|Credit Hours||Resident Tuition||Non-Resident Tuition||Pacific Island Jurisdiction and
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
|12 or more credits||$3,048||$8,808||$4,572|
PAYMENT INFORMATION AND DEADLINES
The University offers several ways for students to pay their bill. Payments are accepted online, in-person, or by mail. Besides these options, the University offers students the flexibility to pay their bill through installments using a payment plan. Payment plans are only available for the fall and spring terms. The cost to sign up is a nonrefundable, per-semester fee of $30. For more information, visit the UH FAQs for Student eCommerce Services.
|Visit MyUH||Cashier’s Office
Campus Center, C-141
Mon-Thurs, 8am – 4pm
Fri 8am – 3pm
Note: In-person credit card payments are not accepted.
|UH West O‘ahu Cashier’s Office
91-1001 Farrington Highway
Kapolei, HI 96707
Note: Please include the student’s UH ID number on the check.
Students who register for fall 2013 classes on or prior to, the payment deadline, July 26, 4:00pm, must submit payment of tuition and fees by this deadline. All students who have not made payment in full or have not signed up for the UH installment payment plan by the registration payment deadline may have their fall 2013 registration cancelled. Students receiving or who have applied for financial aid are advised to check with the Financial Aid Office at their home campus.
Students whose registration is cancelled for non-payment will be eligible to re-register for fall 2013 classes beginning August 5 at 12:01a.m.
Students are responsible for all applicable tuition and fees incurred for all fall 2013 registration activities (e.g., add/drop) whether or not classes were attended. Students are advised to officially withdraw from classes they do not plan to attend during the appropriate withdrawal and/or refund periods. Failure to withdraw will result in a financial obligation to the University of Hawai‘i and a possible failing grade for the class in question.
Students who register at more than one UH campus during fall 2013 should be aware that deadlines vary from campus to campus and it is the student’s responsibility to know and meet those deadlines.
Students that are awarded aid prior to the payment deadline for the fall 2013 semester will not be dropped from their courses at UH West O‘ahu. The students remain responsible for any tuition charges should they not complete their financial aid process, are determined ineligible for aid, do not withdraw from their courses, or are enrolled concurrently at another UH campus. To review the general financial information and policies visit uhwo.hawaii.edu/financial.
Tuition Assistance and Exemptions
All students whose fall 2013 tuition is paid by a third party sponsoring agency (e.g., MyCAA, GoArmy, Vocational Rehabilitation, U.S. Armed Forces Branch, Alu Like, etc.) should submit their letters of financial guarantee, purchase orders or authorization letters from their sponsors to the UH West O‘ahu Cashier’s Office located at the Campus Center, C-141, by July 1, 4:00 p.m.
Students who are not able to make this deadline must pay, with their own funds, the tuition and fees incurred by the payment deadline. When the sponsor sends payment for the tuition and fees, the University Cashier’s Office will process a refund. If the third party sponsoring agency does not make payment for your tuition for any reason after being billed by the University, you will be responsible for paying any unpaid balances on your student account. Failure to do so will result in sanctions for outstanding financial obligations being imposed on your student account. For more information, students may contact the Cashier’s Office at 689-2890 or by email at email@example.com.
Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33)
Chapter 33 payments for tuition and fees are paid directly to the University approximately six weeks after the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) receives and processes the certification sent by the UH West O‘ahu VA Certifying Official. Refunds due to non-attendance will be returned to the DVA. Students are held responsible for all tuition and fees incurred if the funds are returned to the DVA and the student has not officially withdrawn from the University.
Faculty/Staff Tuition Waivers
University of Hawai‘i faculty and staff may be eligible for tuition waivers for credit courses in accordance with Board of Regents Policy, Chapter 6, Section 6-13. Students using the faculty/staff tuition waiver must register during the late registration period. Be advised that payment of tuition prior to these dates will not be refunded and the waiver cannot be used if pre-registering for classes or if there is any registration activity (e.g., add/drop) prior to the late registration period. Tuition waivers must be posted by a campus cashier no later than the last day of the 50% refund period for the term in which the waiver is being used. Tuition waivers presented after this date will not be processed.
TUITION & FEES REFUND POLICY
In the event a student initiates a complete withdrawal from the University, a change from full-time to part-time status, or a change from one tuition rate to another, tuition and special course fees are refunded as follows:
Fall 2013 (15-week term)
Aug 26-Dec 13
Sept 4: Last day to drop with 100% refund, no W grade
Sept 16: Last day to drop with 50% refund, no W grade
Oct 25: Last day to withdraw with no refund, with W grade
To view the refund dates for accelerated classes that meet for periods other than the entire term, view the schedule of classes and click the CRN for the class.
For more information, view the Tuition and Fees section in the General Catalog.
UH WEST O‘AHU STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE REFUND
100% of the student activity fee will be refunded if the student completely withdraws from all UH system campuses on or before the first day of instruction. Students registering for classes that do not begin until the second or third accelerated periods will not be refunded fees unless a complete withdrawal is processed from all UH system campuses on or before the first day of instruction.
All refund checks are sent via the U.S. Postal Service unless the student signed up for the eRefunds option. This new system deposits refunds directly into the student’s personal bank account for faster access. Sign up for eRefund today!