All students are now able to use STAR, a Guided Pathway to Graduation, for all course registration. Details on all the options and features of STAR, along with some video tutorials are on Leeward's STAR webpage.
Reminder: You must have your TB and MMR health clearances prior to registering for classes.
Spring 2017 Registration Information
(spring semester: January 9 - May 3, 2017)
- November 7 - First Day of Early Registration
- November 8-11 - Early Registration begins for Continuing Students enrolled in Fall 2016 at any UH Campus.
- New, returning, and transfer students will receive information about registering at New Student Orientation (NSO).
Give your instructor your UH ID. Once faculty approval is secured, you must still register for the course either via STAR. All deadlines related to adding are on the Academic Calendar or the Part of Term table for modular/accelerated courses.
Dropping classes is also accomplished via STAR. All deadlines related to dropping semester long courses are on the Academic Calendar; for Part of Term (accelerated or modular courses), refer to the Part of Term Table.
If you need help, see the STAR videos.
As soon as you know you will not be attending a class, you should officially drop it so that you won't receive a failing grade. A grade of “F” may be issued to students for courses they are no longer attending but have not officially dropped. A grade of “W” will be issued to students for courses they officially drop by the deadline. You are responsible for paying for your tuition and fees for the courses you are enrolled in regardless if you are attending or not. Details on dropping all your classes.
For Part of Term (modular or accelerated) courses, which have different start and end dates, that are completed, the appropriate grade as assigned by the instructor will be recorded on your permanent academic record. Critical deadlines for these course are in the Part of Term table.
For information on cancelled classes, please check the class status lists posted and updated daily on the web site. Notices will also be posted at the scheduled meeting place for each class that has been cancelled.
Closed classes are those that are already filled to capacity. Check the website for daily updates. In order to enroll in a closed class, a student must first get the approval of the faculty member then must register for the class using their MyUH account.
Some classes offer a Wait List. If the class is cloased when you register, but has the WAIT LIST designation, click on the large "W" to be added to that classes' Wait List. The Wait List video shows you what it looks like.You'll be notified by email if a seat opens up. You need to confirm that you still want the class be registering via STAR within 24 hours of the email notification.
Senior citizens who qualify for the Hawaii Senior Citizen Visitor status should contact the Admissions and Records Office (AD 220) for application and registration information. Senior Citizen Visitor status is not offered for summer sessions.
Early Admission Students
Hawai‘i high school juniors and seniors may register for courses on a space available-basis. For further admission information and assistance, contact your high school counselor.
Additional information at: www.leeward.hawaii.edu/apply-high-school
Running Start Students
Through a special arrangement between the State Department of Education and the University of Hawai‘i, public high school juniors and seniors may register for selected Leeward CC courses. Students who successfully complete the course will earn college credit as well as satisfy high school graduation requirements. For more information contact your high school counselor.
Additional information at: www.leeward.hawaii.edu/apply-high-school
Faculty and Staff Registration
Please contact Admissions and Records for semester-specific dates.
Disregard any other assigned registration appointment date and time printed or written on any registration materials you receive or are issued.
Deadlines to process the tuition waiver forms on-line or in-person at the Leeward CC’s Cashier’s Office is the first day of classes. Tuition Waivers presented after these dates will not be processed.
Nonresidents: To Change Residency Status for Tuition Purposes
If you are currently a nonresident but have established permanent residency in Hawai‘i, you may petition for a change in residence status. Please iinquire at the Admissions and Records Office, room AD 220, for details and deadline information.
Senior Citizen Visitor Program
Eligible senior citizens may attend Leeward CC without payment of tuition and fees as a “visitor” and must “register” for classes after the regular tuition-paying students have completed their registration. Senior citizens may attend Leeward Community College on “visitor” status if space is available and if they meet these conditions:
- Sixty years of age or older at or prior to the first day of the semester.
- Resident of the State of Hawai‘i as prescribed by the University’s definition of residency.
- Meet the prerequisites for admission and for enrollment in a course.
Senior citizens may also take courses as auditor. Admissions requirements are the same as for other applicants. The Senior Citizen Visitor Program does not apply during the Summer Session. All tuition waiver programs are subject to change due to legislative action. Contact the Admissions and Records Office for information and application forms.
Senior citizens must abide by the UH Student Conduct Code.
The late registration period for semester-long courses each semester begins on Monday and ends on Friday at 11:59 P.M. of the first week of instruction. For courses that meet on Saturday and Sunday, late registration is accepted on the following Monday at the Admissions and Records Office. Access to MyUH for registration purposes is disabled early Saturday morning by Banner Central.
To accommodate student and instructor requests for exceptions to the official late registration period, the College has adopted the following late registration procedure:
- the official i.e. Banner late registration period is maintained at 1 week
- an unofficial i.e. Leeward late registration “window” is created and lasts until the end of the third week of the semester.*Students are required to get the instructor's approval via the Late Registration Card-available from A&R beginning the second week of instruction. *Instructors must sign and date the Card and input Capacity override approval for a closed class via their MyUH account if necessary-not through Laulima. Registration into the course is done at the Admissions and Records Office windows by the student no later than 3:00 P.M on Friday of the third week of instruction . In addition to any tuition and fees, A&R will charge the $5 change of registration fee;
- beginning with the fourth week of the semester, NO appeals will be accepted-with or without instructor approval.
Instructors can assist students avoid registration problems by checking their MyUH Portal class rosters often-especially during the first three weeks of the semester when dropping and adding classes is occurring. Reminder: Laulima is the University of Hawaii’s online Collaboration and Learning Environment for use in online and web‐enhanced (hybrid) classes. Laulima provides instructors and students with accessibility to course content and communication tools for interaction between the instructor and students within the course Adding or dropping a student in Laulima does not affect the official student record. The student is required to add or drop a course through their MyUH account
Registration into a course obligates you financially and academically even if you do not attend any classes or make payment by applicable deadlines. If payment in full is not received or you have not enrolled in the payment plan by the published deadline, the University of Hawai’i reserves the right to cancel your registration and place a financial hold on your student account which may deny you any further services such as future registration, transcripts, verification of student status request, etc.
All registered students will be liable for all applicable tuition and other related fees whether or not they attend those classes. Students are advised to officially withdraw from the classes they do not plan to attend. Failure to withdraw may result in a financial obligation and a failing grade. The college has the right to disenroll students for non-payment.