Student Services

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!

 Online Learning Resources 

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  • Mon-Tues: 8am - 7pm
  • Wed-Thur: 8am - 4:30pm
  • Fri: 8am - 4pm

14 Windows workstations with free printing are available
3 private study rooms are available for Zoom meetings or similar on a first-come, first-served basis

WiFi Internet Access


  • Mon-Tues: 8am - 7pm
  • Wed-Thur: 8am - 4:30pm
  • Fri: 8am - 4pm


  • Lots P2 & P3 (Back side of OCET Building and fronting Daniel Inouye Tech Center)
    5am - 9pm

One Stop Center

  • Mon-Fri: 7:45am - 4:30pm
If you need a chromebook in order to access your online courses, they are available free of charge at the KCC Library.  These chromebooks are available to be checked out now and will need to be returned by the end of the semester. 
In order to maintain social distancing, we ask that you fill out this Google form if you are interested in reserving a chromebook. This will allow the library to process your request and have your chromebook ready for pickup.  If you have questions, please call 808-245-8233. 
Kauai CC Student Identification Card/Kaulana Bus Pass is available starting Monday, August 3, 2020.
Hours of operations are scheduled for the following:
  • Tuesday – 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
  • Wednesday – 9:00 am to 3:30 pm
  • Thursday – 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
  1. For new student ID’s, please email the following requests to
    • SELF PORTRAIT – cropped shoulders and face in jpeg on a preferred white or neutral background. Do not wear a cap, beanie, sunglasses, face masks etc.
    • COMPLETED STUDENT ID APPLICATION FORMClick here to download the form
    • VALID COPY OF PICTURE ID FOR VERIFICATION – examples include State of Hawaii Driver’s License or State of Hawaii Identification Card.
    • Email the above requests to through the MyUH email system and please include in the subject line: Student ID Card Request. An email will be sent when ID Card can be picked up at the Counseling and Advising Center, One Stop Center. A valid picture ID is required for verification.
  2.  For continuing students requesting new ID expiration stickers, please come to the Counseling and Advising Office located at the One Stop Center on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.
  3. For faculty and staff ID cards please obtain a blank access card from Sheri Amimoto at OSC Rm. 205A and email for appointment.

Click Here to Schedule Appointment With a Counselor

♦Counseling and Advising - Academic counselors are here to help you register for classes! You can email or call 808-245-8212, or contact the counselor in your major directly for an appointment. Phone and Zoom appointments are available. 
Counseling and Advising to include Express Advising Appointments Monday- Friday 9:00-3:00 (except holidays) starting August 18- September 4
♦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, 808-245-8225, email,, or in person. At this time, it is recommended to email documents to  If it is sensitive information, you are welcome to use the UH FileDrop system,  Emails should be sent from your email address as it serves as your signature.  

The library is open:

  • Monday and Tuesday:  8:00 am to 7:00 pm, 
  • Wednesday and Thursday:  8:00 am to 4:30 pm and 
  • Friday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm; 
  • closed on holidays. 

We are here to help with research for your course assignments.  Please let us know how we can help.  Email or call 808-245-8233 to set up a phone or Zoom appointment or stop by the Library during open hours for in-person assistance.

♦Financial Aid - You can email or call the Financial Aid office at or 808-245-8360 to set up a phone or Zoom appointment. For prompt service, email is recommended. For extra security and to protect your privacy, submit documentation to the Financial Aid office by logging in to the UH FileDrop system using your UH email address at
♦Career Center - You can email Melissa Henry at or call the Career Center at 808-245-0132 to set up a phone, Zoom or in person appointment.
♦Hale Malama Care Center - You can email Brian Kohatsu at or call 808-245-8314 to set up a phone or Zoom appointment for counseling for individuals, couples, and groups. Please visit our website to view all of our services. 
Need $$$ for food, books, gas, or a bus pass? The HINET (Hawaii  Nutrition Employment and Training) Hoola Ike program provides assistance to students in applying for SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) benefits. HINET participants are eligible to receive a number of benefits including books and transportation, mileage, or bus pass reimbursements. For assistance you can call Berna Souza at 808-245-01060 or email to schedule an appointment via phone or Zoom during this COVID pandemic. 
♦Disability Services - You can email Alicia Sams at, or call 808-245-8317 to set up a phone or Zoom appointment. 
♦Academic Support Center - Tutoring and study skills services are available. While most services will be provided remotely, a limited number of sessions will be offered in person. Please email or call 245-8394 by 3:00 pm the day before you would like to schedule your to appointment. If you know your tutor's contact information, you may contact him or her directly. Students can also use at no charge through their My UH portal.  
♦Testing Center - Please email or call 808-245-8306 to make an appointment. Some remote testing is available.
♦Veterans’ Support Center - You can email Alicia Sams at or call the VSC at 808-245-8391 to set up a phone or Zoom appointment.
Waialeale Project - The Wai’ale’ale project is a very special program funded by generous donors allowing Kaua’i residents an opportunity to try college for free. Please email or call 808.245.8383 for questions.
Kipaipai Program - The Kīpaipai Program ensures that every student has the support needed to have an "amazing" first year at college. "Kīpaipai " means: to encourage and inspire. The Kīpaipai  Program helps students succeed academically and personally through a comprehensive set of activities, courses and one-on-one support.
Business Office
You can submit tuition payments online through  If you need to submit a payment in person, please email to schedule an appointment. 
♦Campus Wellness Center - You can contact the center at 808-245-8307. If we do not answer, please leave a message and we will return your call. You can also email us at You may also call the nurse practitioner on call, Tammie Napoleon, at 808-245-8307.  She will check her messages daily and respond to messages.  We are here to help you with initial TB screening.



♦Student Life Center - Should you need to update your Student ID Card and/or Kaulana Bus Pass for Fall 2020, please contact for assistance.
♦ASUH-KCC Student Government - Students who have concerns or suggestions to improve services to students can contact SG President Mark Baltazar at or Student Life Coordinator John Constantino at
♦Student Clubs - Registered Independent Campus Organizations and clubs are encouraged to submit club grants for Fall 2020. Please contact Student Life Coordinator John Constantino at for assistance.