Hawaii Colleges 2020 Tuition & Fees Distribution (A to Z)

There are 27 colleges in Hawaii - 11 public and 16 private schools. Next chart illustrates the 2020 tuition & fees distribution for colleges and universities located in Hawaii State. The chart is arranged from left to right in alphabetical order by college name (a to z). You may want to see detail tuition and other costs information by clicking bar in the chart for your desired school.
Hawaii Colleges 2020 Tuition & Fees Distribution

2020 Costs of Attendance (COA)

The average COA of Hawaii universities and colleges in 2020 is $20,928 for Hawaii residents and $29,319 for students from other States including tuition, fees, books, supplies, room & board (on-campus), and other living expenses.
Table. 2020 Average Costs of Attendance for Hawaii Universities and Colleges
UndergraduateGraduate
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Tuition & Fees $5,016$13,406 $14,499$32,655
Books & Supplies$1,167$1,167
Room & Board$14,745$14,745
COA$20,928$29,319$30,411$48,567
2019-2020 Average Cost of Attendance For

2020 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees

In Hawaii State, 25 schools offer undergraduate program. The average undergraduate tuition & fees of Hawaii colleges is $5,016 for Hawaii residents and $13,406 for students from other States for academic year 2019-2020. The Hawaii tuition & fees have risen 0.50% from last year (4 years colleges). Next table and chart describes the 2020 undergraduate tuition & fees by school type and tuition trends over last 5 years.
Table. 2020 Average Undergraduate Tuition & Fees for Hawaii Universities and Colleges
Public SchoolsPrivate Schools
4 Years or High2-4 Years4 Years or High2-4 Years
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
2016 $7,062$19,476 $2,807$7,655 $17,067$14,425
2017 $7,538$20,765 $3,114$8,220 $17,795$17,433
2018 $7,500$20,772 $3,114$8,220 $18,241$19,473
2019 $7,605$20,877 $3,144$8,280 $18,880-
2020 $7,710$20,982 $3,220$8,356 $21,645$26,037
2019-2020 Average Undergraduate Programs Tuition & Fees For

2020 Graduate Program Tuition & Fees

In Hawaii State, 10 schools offer graduate program. The average graduate program tuition fees of Hawaii colleges in 2020 is $14,499 for Hawaii residents and $32,655 for students from other States. The tuition & fees rose 100.67% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2020 graduate tuition & fees and compares to last 5 years.
Table. 2020 Average Graduate Tuition & Fees for Hawaii Universities and Colleges
Public SchoolsPrivate Schools
In-StateOut-of-State
2016 $13,110$30,078$13,083
2017 $14,057$32,213$13,550
2018 $14,067$32,223$13,705
2019 $14,283$32,439$14,284
2020 $14,499$32,655$15,400
2019-2020 Average Graduate Programs Tuition & Fees For

2020 Books & Supplies Costs

The average books & supplies costs of Hawaii colleges in 2020 is $1,167. The books & supplies costs rose 100.05% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2020 books & supplies costs and costs changes over last 5 years
Table. 2020 Average Books & Supplies Costs for Hawaii Universities and Colleges
Books & Supplies
2016$1,192
2017$1,068
2018$1,129
2019$1,167
2020$1,167
2019-2020 Average Books & Supplies Costs For

2020 Average Living Costs

The average living costs of Hawaii colleges in 2020 is $14,745 when a student lives on campus such as dormitory and college apartment and $18,333 living off campus. 8 schools have on-campus living facilities in Hawaii State. The on-cmapus living costs rose 107.12% and off-campus costs rose 104.80% from last year. Next table and chart describes the 2020 living costs and compares to last 5 years.
Table. 2020 Average Living Costs for Hawaii Universities and Colleges
On-CampusOff-Campus
2016$13,472$14,192
2017$14,382$16,519
2018$14,823$17,450
2019$13,765$17,493
2020$14,745$18,333
2019-2020 Average Living Costs For