Distance Education at Hawai‘i Community College
Hawai‘i Community College (Hawai‘iCC) has partnered with the other University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges (UHCC) to offer a variety of Distance Education (DE) classes to meet the needs of our students.  In addition to courses taught at Hawai‘iCC, Hawai‘iCC students are able to enroll in DE classes from all other UH Community Colleges.  DE classes are offered in a variety of formats including: Internet-based (online), cable television, and interactive television classes.
Go to this page to find out about different types of DE courses, as well as important registration information.
Hawai‘iCC strives to provide online students with access to all campus-based student services.
View this page to learn more about Laulima, the University of Hawai‘i's online learning environment.
Do you have a proctored test coming up soon in your DE class?  View this page to find out all about how and where to take proctored DE tests.
Hawai‘iCC provides tutoring services in person at all three campuses, as well as tutoring through an online service.  Find out more about these services by viewing this page.

Online Tools and Resources

There are many resources and tools available online that can help you complete assignments and be more successful in distance education classes.  This page has information about three useful web tools.
Taking DE classes can be very different from taking traditional face-to-face, classroom-based classes.  In order to be successful in DE classes, you may need to change the way you prepare, participate, and study.  View this page for some helpful study skills and time management tips.
Have more questions?  Read our list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ).