University of Phoenix-Hawaii


The University of Phoenix in Hawaii provides a range of undergraduate and graduate programs and allows students to complete their degree completely online.

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Overall Score (about) Insufficient Data
Total Cost On-Campus Attendance $10,912
Admission Success rate N/A
Student Ratio Students-to-Faculty N/A
Retention (full-time / part-time) 67% / N/A
Enrollment Total (all students) 351


Prospective undergraduate students are required to submit test scores and must be employed or in an organization where they can apply what they’ve learned. Prospective graduate students must have completed three years of full-time employment after earning their undergraduate degree, and must meet minimum undergraduate GPA requirements.

Students are admitted based on the above factors. Nursing and medical programs have additional admissions criteria.

Financial Aid

The entire University of Phoenix system takes part in federal grant and loan programs. Additionally, the school offers several payment options and tuition assistance through private loans as well as a special financing program for those in the military.

Student Financial Aid Details

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Like many University of Phoenix campus, most students at the University of Phoenix Hawaii complete their coursework online. For many projects, students collaborate using the internet, and interact with professors online or over the phone.

University of Phoenix-Hawaii also offers several classes in an on-campus setting.

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