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  • Masaki and Momoe Kunimoto Memorial Award for Outstanding Contribution to Vocational Education :: University of Hawaii Community Colleges
    2444 Dole Street Honolulu HI 96822 808 956 8111 Masaki and Momoe Kunimoto Memorial Award for Outstanding Contributions to Vocational Education Kunimoto Award Winner Ku uleinani Breen 2015 Ku uleinani Breen is a student in the Culinary Arts Program at Kaua i Community College A Native Hawaiian Breen was a Wai ale ale Project student which supports all expenses for students whom a college education is a stretch goal She has excelled at Kaua i CC and has earned a place on the dean s list three times and is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society Breen has put in many hours as a volunteer for community events such as The Taste of Kaua i the Rotary Club s annual fund scholarship fundraiser and the college s American Culinary Federation Breakfast and Spring Gourmet Gala fundraiser Breen has earned the respect of faculty members and peers showing perseverance and diligence as a leader in her cohort group One of her greatest contributions has been as a role model She has applied strengths taught in the culinary arts pathway the ability to manage time communicate effectively and successfully positively direct others to complete tasks give full attention as a listener create new and inventive products and help student colleagues She looks forward to beginning her career in the food service business and serving as a community leader Breen s goal is to one day have her own restaurant The Masaki and Momoe Kunimoto Memorial Award for Outstanding Contributions to Vocational Education rewards outstanding achievement and significant contribution to vocational and technical education by a community college faculty member or student The award was established by family members to honor the namesakes role in development of the food industry in Hawai i Select a recipient for more about that

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  • President's speech at the 2006 Convocation of the University of Hawaii System
    and safety We re using public private partnerships to address the state s higher education needs building out new dormitories on Maui and Mānoa and creating whole new campuses in West O ahu and West Hawai i We re making headway on improving the education pipeline from early childhood to the university Our P 20 initiative a partnership with the Good Beginnings Alliance and the Department of Education recently received a 10 million grant from the Kellogg Foundation to insure that all eight year olds can read on grade level by 2015 The American Diploma Project and the Achieving the Dream initiatives financially assisted by the Castle Foundation the Office of Hawaiian Affairs and Kamehameha Schools are also promoting college readiness We re responding to workforce development issues by creating construction academies in 26 public high schools and this year by creating STEM science technology engineering and math academies in 14 public high schools and the innovative MELE program at Honolulu Community College And we ve started the President s Emerging Leaders Program to grow our own leaders we had 125 applications for the first cohort which begins tomorrow with 32 participants Also key to our fundraising success is our governance process which received high marks last year by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges in its visit to the UH System As the newly formed Regents Candidate Advisory Council screens candidates for the Board of Regents it will want to select individuals able to sustain this record of accomplishment In many respects UH is better off today than we were three years ago and we can all be proud of that But there s more to be done First we need to improve our college going rates our retention and transfer rates and our graduation rates setting and reaching specific goals that will bring us to the levels achieved by our peers Second we need to do more to insure the safety of students on our campuses In the coming days we ll release a report of a survey I commissioned in collaboration with the Commission on the Status of Women which will indicate the degree of unreported sexual and relationship violence experienced on and off campus by our students across the system UH is not unusual in comparison with other campuses nationwide but that s little comfort to the individuals surveyed who have experienced such violence We need to do more to address this social issue Our supplemental operating budget request contains as its top priority 8 million in funding for additional security on our campuses building on the funding received in the last three years Third we need to do more to improve the quality of our facilities and to create additional housing for students and for faculty In the coming decade retirements will force us to compete for new faculty talent but our ability to do so will be compromised by high housing costs In this regard I m pleased to report a measure of

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/offices/op/2007/0905convocation.html (2016-02-15)
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  • Admissions application downloads and contact information for the ten University of Hawaii campuses
    but admissions are handled separately by each campus NOTE Questions about your application or application requirements should be directed to the admissions office of the campus you wish to attend Contact information is listed below Contact information Campus admissions office Postal homepage and email address Telephone number University of Hawai i at Mānoa Office of Admissions for undergraduate information 2600 Campus Road Room 001 Honolulu HI 96822 2385 http manoa hawaii edu uhmanoa admissions hawaii edu 808 956 8975 University of Hawai i at Mānoa Graduate Division Admissions Office for graduate information 2540 Maile Way Spalding 354 Honolulu HI 96822 http manoa hawaii edu graduate graduate education hawaii edu 808 956 8544 University of Hawai i at Hilo Office of Admissions 200 West Kawili Street Hilo HI 96720 4091 http hilo hawaii edu uhhadm hawaii edu 808 932 7446 1 800 897 4456 toll free University of Hawai i West O ahu Office of Admissions 91 1001 Farrington Hwy Kapolei HI 96707 http www uhwo hawaii edu admissions uhwo admissions hawaii edu 808 689 2900 Hawai i Community College Admissions Office 200 West Kawili Street Hilo HI 96720 4091 http hawaii hawaii edu hawccar hawaii edu 808 934 2710 Honolulu Community College Admissions Office 874 Dillingham Boulevard Honolulu HI 96817 http honolulu hawaii edu honcc hawaii edu 808 845 9129 Kapi olani Community College Admissions Office 4303 Diamond Head Road Honolulu HI 96816 http www kapiolani hawaii edu admissions 808 734 9555 Kaua i Community College Admissions Records Office 3 1901 Kaumualii Hwy Lihue HI 96766 http kauai hawaii edu arkauai hawaii edu 808 245 8225 Leeward Community College Admissions Records Office 96 045 Ala Ike Pearl City HI 96782 http www leeward hawaii edu lccar hawaii edu 808 455 0642 Maui College Admissions Records Office 310 Kaahumanu Avenue Kahului

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/admissions/contacts.html?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • International student admissions to University of Hawaii campuses
    links below for more about international admissions for undergraduate study at the campus of your choice UH campuses Mānoa Hilo West O ahu Hawai i Honolulu Kapi olani Kaua i Leeward Maui Windward Undergraduate students International applicants to the University of Hawai i campuses must submit standard application information as well as the information detailed below Supplementary Information Form for International Applicants 2015 2016 213 KB PDF 2016 2017 234 KB PDF Test of English as a Foreign Language TOEFL score Write to Educational Testing Service Box 899 Princeton New Jersey 08540 to apply for the test and to have your score sent directly to the Admissions Office of the campus to which you are applying Applicants who are non native speakers of English are required to submit the TOEFL score High school or any college transcripts translated and certified by a school or U S consular official External exam score GCE O A etc translated and certified by a school or U S consular official Graduate students Requirements vary for international students applying to UH graduate programs See information for the campus you wish to attend UH Mānoa UH Hilo Student and faculty exchange For information related to educational

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  • Financial Aid Opportunities at the University of Hawaii System
    form online can prevent errors and save time Get help completing the FAFSA form and learn about financial aid available to Native Hawaiian students at free workshops scheduled statewide in January Once you have been accepted into a University of Hawai i program contact the financial aid office at that campus to find out what additional types of financial assistance may be available and what the application procedures and deadlines are Online Resources College Connections College Board Scholarship Search Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA U S Dept of Education Office of Postsecondary Education OPE fastWEB Kamehameha Schools Post High Financial Aid Web Page for Hawaiian students Nellie Mae Scholarship Experts Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education WH 1 Statement of Citizenship and Tax Status PDF There are many federal state and private resources available to help fund your education at any one of our 10 campuses Financial aid offices at each campus have professional staff members to administer these programs and advise students and families regarding the financial aid and scholarship opportunities available to them The information presented here will help familiarize you with the financial aid services and scholarship programs available throughout the UH System Federal Financial Aid The Federal government has a myriad of grants scholarships work study and loan programs available to those who qualify Check with the financial aid office of the campus you plan to attend for more information on eligibility and deadlines All UH campuses use the U S Department of Education s Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA to determine eligibility for federal and most campus based financial aid programs UH Scholarship Opportunities The University of Hawai i offers a variety of scholarship opportunities and grants for students attending UH campuses The UH system as a whole awards more than

    Original URL path: http://hawaii.edu/finaid/index.php?pv=text (2016-02-15)
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  • Scholarship Opportunities from the University of Hawaii System
    8753 Campus Financial Aid Offices Once you have been accepted to UH contact the financial aid office at the campus you plan to attend to find out what additional types of scholarships and financial aid programs are available application procedures and applicable deadlines Campus financial aid websites and phone numbers Mānoa 808 956 7251 Hilo 808 932 7449 West O ahu 808 689 2900 Hawai i 808 934 2712 Honolulu

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  • Federal Financial Aid Programs from the University of Hawaii System
    Study Perkins Loan etc available to qualified students who have financial need Requirements Students should fill out the FAFSA to be considered for any of these financial opportunities Male citizens of the U S and male immigrant aliens 18 through 25 years old must be registered with the U S Selective Service System to be eligible for federal student loans and grants Men can register at any post office or register on line at www sss gov regist htm These programs are awarded exclusively by the financial aid office at the individual UH campuses Check with the financial aid office where you plan to attend for more information on availability of funds eligibility deadlines and required forms Federal Scholarships and Grants For information about the opportunities listed here please visit the Federal Student Aid website Federal Pell Grant Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education TEACH Grant Federal Work Study Under the Federal Work Study Program you can work part time to earn money for your education The FWS Program provides part time employment while you are enrolled in school helps pay your educational expenses is available to undergraduate and graduate students available to

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  • Financial Aid Forms for the University of Hawaii System
    Affairs 2444 Dole St Bachman Annex 9 Room 5 Honolulu HI 96822 tel 808 956 8753 Supplemental Financial Aid Forms Students applying for financial aid at one of the University of Hawai i System campuses may need additional documentation to complete their aid application The following forms are accepted by all campuses except UH Hilo UH West O ahu and UH Mānoa Check with the financial aid office at these institutions for campus specific forms Financial Aid Forms 2016 17 Authorization of Disclosure PDF Child Support Paid Verification PDF Dependency Override Appeal PDF Dual Enrollment PDF High School Completion Verification PDF Verification of Identity and Statement of Educational Purpose PDF Military Information PDF SNAP Benefits Verification PDF Untaxed Income Verification PDF Unusual Enrollment History Appeal PDF Verification Worksheet PDF IRS Data Retrieval and Tax Transcript Instructions PDF Financial Aid Forms 2015 16 Ability to Benefit PDF Authorization of Disclosure PDF Child Support Paid Verification PDF Dependency Override Appeal PDF Dual Enrollment PDF Eligibility Status Verification PDF only one page is form fillable since the student must get the second page notarized Military Information PDF SNAP Food Stamps Benefits Verification PDF Untaxed Income Verification PDF Unusual Enrollment History Appeal PDF Verification

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