Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Interim Classes Registration


In-Class Interim Dates (14 September - 29 September):

Friday, 14 September
Saturday, 15 Sep
Monday, 17 Sep
Wednesday, 19 Sep
Fri, 21 Sep
Sat, 22 Sep
Mon, 24 Sep
Wed, 26 Sep
Fri, 28 Sep
Sat, 29 Sep

Available Classes:

PSCI 2000 - Introduction to Politics
CSCI 1011 - Introduction to Computer Information Systems
MGMT 1000 - Introduction to Business
PSY 1000 - Introduction to Psychology

Online Interim (10 September - 12 October)

Available Classes:

BIOL 1000 - Introductory Biology
ENG 2000 - Introduction to Literature
GEOG 2000 - Introduction to Human Geography
HUM 1000 - Introduction to Humanities
MGMT 3100 - Business in Contemporary Society
MGMT 3441 - Managing Organizational Performance

Monday, July 23, 2012

USPACOM Student Volunteer Internships

USAPACOM Student Volunteer Internship Program (SVIP)

US Pacific Command (PACOM) protects and defends, in concert with the other U.S. Government agencies, the United States, its allies and its interests. USPACOM is committed to promoting regional security and stability while deterring aggression in the Asia-pacific region.
The USPACOM Student Volunteer Internhip Program (SVIP) offers college students the chance to receive real-world experience in multiple PACOM mission area. Benefits include:
  1. Access to subject matter experts on civil-military relations, human rights, public/private cooperation, intelligence, engineering, humanitarian assistance/ disaster relief, international military education and training.
  2. Participate in international conferences and seminars
  3. Conduct research on various issues facing the region
  4. Support Department of Defense (DOD) interagency coordination goals
  5. Obtain Secret Security Clearance (while internships are non-paid, the Clearance is valuable)
Prerequisites for PACOM internship include:
  1. U.S. citizen
  2. Minimum GPA of 3.0
  3. Commitment to a minimum of 20 hour a week for 8 weeks
  4. Enrolled as an undergraduate, graduate, or certified student scheduled to return to school upon internship completion.
  5. Undergraduate students must have completed at least one semester of their junior year
  6. Successfully complete the clearance process beginning with a Standard Form 86.

Application packets for PACOM internships must include:
  1. Application
  2. Cover letter
  3. Resume
  4. Typed SF86 (Complete 2008 version, not 2010)
  5. Current transcript (unofficial may be submitted immediately, BUT an official copy must be on file before start date)
**Incomplete, tardy, or illegible packets will be disqualified**

Application can be submitted electronically to:
Attn: Ms. Ramona Ferreyra
Program Manager Code J922

--Application and selection processes are lengthy (up to 3 months), so plan accordingly. If interested, meet with your Academic Advisor to discuss details. For more information, visit: https://community.apan.org/pacom_strategic_partnerships/

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Hickam Classes

Faculty and Students,

We are currently experiencing problems with our wireless internet access at Hickam AFB, Hangar 2. Unfortunately, we may not be able to resolve the issue for a few weeks. Limited access may be available, but please come to class prepared to not have internet access and plan accordingly until further notice.

We apologize for the inconvenience.


-HPU Hickam Staff

Wednesday, July 18, 2012


For MCP Term 4-2012 (July - September)

The last day to drop with 25% refund: 20 July
The last day to drop without a "W" grade: 20 July
(any day AFTER 20 July will be NO REFUND)
The last day to drop WITH a "W" grade and ZERO refund: 10 August
We cannot drop students any later than 10 August.

Transcript questions?

Questions about transcripts?

You can find most of the information you'll need to know about transcripts (requesting official HPU's, or sending transcripts to HPU) and grades (and when they should post) in our Frequently Asked Questions section.

If you have any questions about transcripts or grades, feel free to contact your HPU Military Campus office for more information.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

December Graduation

Are you planning to graduate this December?
Will you be participating in the ceremony?

If so, we must receive your Petition to Graduate packet NLT 16 July.

All forms for the Petition to Graduate packet can be found here.

Monday, July 9, 2012

Military Recognition Ceremony



Date: Friday, 24 August 2012 @ 1130
Location: Sharkey Theatre, Sub Base Area

Honoring servicemembers who earned or will earn a degree or certificate between July 2011 and September 2012. (To include: Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate's, High School/GED, and USMAP Apprenticeship Certificates)

To participate, please contact the Navy College Office at nco.hawaii@navy.mil or 473-4766 NLT 10 JULY. Please provide the following information:
  • Full name, Rate, Warfare qualification
  • Current command
  • Complete title of degree/certificate
  • Your contact number and email address
  • Name of school awarding degree/certificate
  • Proof of completion (copy of degree or letter from school)

Thursday, July 5, 2012



If you need to ADD classes, DROP classes (with no penalty), or if you want to CHANGE around your classes, you need to do so ON OR BEFORE July 6th!

You will NOT be able to DROP via Pipeline this weekend!!

If you have any questions, please contact your HPU office. Mahalo!