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HAWAII MEDICAL COLLEGE
Our schedule is designed with the adult learner in mind. Students are given a well organized preset schedule to ensure that they get the most out of their educational experience. Successfully adhering to this preset schedule allows a student to complete in-class instruction in about a year.
• Completed Enrollment Application
• $50 Application processing fee
• High School Transcript
Hawaii Medical College limits enrollment in order to ensure that we are providing each student with the attention and opportunities they deserve. Start dates are listed on our Academic Calendar. There are 5 starts per year, and they are usually scheduled 10 weeks apart.
Hawaii Medical College requires that all students have a high school diploma.
Students are scheduled to take two classes every 5 weeks.
No, we do not offer weekend only classes. Only our evening students attend school on the weekend. The evening students are required to attend Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30pm – 9:30pm, and on Saturdays from 9:00am to 4:00pm.
Hawaii Medical College is approved by the Federal Department of Education to offer federal financial aid. The school code is 041822.
Yes. After careful review of the course description, and the school's course catalog we may accept credit from other accredited institutions.
We are required by our accreditation body to meet a minimum placement rate. Naturally, our placement rate fluctuates from year to year. We are continually developing relationships with employers to increase access to job opportunities. We are proud to say that all of the students that have worked with us and are willing to work have been offered a job.
Actually, we start the job search assistance before you complete the program.
We limit our enrollment to maintain a program student to teacher ratio of 1:12
All programs can be completed in about a year or around 60 weeks, 50 weeks of in-class instruction, and 10 weeks of internship/externship training.
Yes, we do have a dress code. A uniform is provided at the start of the program.
Yes, we offer several payment plans in addition to many other funding options. This information may be found on the Financial Aid page.