How to Pay for Tuition and Fees
For Fall and Spring semesters: Payments for tuition and fees can be made in full or in installments. Students who cannot pay in full by the deadline indicated have the option to enroll in the payment plan.
For Summer: Payments for tuition must be made in full. There are NO installment payment plans available for Summer sessions.
Details on the installment payment plan: Click Here for the current semester
Tuition and fee payments can be made by:
|Online MyUH||Pay by MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or JCB credit card, debit card, eChecking, or enroll in the installment payment plan|
|Make checks payable to “University of Hawai’i” and mail to:
Attn: Kapi’olani Community College Cashier’s Office
Mail payments must be RECEIVED by the appropriate deadline. You should allow a minimum of 5 days for delivery prior to the deadline. Do not use Campus Mail.
Write your student ID number on the memo line (bottom left of check). ***Note: checks may be returned to you unprocessed and not posted to your account if unable to identify student account to apply to.
|In-Person||Pay by cash, personal check, money order, cashier’s check, or debit card payment at:
Kapi’olani Community College Cashier’s Office
For Payment in Full, Online Payment Option
Login to your student account at myuh and select Pay Tuition and Fees (Student Login). Click the term you would like to pay for and review charges. For complete instructions on how to make an online payment, please see the Payment Options page.
Information Regarding Online Checking/Savings Payment Method
- Note: Effective February 15, 2021, any checking or savings accounts that are newly entered into your student account to be used for payments or refunds, will be subject to pre-note verification prior to using that bank account. Students must allow 6 business days for this verification to take place before the account can be used.
- As part of this pre-note verification process, the University will submit a $0.00 transaction to your bank to verify the account. If your account cannot be verified, an email will be sent to your hawaii.edu (authorized users must check with the student for Account Validation Failure email), and you will be unable to use this account. If this happens, you must create a new payment method. If the new payment method is another checking or savings account, it will be subject to the pre-note verification process.
- Please keep this verification period in mind when setting up a new e-refund account, making a payment, or enrolling in a payment plan if a newly entered bank account will be used. We recommend saving your payment method at least 6 business days prior to when you anticipate using the bank account.
- Existing checking or savings accounts saved in your student account prior to February 15, 2021 will not be subject to this pre-note process.
- Please contact your bank to verify your bank account information before setting up an eRefund or checking or savings payment method to your account.
Note: ONLY FULL PAYMENT IS ACCEPTED
If you are receiving a tuition waiver or scholarship, check with your home campus financial aid office or the awarding department prior to making payment.
If you would like to designate an authorized user (such as a parent/guardian) to have access to make payments (full payment or installment plan) on your behalf, you may set up an authorized user via your student account in myuh. DO NOT GRANT ACCESS TO EMPLOYERS, SPONSORS, OR 3rd PARTY PAYERS USING THIS ON-LINE METHOD.
For Payment in Full, In-Person Option
You may pay in-person by cash, personal check, money order, cashier’s check, or debit card (no credit cards accepted in person).
If you add a class after your tuition is paid, any additional tuition and fees must be paid by 4:00 pm on the appropriate payment receipt deadline.
For more information, visit the KCC Cashier’s Office
- Be sure to drop any classes you do not want even if you have not paid for them to avoid financial and academic penalties.
- A $25 returned check fee will be assessed for any check or e-check payment that was unable to be processed by the bank for any reason.