As the community college with the largest number of Native Hawaiian students enrolled, Leeward is committed to providing a full array of services and support for our Native Hawaiian students and to share 'ike Hawai'i with all students so that Hawaiian culture will flourish in our homeland.
|Hālau ‘Ike O Pu‘uloa||
Open to all students, the Hālau is a comfortable, nurturing environment for anyone interested in our host culture. Check out all the activities and resources…
|Hooulu||A variety of support services for Native Hawaiian students in Career and Technical Education Programs|
|Leeward CC , Waianae||
a full-service satellite campus of Leeward Community College located on the beautiful Wai`anae coast. The campus offers more than 50 Leeward CC credit classes in the fall and spring semesters
|Ka 'Umeke Kä'eo||Writing and Arts Achievement awards about Native Hawaiian Identity, language & literature, history, arts & crafts, politics, lands, water and nature. For information and submission guidelines, visit the website.|
|Pūpū A `O `Ewa||
Pūpū A `O `Ewa showcases the best in original works – mele, poetry, short stories, oral histories, essays, memoirs, art, photographs, videos, animation, class projects, 'oli, hula, music -- with a unique Native Hawaiian focus from our campus and community. We provide a creative space for writers and artists that nurtures creativity, self-expression, and innovation.To submit your writing and art for publication, please visit the Pūpū A `O `Ewa website
|Hawaiian Studies Program||
Details on the Academic Subject Certificate offered in Hawaiian Studies
|Hawaiian Language Courses||
Beginning and Intermediate levels are offered.
|Native Hawaiian Statistics||Coming Soon: Data from our Institutional Research Office|