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Hawaii Community College

Hawaii Community College Information

Hawaii Community CollegePhone:
Division of Nursing & Allied HealthFax:
200 West Kawili Street, PB-6Email:
Hilo , Hawaii 96720
Programs:Associate
Accredited:NLNAC
Office Hours:
Official Site:http://www.hawcc.hawaii.edu
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Visit the Hawaii Community College website listed above to request nursing school brochures and learn how to apply for nursing school. While you are on the Hawaii Community College website, remember to verify any information found on our website such as accreditation, application mailing address, phone/fax numbers, and email address. When in doubt, call Hawaii Community College to obtain the most up to date information available. Before applying to Hawaii Community College, Division of Nursing & Allied Health we recommend that you review nursing job postings in your state and also review the requirements for a nursing license as presented by the Hawaii Board of Nursing. Below are a few points to consider before you apply to Hawaii Community College, Division of Nursing & Allied Health or any other nursing school.

  • Compare Hawaii Community College regional accreditation to others
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  • Remember to ask/verify that your nursing program is accredited by CCNE or NLNAC
  • Verify that federal and state financial aid, scholarships, work study, and nursing loans programs are available at Hawaii Community College
  • Ensure that your nursing program matches your nursing career goals (review job listing, ask employers or co-workers)
  • Review Hawaii Community College class schedules and look for time saving online nursing classes and challenge exams

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