Registration Details for Specific Student Groups
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.
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.
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 are entitled to 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.