Student Services

What's for Lunch!

Message from Vice-Chancellor of Student Affairs


We are here to help you!

While your courses have moved online, your College is safely open and many services have moved online. Listed below is information to keep you updated and resources to support you through the end of the semester. Your health and safety are important to us, continue to practice social distancing!

Services Available for Students Updated for Spring 2020:

Advising/Counseling - You can email or call the Academic Advising Department at, or the counselor in your major directly for an appointment. Phone, Zoom and limited face to face appointments are available. 

Admissions and Records - The Admissions and Records Office is here to 
help you apply for college, get ready to enroll in classes, maintain your academic records and apply for graduation.
You can contact the Admissions and Records office by phone, 245-8225, email,, or in person. You can upload documents from your UH email account. Please send documents to

Library- We are here to help with your research.  Email to set up a Zoom or phone meeting.
Chromebooks are available for checkout for students for the rest of the Spring 2020 semester

Financial Aid - You can email or call the Financial Aid office at or 245-8360 to set up a phone, Zoom or a face to face appointment. For prompt service, email is recommended. 

Career Center - You can email, or call the Career Center at 245-0132 to set up a  Phone, Zoom or a  face to face 

Student Mental Health and Wellness Services/Hale Malama Care Center - You can email at  or call 245-8314 to set up a  Phone or Zoom appointment.

Disability Services - You can email,,  or call 245-8317 to set up a phone, Zoom or a  face to face appointment. Academic Support Center - Tutoring, Study Skills - Please use the email -,  to request appointments. Most tutoring is being offered via Zoom, phone and text. If you know your tutor's contact information, you can contact them directly.

Testing Center - Please email,, or call the testing center at 245-8306 to make an appointment. Some remote 
testing is available.

Veteran's Center -  You can email,, or call 245-8317 to set up a  phone, Zoom or a  face to face appointment.

Waialeale and Kipaipai - You can contact the office at 245-8383, 245-0105 or email  You can contact your mentor via text, phone or email to make an appointment. Most Appts with students are being offered via phone, text, facetime, or zoom meetings, except for food bank pickups.



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The Student Advising Office is staffed with experienced people who work one-on-one with students to develop comprehensive educational plans. Academic Advising
Academic Support Center. Our goal is to help students at Kaua`i Community College succeed by providing exceptional academic coaching and support. We are staffed with accomplished peer tutors, instructors, and community volunteers.
The Admissions and Records Office is here to help you apply, get ready to enroll in classes, maintain your academic records and assist you in applying for graduation.

Career Center. We bridge the gap between college and industry by offering assistance in choosing a career and/or just preparing the student for employment. 

Melissa Henry
Career Counselor
Phone: (808) 245-0132

Jobs & Employment

Disability Services, For disability accommodations, please contact our office at 245-8260 or email:
To apply for federal student aid, you need to complete the FAFSA®. Financial Aid Office
Health Insurance. As you get ready for the upcoming semester, healthcare is probably the last thing on your mind, but many times the unexpected happens and if you get sick or get hurt. You'll feel better knowing you have a health plan to take care of you.
International Program. We help people from other countries become students at Kauai Community College and we help local students experience exciting global educational opportunities.

Do you want to transfer to UH Manoa? Do you have at least one semester left at Kauaʻi Community College? Join the Kaʻieʻie Program!

Kaʻieʻie - the ʻieʻie vines were used by Native Hawaiians in canoe building. Kahuna wrapped the vines around koa trees where the crown was to be removed, and after several prayers, the tree was cut. Kaʻieʻie transfer counselors cultivate and prepare the koa trees before handing them off to students who can build their canoe and sail on their pathway.

Through the program, students will:

  • Receive Academic Advising at KAUCC and UHM
  • Develop a 4-year academic plan 
  • Early transfer credit evaluations
  • Early registration upon transferring to UHM
  • Take courses at Kaua'i CC and UHM simultaneously 
  • Waived $70 UHM application fee
  • Waived $200 tuition deposit upon transfer

Visit our website to find out if youʻre eligible!

Shauna Sibonga Kaʻieʻie Transfer CounselorFor more information about the Kaʻieʻie Program or general UH Manoa transfer questions, contact:

Shauna Sibonga
Kaʻieʻie Transfer Counselor

For information about other transfer options to UHM, visit the Manoa Transfer Coordination Center

The first year of college is critical because it forms a foundation for each student's success. At Kaua`i Community College, we help students by providing a variety of support services and resources in preparation for their first year. The Kipaipai Program ensures that every student has the support needed to have an "amazing" first year at college. Visit webpage
The University of Hawai`i system, along with Kaua`i Community College is committed to building an inclusive community that supports and advocates for all students. We welcome all members of our community to our campuses: lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, māhū, and people of all gender identities. Visit Webpage
Mental Health Counseling, please contact our office at 808.245.8314 or email:
PAU Violence Kaua'i, We (UH Faculty, Staff, Students, and our Community Partners) get together to plan, coordinate and put on events and establish programs to foster discussion about the many forms of violence.
Placement is required to take an English or math course other than ENG 75 and MATH 75X. Placement Test.
New Students for Fall 2018 will be notified of their registration date by the admissions office. 
Continuing Spring 2018 students may register anytime on or after their registration start date.  Early registration is encouraged because classes fill on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration information
Scholarships, like grants, are free money! There are many different types of scholarships available. We highly encourage students to apply for as many scholarships as possible. Apply for Scholarship
Steps To Enroll, we are dedicated to providing you with the assistance you need to achieve your academic and career goals.
Student Code of Conductestablish the policy and guidelines relating to the systemwide student conduct code.
Student Life located on the 2nd floor of the Campus Center supports five programs. This includes the Student Government, University of Hawaii Student Caucus, Student Activities Council, Registered Independent Campus Organizations and management of the Student Life Center. 
Attend a student orientation before the beginning of each semester. Get to know your instructors and learn about available campus services and other important information. Student Orientation
Students Policies. Read about college policies
Kaua'i Community College’s Testing Center supports student and community success by providing academic and professional examination facilities both internally to faculty, staff, and students and externally to the Kauai community. Testing Center.
The Wai'ale'ale Project is a special program funded by generous donors and community foundations. This program allows eligible Kaua'i and Ni'ihau residents to take classes at Kaua'i Community College for "free." Visit webpage
Title IX (Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct) is a landmark federal civil rights law that prohibits sex discrimination in education. Kauai Community College is committed to maintaining and promoting safe and respectful campus environments that are free from sex discrimination and gender-based violence, including but not limited to dating violence, domestic violence, gender-based harassment, sexual assault, sexual harassment, and stalking. Visit the website for more information.
Wellness Center, All of our services are confidential, and most services are free of charge.