Workshops in partnership with the Maida Kamber Center (MKC) to prepare you for the transferring process.
Description: Ka'ie'ie is a degree pathway program with the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (UHM). It is a dual-admission, dual-enrollment program for students who would like to pursue a four-year undergraduate degree but choose to begin their degree at Kapi'olani Community College.
Come and learn about the program and application process. No sign-up required.
Ka'ie'ie application deadlines are
March 1 to join the program for Fall entry.
October 1 to join the program for Spring entry.
Resources: Ka’ie’ie (Degree Pathway Partnership) Website
Ka’ie’ie is a dual admission, dual-enrollment program focused on students’ successfully completing their degrees. As a Ka’ie’ie student, you are admitted to the University of Hawai’i at Manoa and take all your courses at Kapi’olani Community College until you are ready to transfer smoothly and successfully to UHM. Ka’ie’ie students will easily be able to access resources and academic advising at both institutions.
The main goal of Ka’ie’ie is to help students graduate with a bachelor’s degree within as close as possible to a total of four years (or the equivalent in part-time attendance)
Kapi‘olani Community College Ka‘ie‘ie Coordinators, QUESTIONS?
Jennifer Brown: UH Manoa Ka‘ie‘ie/Transfer Specialist
Kapiolani Community College,
Joseph Yoshida (Counselor)
Maida Kamber Center for Career Exploration, Transfer & Graduation Services
Kapi`olani Community College