University of Hawaii

The University of Hawaii system consists of 10 campuses spread across six Hawaiian islands. The campuses include dozens of educational, training and research centers. The university was established in 1907 as the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in Honolulu. Today, under a new name, the university serves more than 54,000 undergraduate and graduate students in more than 640 educational programs including 130 bachelor's degree programs, 90 master's degree programs and 50 doctoral programs. There are also at least 114 associate's degree programs available for students in the UH system, and a number of web-based distance-learning opportunities. UH's fiscal year 2012 budget is $902.3 million.

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