents and $13,840 for non-residents. For graduate schools, its average tuition and fees are $14,057 for in-state students and $20,079 for out-of-state students.

Hawaii 2016-2017 Average Tuition & Fees
[chart] Hawaii State 2016-2017 Average Tuition & Fees

Special Learning Opportunities at Hawaii State

Next table shows the number of Hawaii schools which are offering special learning by category.

Special Learning Opportunities at Hawaii State
Online Completely0 out of 27 Schools
Undergraduate Online Classes16 out of 27 Schools
Graduate Online Classes6 out of 27 Schools
ROTC7 out of 27 Schools
ROTC Army7 out of 27 Schools
ROTC Navy0 out of 27 Schools
ROTC Air Force6 out of 27 Schools
Weekend/Evening College16 out of 27 Schools
Teacher certificate6 out of 27 Schools
Study Abroad9 out of 27 Schools
Campus Housing7 out of 27 Schools

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