Visit Our Campus
Kapiʻolani Community College (Kapiʻolani CC), one of ten colleges within the University of Hawaiʻi system, has a long, colorful history. Its solid reputation in culinary arts, hospitality, health services, liberal arts, and business education, is sprinkled with delightful stories of campus moves, student and faculty successes, and classroom innovations.
The Kapiʻolani CC campus is located on the slopes of Diamond Head crater just minutes from Waikīkī. To the north are the Ko‘olau Mountains, to the south Diamond Head and the Pacific Ocean. The eastern side of the campus offers a panoramic view of Koko Head and Maunalua Bay. To the west are Waikīkī and downtown Honolulu.
Our modern campus showcases twenty attractive buildings set around a lush central lawn, architecturally integrated with its beautiful natural surroundings. The building names serve as a reminder of the natural environment and reference native plants that are either endemic or indigenous to Hawai‘i. Some of the buildings feature signage near the entrance bearing their namesake plant.
Take a Campus Tour
Whether you’re a new student looking to get the lay of the land, or just curious about what we have to offer, choose a campus tour option that best fits your needs. Either way, we’re confident that you’ll love what you see!
The best way to learn about our college and its beautiful campus is through the magic of a virtual visit. Our e-guide is waiting to show you around, and introduce you to the many exciting features that make Kapi‘olani Community College truly awesome. Hāele pū!
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we conduct in-person visits to Kapi‘olani CC. As health guidelines are constantly changing, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (808) 734-9399 and we’ll be happy to arrange a live campus tour. Aloha!
If you plan on visiting our campus over the weekend or on a holiday, just Download a Campus Map (pdf), fill your water bottle, and start exploring. Take plenty of pictures along the way, because the views from campus are amazing. Time to go holoholo!