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Without a healthy mix of public and private funds, no college can continue to grow and excel in these challenging times. Without exception, the impact of your gifts on our students, faculty and staff continue to foster transformations in learning and teaching, discovery and innovation, community and culture, and health and wellness throughout the seven community college campus communities.

Impact on Students
As the cost of tuition continues to rise, scholarships become increasingly important in providing students with the opportunities to pursue higher education regardless of their financial barriers. Scholarships provide access to life-changing experiences for many students. Read More
Impact on Facilities
New and well-maintained facilities inspire achievement; improve faculty retention; facilitate cutting-edge technology, innovation and research; and build pride in our community colleges. It provides an environment in which our college community can flourish and contribute to the well-being of our island state. Read More
Impact on Programs
Partnerships between faculty, students and donors increase the potential to create new knowledge and transform lives. It allows discovery and innovation that transcends geographic boundaries and time. The Honda Scholarship for International Study promotes international understanding through support for international travel and study.
Impact on Faculty and Staff
University of Hawai'i Community Colleges Leadership Champion Program was established in 2004, under the vision and sponsorship of Emeritus Chancellor Joyce Tsunoda and the Tsunoda UHCC Leadership Development Fund. CCLC's mission is to identify, encourage, develop and support the next generation of community college leadership. Since its inception, 49 community college employees participated in the program, many of whom ascended to leadership roles on their campuses.
Impact on Leadership
Through the generous support of the Bob and Betty Wo Family Foundation and the Jim and Juanita Wo Family Foundation, the Wo Learning Champions initiative was established in 2000 to focus on professional development for faculty and staff in Hawai'i's two-year institutions. The Wo families recognized the critical impact teachers have on their students. Read More