Kauai Community College, the only college on the island serving Kaua’i residents, offers business, technology, hospitality, health, early childhood education and liberal arts courses. It also administers the UH Center on Kaua‘i, which provides students an opportunity to obtain baccalaureate and graduate degrees and certificates from other institutions within the UH System.
The college’s Office of Continuing Education and Training serves the island’s lifelong learners and business community with non-credit courses and customized training.
Kauai Community College Mission Statement
Kaua‘i Community College provides open access education and training in an ethical and innovative student-centered and community-focused environment, nurturing life-long learners who appreciate diversity and lead responsible and fulfilling lives.
To demonstrate our commitment to this mission:
Kauai Community College supports students of all ages, cultures, and backgrounds to achieve their educational goals perpetuates appreciation and understanding of Hawaiian culture and develops programs to support native Hawaiian students. Kauai Community College cultivates appreciation for artistic, intellectual, and technical pursuits, creates curricula and programs responsive to the community’s changing needs for career and work force development. We foster partnerships with schools, the University of Hawaii system, and local, state, national, and global communities that leads the community toward greater social, economic, and environmental sustainability, and maintains a healthy and safe learning environment that enhances student and employee growth and success.