KI Program

Kākoʻo ʻIke Program
the KI

KI provides support and services to students with documented disabilities. This support enables students with disabilities to maximize their independence to the fullest extent possible. Our program also helps to increase the level of awareness among all members of the college community so that students with disabilities are able to perform at a level limited only by their abilities, not their disabilities.

KI is a service of the Learning Resource Center and is committed to the College motto, "To Help People Learn."

Man looking through binocularsResources for Students
A wide variety of services are available for students with disabilities at Leeward. Eligibility for these services is determined individually based for documented need. Early planning is essential for many of the resources and accommodations provided, so we ask that you contact us at the earliest possible date in order for us to assist you. Details…
Woman at computerResources for Faculty
The KI Office offers assistance with disability training for faculty. Online training, information on classroom accommodations, faculty responsibilities and more…
Additional Links

Kākoʻo ʻIke Program
L 208

Kris Hernandez
KI Program Coordinator/Disability Specialist

Blake Hunrick
Counseling & Guidance
Administrative Services (AD 202)
(808) 455-0243

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