Placement Tests and How They Work

The Discussion Continues About the Academic Journey at KapCC

Kapiʻolani Community College Office of Continuing Education and Training presents

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April 28 - May 12: Your Academic Journey with Kapiʻolani Community College

Whether you are just graduating from high school, switching careers, and/or have a family member starting college, this is an opportunity to learn about how Kapiʻolani Community College supports students through their academic and personal goals. “Your Academic Journey with Kapiʻolani Community College” is a 4-part webinar series providing a foundational perspective on how to get started and the support one can expect.


Each webinar will take place at 5:00 pm HST on the date listed below:


April 28: How the Placement Test Works

May 5: Support Services from Tutoring to Counseling

May 12: The Admissions and Registration Process


There is no charge to attend these webinars. Simply register at https://forms.gle/ZydmjU9ScT7n88sF7.

This webinar will address the unique challenges students in unstable housing face while attending school, including what is required of them for school success and what are the social hurts they experience as a result of their situation. This session focuses on helping educators support both the learning and the social-emotional needs of these students. With homelessness and housing insecurity expected to increase in the wake of the COVID pandemic, this is especially important now and over the coming academic year.


This webinar is partially funded through a grant provided by the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa SEED Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, and Success.

Unable to attend these webinars? Register anyway to receive a recording of the webinars.

All webinars are hosted in Zoom, an online conferencing software. You will receive the Zoom meeting link after registering. Before joining the webinar, go to the Zoom Download Center to download the Zoom software to your computer or mobile device and review the computer system requirements to download Zoom.

Upcoming Webinars in May

May 8: Digital Tools to Support English Learners

May 15: Assistive Technology Show-and-Tell

May 22: Assistive Technology Implementation in School, Employment, and Community


These webinars begin at 10:00 am and are held via Zoom.


Check back later and visit the Kaiāulu Webinar Series Website for more information and to register for these webinars.