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Begin your journey at Leeward CC for FALL 2022!

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Think you are ready for college? Applying for Fall is easy. Our Outreach and Enrollment Office is offering several FREE sessions to assist you in getting started with us. Choose one of the sessions below:

Talk Story Thursday

Even during a pandemic you can work toward a lasting career. If you're concerned or undecided about choosing a career, or what the local job market might look like, come talk story with us and explore your options at Leeward CC!

Leeward Food Drive 2022

Leeward Food Drive with Hawaii Food Bank logo and images of volunteers preparing food donations

Nourish our ‘ohana.

We have come a long way during this pandemic but 1 in 6 of our local residents still struggle with food insecurity. This alarming number includes our kupuna and more than 81,000 keiki.

Last year, UH employees raised more than $90,000 (which provided food for 204,374 meals). This effort helped support the Hawaii Foodbank's distribution of over 18 million pounds of food. Let us do even more this year, and give to those who need it most.

Free job training through Hana Career Pathways

collage of CDL, healthcare and electronic technician students during training

A free training and employment program is gearing up to serve more than 1,000 unemployed or underemployed Hawaiʻi residents in 2022. The University of Hawaiʻi Community Colleges are offering short-term trainings statewide that lead to industry credentials in the resilient sectors of healthcare, technology and skilled trades through the Hana Career Pathways program. More than $2 million in funding from the U.S. Department of Education is available for tuition this year.

Leewardʻs Hidden Gem

sunflowers and kalo in the garden

Leeward Garden Provides Space To Experience, Reconnect

Nestled in the back of Leeward Community College’s Pearl City campus sits a garden that preserves the beauty and rich history of Pu‘uloa, providing a safe space for students and faculty to reconnect with the land. With views extending out to Pearl Harbor, the Leeward Garden is utilized to practice ‘āina-based learning, providing students with an opportunity to experiment, to grow and to refocus.

Leeward students – your voice matters!

Your voice matters! Share your experience! Win a prize! Mar. 23 - Apr. 9. CCSSE logo


What is the CCSSE (Community College Survey of Student Engagement)?
The CCSSE asks about your college experiences related to how you spend your time and what you feel about your classes and interactions with faculty, counselors, and peers. This important survey helps Leeward Community College to be a better place of learning.


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