The University of Hawaiʻi–West Oʻahu General Catalog is a good overview of what the University offers, its policies, services, and general information. This includes Admissions requirements, financial aid, the cost of attendance, services available to students, policies, and graduation requirements.
The UH West Oʻahu General Catalog also provides a description of divisions, degrees, and courses.
Although every effort is made to keep the catalog correct and current, inevitably there will be some changes in courses and program requirements. It is highly recommended that students consult faculty and/or academic advisors for the most current information. The catalog is not intended as a full compilation of regulations, policies, or programs, and should not be regarded as a legal contract between UH West Oʻahu and the student. Students should check with the University for details concerning other policies that may affect specific enrollment or registration status.
The University reserves the right to make changes to the policies contained herein, including changes in tuition, fees, courses and programs; to cancel classes where necessary; to set maximum limits for enrollment in certain classes; and to discontinue services without prior notice. Notice of such changes will be given when possible.