UH Hilo Office of the Registrar
Early registration for Fall 2014 will be on April 28, 2014 – May 2, 2014.
Need help with registration? Our office will have early registration workshops to help students register for classes. If you are eligible to register during early registration week (Class standing: senior, junior, sophomore, freshman, new classified returning, transfer, or exchange student) you may sign up for the workshop.
|Early Registration Workshop Schedule*||Time|
|Monday, Apr 28||
12 - 4:30 PM
|Tuesday, Apr 29||
9 AM - 12 PM
|Wednesday, Apr 30||
12 - 4:30 PM
|Thursday, May 1||9 AM - 12 PM|
|Friday, May 2||9 AM - 12 PM|
*To reserve a 30 minute appointment for the workshop, you may sign up at our office. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us by telephone at (808) 932-7447.
To promote and facilitate student success by producing and maintaining accurate student and academic records while upholding the integrity of all policies, procedures, and applicable laws. To serve all University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo constituents (both internal and external) with the highest standard of customer service, spirit of Aloha, and to treat each individual as a member of the University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo ʻohana.
The Office of the Registrar provides all registration and records-related information, including:
- Registration dates and instructions
- Current semester schedule of classes
- Academic calendars & final exam schedules
- Enrollment certification and degree verification
- Graduation application deadlines and diploma information
- Transcript requests
- Veterans benefits
Other helpful resources
Calculate your grade point average (GPA)*
*Note: Estimated, not official, GPA calculation; to be used as a guide only. Links to outside, non-UH Hilo website.
Academic contacts and resources
- Directory of college deans/directors (Aug. 2013)
- Disability Services
- Graduation and Persistence Rates
- New Student Orientation
Students with a declared a major will be assigned a faculty advisor in their academic major and should contact the faculty directly for advising to discuss course selection and sequencing in the major. Advisors can be found on in MyUH or STAR for Students.
For clarification about General Education and graduation requirements, all students may contact the Advising Center, however students should still consult with the academic department(s).
General ("undeclared") students are assigned to an advisor in the Advising Center. Some undeclared students are assigned to specific faculty:
Incoming transfer students must resolve all transfer issues, such as outstanding transcripts, with the Admissions Office before the end of the first semester at UH Hilo. Registration questions may be directed to the Office of the Registrar.
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Spring 2014 Schedule of Classes
1098T Tuition Statement Tax Forms
1098T Tuition Statement Tax Forms for 2013 are available via MyUH; look for the Tax Information link on the left side of the page. Information concerning 1098T forms for past years is available online at the UH System Bursar's Office website.
Microfilm transcripts being added to our computer system
The Office of the Registrar has begun loading student microfilm transcripts into our current student information system. Doing this will allow for better advising and easier access to transcripts. If you would like to have your records uploaded, please contact our office.
If you receive an automated message regarding coursework taken prior to the 1980s, don't be alarmed . . . this is why!
Check your hawaii.edu email often!
Don't want to check another email account? Forward your hawaii.edu email to the email account of your choice.
Registration and health clearance
The State of Hawaii mandates that certain health requirements must be met for entry to post-secondary educational institutions and you may not register for classes until you have submitted your health clearance. Download and complete the Confidential Health History Form and submit to the Student Health Services Center. For more information call the SHS Center at (808) 932-7369.
Did you know that the Office of the Registrar has unclaimed diplomas from as far back as the 1960s?
The Office of the Registrar needs your help in locating the rightful owners of these nostalgic documents.
If you think you might not have received your official diploma and/or certificate, please contact our office at (808) 932-7447, email email@example.com, or stop by the Student Services Building, Room 101 with a photo ID and we will be happy to assist you.