Located in Kahului, Hawaii, the University of Hawaii Maui College came into existence in the year 1931. Initially, the university was named Maui Vocational School. It was in the year 1958 the name was changed to Maui Technical School, and finally, after changing names around four times, in 2010, it was given the current name. The university provides Bachelor’s degree programs, Associate degree programs, and certificate programs in subjects like career and technical, liberal arts, and baccalaureate programs.
The University of Hawaii Maui College serves approximately 3809 students, out of which 35% of students attend the college full time. The minority enrollment in the college is around 75%, including the majority of Asian students. The student-teacher ratio for the college is 27:1, which is also lower compared to the State community college, which is 30:1. The college provides students from other cities and countries with housing facilities along with other necessities on the campus itself. The community college of 2 years provides all individuals with degrees in fields like computer engineering, culinary arts, nursing, tourism, hospitality, and electronics. The school ranks as the only college having the IBM supercomputer in Hawaii.