The school may now enroll or re-enroll students who live outside of Hawaii

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, Honolulu, HI, April 10, 2024. Hawaii Medical College, a private, accredited career college in Honolulu, that trains students for support roles in healthcare, has been approved by the National Council of State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements (NC-SARA). The agreement helps expand students’ access to educational opportunities and ensures more efficient, consistent, and effective regulation of distance learning programs. This means that students across the United States may enroll or re-enroll and complete Hawaii Medical College’s programs through distance learning. 

For 17 years the professional staff has provided a supportive learning environment for students in a variety of medical careers. Hawaii Medical College (HMC) guides students on their path to well-paying positions with programs in Clinical Medical Assisting (CMA), Healthcare Administration/Billing and Coding (HABC), Advanced Nurse Aide/Patient Care Technician (ANA/PCT), and Pharmacy Technician.

With this approval the student base can expand beyond the shores of Hawaii. Perhaps, more importantly, students who moved prior to completing their programs may now complete them. Also, those who are afraid of being relocated due to military or other obligations need not fear being unable to complete their diploma or degree.

“We are very pleased to be able to serve a larger base, and help those who are not on our shores complete a program in much needed healthcare fields,” stated Ashton Cudjoe, President & CEO of Hawaii Medical College. 

To learn more about the programs of Hawaii Medical College, how to enroll and how they assist students on their journey, visit