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Honolulu, HI 96813
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A Legacy of Success

At Argosy University, Hawaii, we’re committed to your success. We don’t enroll students, we enroll graduates. Our friendly, engaged faculty is passionate about teaching and mentoring students and is with you every step of the way. Areas of study range from associate degrees in Business Administration and Information Technology to doctoral degrees in Organizational Leadership and Clinical Psychology.

By the Numbers

Nearly 800 students are currently enrolled in our various degree programs. With an average age of 34, the majority of Argosy University, Hawaii students are adult learners and working professionals who attend classes at night and on weekends. With an average class size of 14 students, our classes are small and personal. While most of our students pursue their degrees full time, some students attend class part time. More than 2,100 students have graduated from Argosy University, Hawaii since 2001.

Close to Campus

Centrally located on Oahu in downtown Honolulu, our campus is located within an easy walk of restaurants, shopping and professional services. Surrounded by beautiful historic buildings, including the iconic Iolani Palace, it is also close to the Hawaii State Library, Aloha Tower, Chinatown, Fort Street Mall and Ala Moana Center, the state’s largest shopping center. Legendary Waikiki Beach is just three miles away.

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Graduate Programs

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Master's Degrees

Doctoral Degrees

Undergraduate Programs

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Bachelor's Degrees


  • Master's Accelerated Plan Take graduate-level courses that count towards your bachelor's degree and advanced standing in a master's program.

Associate's Degrees

Library Information


The Argosy University, Hawai’i Library provides a variety of printed resources to support campus curricula and encourage life-long learning. It maintains a specialized collection of books, scholarly journals, audiovisuals, reference materials, dissertations, theses, and more. There is also access to electronic full-text journals, books, and other content specific to our program offerings.

Regular Hours

Monday – 9:00a.m.–9:00p.m.
Tuesday – 9:00a.m.–9:00p.m.
Wednesday – 9:00a.m.–9:00p.m.
Thursday – 9:00a.m.–9:00p.m.
Friday – 9:00a.m.–6:30p.m
Saturday – 9:00a.m.–6:00p.m.
Sunday – 12:00p.m.–6:00p.m.

Argosy University, Hawai’i Library adjusts its hours to accommodate student needs. If there are no classes on campus, the hours are reduced.

Contact Info

Argosy University, Hawai'i Library
1001 Bishop Street, Suite 400
Honolulu, HI 96813

Stella Yoshimura
Learner Support Specialist
Ph: 1-808-791-5215

Online Library

All Argosy University students can access the Online Library from the Campus Common, which allows full-text searches in over 100 databases that support every academic program. The Online Library provides access to electronic journals, books, multimedia, reference materials, research guides, and instructional webinars. Interlibrary loan is available to procure resources not available in the Argosy University collections.

A Culture of Diversity

With an eclectic, multi-cultural student body, our vibrant campus reflects the rich diversity of Hawaii. We operate with aloha and celebrate our differences, believing we are stronger because of them. Our student population includes recent high school graduates, active and retired military, and working professionals returning to college to pursue a second or third career. Our campus has a strong tradition of championing diversity.

Beyond the Classroom

Students at Argosy University, Hawaii have the opportunity to become involved with several different clubs and organizations. Our Student Government Association plans student social events and outings, including an end-of-year celebration. It also organizes volunteer projects and various community engagement opportunities. The Student Veterans of America chapter regularly plans activities relevant to our military student body.

The campus features an open concept computer lab, open seven days a week. Our library, also open daily, maintains a specialized collection of books scholarly journals, audiovisuals, reference materials, dissertations, theses, and more.

Schedules That Work for You

Our programs offer flexible schedules and learning formats—online courses, blended on campus/online study, evenings and weekend classes—that enable you to continue your education while working full time.


In addition to onsite and online tutoring, we also offer technical assistance, and computer and software tutorials can be accessed 24/7 via the Campus Common.

Financial Aid

Nearly 80% of our students receive some form of financial aid. Our friendly, skilled advisors can help you identify and apply for grants, scholarships and other financial aid. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

Internships, Career Development and Preparation

We’re committed to helping you succeed in pursuing your career goals. Our Career Services Coordinator builds relationships with area employers and can assist students seeking employment. Services include internship and job referrals, resume reviews, mock interviews, and more. We periodically host on-campus Career Fairs, inviting a variety of companies interested in hiring students and graduates. Students also have access to our Worldwide Professional Network and other resources.

Disability Services

Argosy University, Hawaii provides accommodations to qualified students with disabilities. Our Disability Services office assists qualified students with disabilities and is committed to equal access to services, program and activities.

News & Events

Alexandra Davis, an accomplished student veteran at Argosy University, Hawaii was just awarded the Raytheon Patriot Scholarship

Alexandra Davis, an accomplished student veteran at Argosy University, Hawaii was just awarded the Raytheon Patriot Scholarship, in partnership with Student Veterans of America (SVA). Alexandra is an active member of she is a member of Argosy's SVA Chapter, – successfully demonstrating the best in academic excellence and leadership potential of student veterans. She is pursuing her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology.

The scholarship is offered exclusively to two U.S. Army veterans pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree at an accredited university. Alexandra demonstrated notable leadership and engagement within her community, as well as a commitment and passion for her studies.

SVA is the country’s largest student veteran organization, supporting the 1.1 million student veterans currently enrolled in higher education. SVA’s mission is to empower all veterans through their transition from the military, educational advancement and career growth, and these scholarships help achieve that goal.

For more information, please check out the full press release in this link.

See http://ge.argosy.edu/programoffering/625 for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, alumni success, and other important info.

Hawaii’s Kim Perez Hults Named to Leadership Alliance

The Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance, the only program in Hawai‘i designed to enable mid-career women to advance their management and leadership skills, recently named Kim Perez Hults, Argosy University, Hawaii Associate Director of Business Development, to its third cohort.

The announcement was made by Terri Funakoshi, Director of the Patsy T. Mink Center for Business & Leadership, who described the cohort as well-accomplished and expressed her interest in watching the women grow both professionally and personally.

This year’s cohort will study emotional intelligence, design thinking, principles of negotiation, and strategic planning. They’ll learn from prominent women leaders and facilitators and participate in a community project contributes to YWCA O‘ahu’s mission of empowering women.

The Patsy T. Mink Leadership Alliance is a 10-month program for emerging women leaders who are committed to personal growth, professional impact, and community change. It began in 2016.

Retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant; Now Civilian Advisor for Airmen and Force Development

Dr. William Kono
2016, Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
Argosy University, Hawai`i
Chief of Force Development at the 647th Force Support Squadron, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Hawaii

“My education complements my skills and gives me more credibility in my position as the chief of force development, education services officer for a large military installation.”

Retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant; Now Civilian Advisor for Airmen and Force Development

Dr. William Kono is the chief of force development at the 647th Force Support Squadron, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Hawaii. He served in the United States Air Force for 28 years and was awarded five Meritorious Service medals, three Air Force commendation medals, three Air Force Achievement medals and multiple annual functional awards. He retired as a chief master sergeant.

In his current position, he is responsible for adult, non-traditional, voluntary, continuing and post-secondary/higher education programs. Kono provides quality oversight and review of all military education and testing programs. He leads a team of 19 civilians and two military personnel that supports a service population of over 11,000 assigned to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, various other units and detachments on Oahu, and 25 geographically separated units throughout the Pacific area of responsibility.

After retiring from the military, Kono decided to return to school alongside his wife. Both were veterans and utilized the Post 9-11 GI bill education benefit to assist in paying for their educations. “We chose Argosy University, Hawaii because of the blended courses that took advantage of the best features of face-to-face and online learning,” he mentioned. “In addition, having served as leaders in a variety of military positions throughout our military careers, the Doctor or Education in Educational Leadership was a perfect fit for us.” Kono completed the program at Argosy University, Hawai`i in 2016.

He added that his education improved his research skills—enhancing his work performance. Kono said that his instructors were supportive and encouraging, making his time at school a “truly unforgettable experience.”

While working full time while attending school was a challenge, Kono faced it by modifying his behavior and learning not to procrastinate. “I had to concentrate more on effective time-management techniques that helped me to complete my coursework and the program.” He suggests that current students remain focused and keep themselves motivated through a positive attitude, hard work and initiative.

Kono’s achievements include:

  • Earning meritorious civilian service medal from the Major Command (Pacific Air Forces) commander
  • Earning two civilian exemplary service medals, the Department of the Air Force award for civilian achievement
  • Being honored as Air Combat Command's annual award winner for Air Force education and training individual awards (GS-11 and above)
  • Being recognized with multiple squadron senior civilian of the year awards
  • Being recognized as the U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii Purple volunteer of the year for working with the Schofield Warrior Transition Battalion
  • Tours of duty as a security forces defender, aircraft maintenance superintendent, and Air Force inspector general functional management inspector
  • Becoming licensed as a California Community College instructor, working in college counseling, and obtaining TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) certification

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Argosy University, Hawaii Raises Money for Disaster Relief

Argosy University, Hawaii held a fundraiser to support disaster relief efforts throughout the state. In just three hours, the campus was able to raise $2,222 for “Aloha for Hawaii,“ in support of the Salvation Army’s work on Kauai and the Big Island.

Volunteers from the university, First Hawaiian Bank and 102.7 Da Bomb helped to make the fundraiser, held in Tamarind Park, a success. The school also raised money through a bake sale – proceeds of which were donated to students and graduates impacted by the volcanic activity on the Big Island.

The efforts make the KHON2 news. See the story here.

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