Leeward Community College


You still can apply for financial aid for the 2012-2013 aca­demic year. Make sure to fill out the Free Application for Fed­eral Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. If you need assistance, please visit the Financial Aid Office or see Jean or Jayson at the Wai‘anae campus.

For more information about Financial Aid, visit their website: www.leeward.hawaii.edu/finaid

"Look for Turkey Day" with Leeward CC Student Goverment!

Hey Students! On November 7th, look for the Student Government table located upstairs in the STC, where you can speak to the President Raymond Banda and our personal Wai'anae Representative Raezheen Pascua about your different thoughts and/or concerns about the campus -- they’re here to listen and advocate for you.

The upcoming tabling event’s theme is “Look for Turkey Day” so look around campus for turkeys with different facts about both Leeward Community College campuses. Don’t forget to take a picture of the turkeys you find and upload it to Instagram, and don’t forget to tag Leeward SG to get a free prize!

Get Involved at Leeward CC Wai'anae!

October 2013 in Photos

Friday: Halloween Bash at the Boys & Girls Club

The Halloween Bash was accomplished by seven college students. They call themselves the Waianae Student Network. Inspired and determined they managed to coordinate a night full of excitement, laughter, and memories. It was their first big event that they planned and it was a learning experience for all of them. ~ By Sally Tolentino

Other Events and Announcements



Current high school seniors or 2013 graduates from select high schools* may be eligible to receive tuition assistance through the Hawai`i Rural Development Project. At Leeward Community College (OCEWD) we are able to use funds from this project toward workforce training in Healthcare and Health Technology.

The grant covers tuition, and participants are responsible for registration/application costs. Applicants are encouraged to sign up soon because funding is limited.

Call OCEWD at 455-0477 for application information, or visit our website for details.

*Eligible high schools are: Campbell, Kapolei, Leilehua, Mililani, Nanakuli, Pearl City, Waianae, and Waipahu. Must not live in Honolulu (from Pearl City, West, or North), and must be able to prove residence.


For the past year, the iCAN Program at Leeward Community College has been helping unemployed and underemployed adults from the Leeward Coast find direction and start their journeys toward new careers in the fields of health, energy, and agriculture. iCAN is now open at Leeward CC’s Waianae campus, making it easier than ever to benefit from the program’s FREE services. This includes personalized resume makeovers, one-on-one job search support, career exploration workshops, and reading and math classes designed to prepare students for success in the workforce. Class schedules are flexible and designed to work around childcare needs or day jobs, while instructors develop individualized plans to help students meet their unique career and educational goals

If you would like iCAN to help you take that first step, please contact us at (808) 455 – 0661 or lccican@gmail.com. Or, you can visit our website for more information.


Starting in late November 2013, the Office of Continuing Education & Workforce Development (OCEWD), at Leeward Community College, will begin utilizing an online registration system that will make it easier than ever to register for a course. This system will allow users to create a free profile, pay for courses by credit card online, receive email notifications about schedules and new courses, and more. Check out our website in the coming weeks for more information, or call 455-0477.


Monday, November 11 - Veterans' Day

Thursday, November 28 - Thanksgiving