Office of Student Life

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We’re happy that you’re here and we’re excited for all the fun events, activities and opportunities we have to offer YOU! Thanks for being here! As the Office of Student Life, our purpose is to guide and be a resource hub for students’ pathway to college success. We commit to the creation and preservation of an honest, equal, respectful and collaborative environment for all students as well as the campus community. With strong communication and a welcoming spirit, we provide direct assistance and preparation to achieve student success and accomplish students’ personal, professional, and educational goals.

Our vision is to unify the students, staff, and faculty at Kapi’olani Community College (Kapi‘olani CC) to create a sense of community and have students be actively engaged on campus while they continue to grow and accomplish their academic and personal goals. Aloha!

Student Organizations

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We organize exciting social, educational, recreational, and cultural events and activities for students throughout the year.

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Student Congress

We serve as the official voice of the student body facilitating positive change in matters relating to programs, activities, and student success.

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We are responsible for publishing and promoting student talents through creative and academic writings and art.

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Student Clubs

Registered Independent Organizations (RIO)

Welcome to college! Joining a Registered Independent Organization (RIO) or campus club is a great way to meet people, develop skills, and pursue your passions. From academic and professional groups to sports and social clubs, there is something for everyone. Check out the list of RIOs on campus, attend their events, and find one that aligns with your interests. Joining a RIO will enhance your college experience and help you make the most of your time on campus.

Student Services

Bulletin Board Posting

  • All flyers must be approved by OSL. Please leave white space in the bottom right corner for the OSL stamp.
  • Flyers must promote activities and events that are free to Kapi‘olani CC students. (Classes that charge tuition and fees do not meet this criteria.)
  • No more than 15 flyers will be posted, up to 10 business days before the event.
  • Flyers should be no more than 8 1/2″ wide and 11″ tall. Full letter-size flyers must be printed in portrait.

A full copy of the OSL Bulletin Board Policy is available.

Lost & Found

    If you have found an item anywhere on campus, please bring it to the OSL office – ‘Iliahi 126. We will log and store the item in a safe location while we try to contact the owner.

    If you have lost an item, please come to the OSL office and check to see if it has been turned in or submit this form and we will check if we have it. If it has not, you may file a report with our staff. If your property is brought to the OSL office you will be contacted immediately.

    U-Pass/HOLO Card

      TheBus/City & County of Honolulu University Bus Pass (U-PASS) Program — The U-PASS is no longer a sticker that goes on your ID card. Your student ID will now be a HOLO card that needs to be activated every semester that you are eligible for/purchase the UPASS.

      Cost: $40 per semester and is a mandatory student fee for all students taking in-person and/or hybrid courses.

      Current high school students, seniors, or students with disabilities are able to apply for a waiver (email) if they already have a valid U-Pass.

      All sales final. NO REFUNDS. CASH ONLY.

      The U-PASS is NON-TRANSFERABLE and the College assumes no responsibility for loss, theft, destruction or misplacement of this pass. The fee for a replacement U-PASS is $40, regardless of when it is replaced during the semester.

      Valid Dates: Covering specified five months of each semester

      • Fall = August 1 thru January 15
      • Spring = January 1 thru May 31
      • Summer = May 1 thru August 31, $135 (subject to change)

      Eligibility: All students with a validated Kapi‘olani CC photo identification card. Students must be enrolled in an in-person and/or hybrid course at Kapi’olani Community College.

      U-PASS Sales Location:

      Office of Student Life
      Kapi‘olani Community College
      4303 Diamond Head Rd., ‘Iliahi 126
      Honolulu, HI 96816
      Phone: (808) 734-9576

      TheBus Schedules & Maps: Bus schedules and TheBus System Maps are available at ‘Iliahi 123.

      Movie Tickets

        All Kapi‘olani CC students, staff and faculty are eligible for the discounted rate for Consolidated Theatre and Regal Theatre (formerly Signature) movie tickets.

        Screensavers tickets are $8.50 each. Regal tickets are $8.50 each.

        Screensavers are valid at any Consolidated Theaters location except during special engagements or where prohibited (see ticket for details). After the opening 2 weeks, they will be accepted for any performance.

        Regal’s VIP Super Saver tickets are not valid during the first 12 days of “Selected” new release films, special engagements, etc (see ticket for details).

        To purchase discount movie tickets, visit the Office of Student Life (OSL) in ‘Iliahi 126. There is a limit of ten tickets per day. The OSL has very limited cash on hand, so please bring exact change for your ticket purchase.

        Discounted movie tickets are not to be confused with movie “passes” attained through special circumstances.

        Student/Staff/Faculty/Non-Credit IDs

        All new, incoming students and faculty/staff are eligible to receive one Kapi’olani CC ID card at no charge. Each type of ID card is specific to the individual’s status and provides the cardholder to certain college privileges and benefits.

        Students Must:

        • If you will be coming on campus, you will complete the Student ID Application Form with the OSL front desk. If you would like your ID card mailed, please fill out this Mailing Student ID Application Form
        • Present a photo ID (driver’s license, state ID, passport).
        • Any holds or financial obligations, including tuition and fees, must be cleared before an ID card will be issued or validated. If you are on a scholarship program, on a payment plan or the military will be paying for your education then please let us know by emailing us at
        • To locate your UH ID number, go to Managing Your UH Username and log in. Your 8-digit UH ID is directly below your name.


        • Returning students must validate their ID’s every semester.
        • Any holds or financial obligations, including tuition and fees, must be cleared before an ID card will be validated. If you are on a scholarship program, on a payment plan, or using VA benefits then please let us know when coming in or email us at
        • Go to the Office of Student Life in ‘Iliahi 126 (same building as Subway) for validation.

        Continuing Education/Non-Credit Students:

        • Students enrolled in continuing education and non-credit courses are eligible for a Student ID card, valid for the duration of their course.
        • Each department or program will issue a memo (or some other form of verification) to the participant after they have registered and paid the appropriate charges for their course. ID cards for continuing education/non-credit classes are valid from the first to the last day of their course(s).
        • Continuing Education/Non-Credit ID applicants must provide a photo ID (driver’s license, state ID, passport) with an identification number.
        • The Continuing Education ID card is valid for one semester. Please bring your card back to the Office of Student Life in ‘Iliahi 126 (same building as Subway) to re-validate for your next semester that you are taking a course. Replacement IDs will cost $5 cash only.

        Student Parking

        Student parking permits are required for all vehicles/mopeds/motorcycles for all parking lots on campus. Once you receive an email approving your permit, please pick up your permit at the Office of Student Life in ‘Iliahi 126. You can walk in during our open hours. Please email us if you want your parking permit mailed. For any questions, please email or call 808-734-9576.

        UH Federal Credit Union

        Due to COVID-19 regulations and closures, the UH Federal Credit Union Service Representative will not be present on campus during this time, please contact UH Federal Credit Union below if you need any assistance or have any questions.

        The University’s credit union invites you to be a member. To qualify you must be a registered student within the University of Hawai‘i System, a UH faculty/staff member, a current member of the UH Alumni Association, or a family member of any of the preceding groups.

        The benefits of being a member include free on-line banking, great savings account rates, checking with LOW minimum balances and no monthly fees, as well as great loan rates. A $100 minimum deposit enables you to open a UH FCU savings account. No cash transactions available.

        To become a member or find out more, call 1-800-927-3397, or (808) 983-5500, or visit

        Calendar of Events

        Office of Student Life, and Game Center Hours
        Monday to Friday – 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

        Kamōkila Student Center
        Monday to Friday – 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

        We are CLOSED on the weekends and holidays.

        Please email or call us at 808-734-9576 for any questions. We may adjust hours due to city/state regulations and ordinances.