Knowledge is more easily grasped

when you receive a hands-on education.

At Hawai‘i Pacific University, a deliberately intimate learning environment empowers you to get up-close and personal with the subjects you’re passionate about. Along with the sort of unmatched diversity that only exists at the intersection of East and West, of urban campus and island paradise, you’ll graduate more highly educated and both market- and world-ready.

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With students from all 50 states and over 70 countries, Hawai‘i Pacific University is the most culturally-rich private university in the United States. If you are a prospective undergraduate student and enroll, we will give you a one-time $500 visit grant.

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    Having lived in several countries, Morrison thrives at HPU, which cultivates collaboration with different cultures and empowers students to make a global impact.

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    Faculty

    Associate Professor of Mathematics Randolph Goldman, Ph.D., is passionate about mentorship. Goldman not only commits to preparing his students for academic achievement, he wants to see them succeed as contributors in the local community.

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    Alumni

    A 2017 National Collegiate Athletic Association Woman of the Year nominee, Nicole Hoynaski, graduated from HPU in December 2017 with a BS in Mass Communication. Her experiences at the University and with the tennis team have inspired her to help other women reach their goals.

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Fusing unmatched cultural diversity with personal support and a deliberately intimate learning environment, HPU enables students to get up-close and personal with the subjects they’re most passionate about. And when they do, when they look closer, they are empowered to see further and to do more. It’s how we ensure our graduates enter a competitive global workplace market-ready.


HPU NEWS

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New Study Shows Larval Fish Are Eating Our Trash

New Study Shows Larval Fish Are Eating Our Trash

November 11, 2019

Researchers from Hawai‘i Pacific University, NOAA, and other agencies release study

HPU Presents Keynote Speaker and Participates in Panel at TechForce Hawai‘I

HPU Presents Keynote Speaker and Participates in Panel at TechForce Hawai‘I

September 30, 2019

HPU Presents Keynote Speaker and Participates in Panel at TechForce Hawai‘I

TESOL Delivers 6 Group Programs this Summer

TESOL Delivers 6 Group Programs this Summer

September 20, 2019

TESOL Delivers 6 Group Programs this Summer

Events At HPU

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Got Grindz - Flu Fighter Learn More
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College Information Mixer Learn More
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Fall Concert: One Giant Leap Learn More
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Shark Tank Transport Learn More
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Indigenous Storytellers Learn More
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Nov 18
International Education Week: Tea Party Learn More