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Career College of the Pacific Logo Colors

Our Career College of the Pacific logo outlines current and future allied health, business, and technology programs. It also highlights that we proudly serve and were founded in the Great State of Hawai’i. Our logo colors represent the passion, trust, security, and growth we put into everything we do at Career College of the Pacific.

However, another meaning to the four colors that make up what we are and how we feel sets us apart from other Hawai’i colleges. 

  • A Passion for Affordable Education
    • College in Hawai’i doesn’t need to be expensive to offer a premium learning experience. We’ve dedicated ourselves to helping students get the most from their education without spending extra on classes they don’t need or are overcharged for at other schools.
    • We help students take advantage of free tuition assistance money through our partnerships with organizations like the Honolulu Community Action Program (HCAP) and the American Jobs Center Hawai’i.
    • We also help students find other supporting services. Our dedication to the community means we have contacts in many programs, such as the Hawai’i Foodbank, to help our students get what they need to succeed.
  • Building Trust thru Support
    • Our class sizes are smaller and offer students individual support. We find that our students often require the self-esteem boost that comes from personal attention.
    • Programs focus on certification and emotional intelligence. The education we offer our students also means teaching them how to navigate a professional office environment successfully with clients and staff.
    • Students learn what is needed to pass their certification exam and build self-confidence. Certified students earn more in the workplace and are statistically more successful.
  • Securing a More Positive Future
    • Resume creation and emotional intelligence. Students learn how to craft a successful resume and learn to succeed in a professional office environment.
    • Partnerships with medical & business professionals. From externship to placement, we’re continually expanding our network of professionals to place students with employers who share our commitment to student success.
    • Lifetime Job Placement Services. We support students in good standing beyond graduation by offering our network of services to help them move up with their chosen careers for years to come.
  • Fostering Growth
    • Providing the tools our students need to succeed. Helping students afford college, providing them with laptops, and teaching emotional intelligence is part of the process we feel gives our students a boost to their self-esteem.
    • Embracing the spirit of ‘ohana. The essence of caring, sharing, and mutual responsibility are part of everything we do at Career College of the Pacific.
    • Community Involvement. We firmly commit to the community and the benefits offered to students and staff on behalf of those organizations responsible for helping others.

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  • “First Class Free” Program: Career College of the Pacific is delighted to extend our “First Class Free” Program to all students enrolling throughout the year. This limited-time offer, subject to change or termination without notice, allows students to participate in their initial class of the first five-week module at no charge, effectively providing a $1000 discount on tuition fees. The offer of a free computer system is separate and does not apply to this program.

    Students benefiting from the “First Class Free” Program are required to attend classes and submit assignments in a timely manner, or they face the risk of immediate dismissal from the college. This applies to all students, including those benefiting from third-party tuition assistance programs such as PACT or the American Job Center Hawai’i.

    For any further inquiries, please contact our business office directly at [email protected].

  • Students applying through the American Job Center Hawai’i are not eligible for simultaneous enrollment and attendance. In order to qualify, students must first be placed on a deferred start if they opt to apply for AJCH funds.

  • PersonAbility™ is a registered trademark of the National Healthcare Association.

  • Income specifications are based on the median average salary for the State of Hawai’i as defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, as cited on the Allied Health Schools website. Program pricing applies solely to individual programs.

  • CompTIA is a registered trademark of CompTIA, with training programs commencing in late 2023.

  • Program costs, taxes, and other fees are subject to change without notice at the time of publication. For the most current information, please consult with your admissions advisor.

  • Interest is calculated at a rate of 19% monthly, in addition to the balance of outstanding funds over the duration of the program, and is subject to change without notice.

  • The Career College of the Pacific assists students with computer discount programs and, in certain cases, offers students the use of college-owned computers during their enrollment. These computers remain the property of the Career College of the Pacific until the student’s graduation. Students who withdraw, drop out, or fail to complete the program are obligated to return the computer system within 10 days. Failure to do so will result in the system’s cost being deducted from any refund due.

  • The maximum number of billing and coding certifications is two, and CompTIA is four. The college covers the cost of a single certification exam, as outlined in the student catalog. The monthly payment estimates provided are examples and do not represent actual monthly costs. The estimates are based on average calculations for students with poor to medium credit scores and are derived from total tuition costs. The actual cost may vary once the third-party finance company has conducted a credit check and taken other factors into account. Pricing is subject to change without notice, and all monthly pricing is based on examples and not actual students. The Career College of the Pacific makes no guarantees regarding any monthly payment, is not obligated to provide one, and the student agrees to assume all risks associated with third-party financing.

  • Computer Loan Program for Eligible Students at Career College of the Pacific

    1. Objective: The aim of this policy is to support eligible students at Career College of the Pacific by providing a computer system on loan. This initiative is designed to assist students with their academic studies. The computer system remains the property of Career College of the Pacific until the student graduates and meets all academic and financial obligations.

    2. Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for this program, students must meet certain income criteria. Specifically, the household income of the student should not exceed 130% of the Federal Poverty Guideline amounts for Hawaii. The specific income limits based on household size are as follows:

    • For a 1-member household: $20,319
    • For a 2-member household: $27,378
    • For a 3-member household: $34,437
    • For a 4-member household: $41,496

    3. Application Process: Students interested in this program should request a computer system from their admissions counselor. To support their request, students must provide documentation that verifies their income and household size. This should include a copy of their most recent tax return.

    4. Terms and Conditions of Use:

    • The computer system, provided on loan, remains the property of Career College of the Pacific and should be primarily used for educational purposes related to the student’s studies at Career College of the Pacific.
    • Students are required to maintain the computer system in good working order.
    • In case of damage or loss, students will be responsible for the cost of repair or replacement.
    • Improper use of the computer system may lead to the termination of the loan agreement.

    5. Completion of Loan:
    Upon graduation and completion of all academic and financial obligations to Career College of the Pacific, the ownership of the computer system will be transferred to the student.

    6. Non-compliance: Failure to comply with the terms and conditions of this policy may lead to the termination of the loan agreement, and the student will be required to return the computer system immediately to Career College of the Pacific. If a student fails to return the computer system at their own expense, collection action may be initiated against the student. This includes all court and legal fees associated with the collection process.

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