Facilities

'Ala Ike Grill Opens

The Ala ‘Ike Grill is Leeward's pop-up bistro-style eatery located in the Uluwehi Cafe. March 12 marks the opening for this semester. The offerings feature the Students of Fundamentals of Cookery II from the Leeward Culinary Arts Program. The menu alternates between the two menus below. The Ala 'Ike Grill is typically open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 am - 1:30 pm. Hours may vary from week to week. The students of the Fundamentals of Cookery II class prepare your food to order, so please allow for up to 15 minutes for your food.

Friday, March 1, 2019

Friday, March 1, 2019 is a non-instructional day for faculty and staff professional development at the University of Hawai'i Community Colleges' Hawai'i Student Success Institute. There will not be any classes held on March 1, although the campus will be open. Below is a list of offices detailing which are open for business on March 1. Please note: this only affects the community colleges. Classes will be held at all UH baccalaureate campuses, UHM, UHWO and UHH

Construction Projects

Second Flagpole

Construction work began on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for the installation of the College's second flagpole on the Pearl City campus.  Several parking stalls directly mauka of the Bus Stop pavilion will be reserved for contractor bins and equipment.  Please be aware and respectful of the construction barriers that will be in place.

This project is part of the UH system initiative to install two flag poles on each of the main campuses for all ten colleges of universities of the UH system.

First Week Fall 2018

All the construction on campus will result in improved facilities, but right now, it can be challenging to find your class, or the easiest way to get to counseling! Sp we thought a bright, airy contest would lighten the day! Last night we placed 4 balloon clusters on campus. When you see one, snap a selfie or a photo of a friend and share on Instagram with #FirstWeekLeeward.

Tobacco Free

On July 10, 2018 Leeward Community College joined all University of Hawaiʻi campuses and facilities and became tobacco-free, joining more than 2,000 U.S. universities and colleges in an effort to provide a healthy environment for all students, faculty and staff.

Hawaiʻi state law now prohibits the use of tobacco products on all 10 UH campuses and university-owned facilities.

Wai'anae on the Move

photo of Farrington location and rendering of new location in Maili

After 26 years at its current location, our Wai`anae campus is finally moving.  The move from Farrington Highway to Kula'aupuni Street next to Ma`ili Elementary School started last week.

The entire faculty and staff at Leeward CC - Wai`anae, would like to express their sincere appreciation to all of you for your wonderful support and good wishes over the years.

OCEWD Grand Opening

the untieing of the lei ceremony

On September 16, 2016, Leeward's Office of Continuing Education and Workforce Development (OCEWD) held the Grand Opening of its new complex of buildings and a new location. The new OCEWD Complex consists of one administrative office building and two instructional buildings, offering six classrooms and six labs. In addition, OCEWD now has a new Commercial Driving License training range and a refurbished motorcycle-training range.

Renovations Start- updated

map showing theatre and all space directly surrounding the building will be restricted with no pedestrain traffic allowed during renovation

Pardon the inconvenience! The long-awaited renovations on our Theatre will begin on Monday, October 10. Contractors will be restricting access to all areas around the Theatre. At the same time, the Diamond Head portables are also being renovated. All this construction work will impact pedestrian and bike access, especially from the Diamond Head parking areas. The map above indicates access from the side parking lots to campus buildings.

During the project, anticipated to take approximately one year, pedestrian access will be restricted:

The Greening of the Green Room

Mike Harada and student Sasha Lee

A beautiful mural graces the walls of the Richard Aadland Green Room, located in the basement level of The Leeward Theatre.  Inspired by French painter, Henri Rousseau, Leeward CC student Sachiyo “Sasha” Lee designed and painted the mural with help from friends Jordan Miller and Kelen Uslan.

The project was supervised by Assistant Professor Michael Harada, who also helped with the overall vision of the mural.

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