Courses completed at other regionally accredited colleges and universities with a grade D or better may be transferable toward a UH Maui College degree. The transcript evaluation is applicable only to UH Maui College degrees and certificates and may not apply to other UH system institutions. Students are responsible to have official transcripts from the institution sent directly to the Admission and Records Office. Some institutions use an online delivery method or use National Student Clearinghouse to deliver transcripts which can be accepted by UH Maui College. Course descriptions and Student Learning Outcomes may be requested for clarification purposes. A Transcript Evaluation Request form must be submitted to the Admission and Records Office. This form is available at the Admission and Records Office, the Counseling Department, or on the UH Maui College website.
Transcripts sent from international institutions must be translated to English through an accredited translation company and students must provide official transcripts for all courses they wish to have transferred. International transcripts must be approved by the UH System Transcript Evaluator and may take additional time for processing.
The UH Maui College Admission and Records Office reserves the right to transfer applicable courses based on the student’s declared major. If a student changes program of study or notices a discrepancy in their transfer credit evaluation, the student can request a re-evaluation of their transcripts. If a student chooses to request a re-evaluation, the student must provide additional information to the Admission and Records Office. UH Maui College will not transfer in developmental courses, which are generally courses numbered below 100. For more information about transfer credit evaluation policies visit our website at maui.hawaii.edu/transfer-credit