For academic year 2019-2020, there are 27 colleges and universities in Hawaii State - 11 public and 16 private schools. By school level, there are 14 4 Year or high, 9 2-4 years, and 4 less than 2 years schools in Hawaii. Next table shows the number of schools by school type and level.
The average acceptance rate for Hawaii colleges is 78.25% and the average graduation rate is 46.50% in academic year 2019-2020. Total 63,152 students including in both undergraduate and graduate programs have attended Hawaii colleges and universities and the average students to faculty ratio is 14.46:1. Next charts are illustrating the core statistics for colleges and universities located in Hawaii.
For academic year 2019-2020, the average undergraduate tuition & fees for Hawaii colleges are $9,805 for Hawaii residents and $17,815 for non-residents. For graduate schools, its average tuition and fees are $14,972 for in-state students and $19,685 for out-of-state students.
Hawaii colleges and universities are offering 807 programs through online and on-site education. Next table lists number of programs by offered degree.
In Hawaii, 16 colleges offer the undergraduate online programs and 6 colleges offer the graduate online programs. 6 colleges have the ROTC programs and 9 colleges offer the study abroad programs. Next table shows the number of Hawaii schools which are offering special learning opportunities by category.
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