Hawaii Colleges Summary
As one might expect, Hawaii has a small number of colleges and adult education schools, and is one of 9 states with fewer than 30 such schools. Hawaii is also one of only 9 states with fewer than 70,000 students.
Only 12 of Hawaii's colleges have more than 1,000 students, and 6 of these are community colleges. Hawaii also has 7 colleges and adult education schools with fewer than 100 students.
These schools cover a wide range of disciplines, as you can see from their names: Hawaii Theological Seminary, Hollywood Beauty College, Hawaii Institute of Hair Design, World Medicine Institute, Institute of Clinical Acupuncture & Oriental Med, Hawaii Technology Institute, and the Golf Academy of Hawaii.
Hawaii also has a relatively small number of its population enrolled in colleges and adult education institutions. It is one of one of 12 states with less than 5.6% of its population attending such schools. Hawaii does have one large college, the University of Hawaii, which has approximately 24,000 students enrolled.
The Hawaii Department of Education is locate at the following address:
Systems Accountability Office
1390 Miller Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
http://doe.k12.hi.us/ is the web site for the Hawaii DOE.