ASIST Scholarship has extended their deadline to 4/12 (Saturday). Check out the flyer in our scholarship section for details.
The Univ of Phoenix-College of Education will be holding an information session regarding the articulation agreement between Leeward CC and UOP's Elem Ed program in Kapolei on:
Wed, March 5th
ED 103 (NEW ED BUILDING!)
More than half of their degree requirements can be fulfilled at Leeward CC and therefore, this is just another option for students to consider in their academic planning. Please see attached flyer for details on the info session. Thanks for helping us spread the word!
Don't think you can make a difference? Do you think you have great ideas about the campus but don't have the time? These Senators felt the same way, until they joined Student Government:
“College gives a person a lot of opportunities for personal growth. For me Student Government helped me grow into someone I've always wanted to be"
“Controversy is difficult to deal with if somebody feels like a “nobody.” Joining Leeward Student Government has helped me feel like a “somebody,” by giving me an opportunity to be a voice for controversial issues.”
My motivation behind joining Leeward CC Student Government came from my childhood; growing up I would always ask myself why didn't "somebody" do that or why "somebody" hasn't changed this? Then one day I realized I am that "somebody"
To apply: Contact Amanda Bird: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information click here:
Hi AAT students,
If you are graduating this semester and intend to transfer to a UH System college (i.e., UH Manoa, UH West Oahu, or UH Hilo), be sure to check out the attached flyer regarding the UH System's Automatic Admissions program. Some of you may have gotten your invitations via your Hawaii.edu email accounts already. Be sure to check out the information and let me know if you have any questions.
Deadline to accept: MARCH 3, 2014 (Monday)
(not 3/15/14 as was previously advertised)
This is an event for anyone who is interested in learning more about UHM and/or are wanting to transfer to UHM. Mānoa Experience Sat., March 1, 9 am – 12:00 noon A “must” for students who want to transfer to UHM! This free preview day designed for prospective students. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with engaging faculty & staff from over 180 programs at informational booths, visit with student services, participate in activities, take tours, watch performances by student groups & more! Register: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/admissions/experience/
Transportation from LCC will be provided. Sign up to ride a bus from LCC to UHM by contacting LCC Sulong Aral Program Manager Trixia Soria. Contact info: DA-204 or 455-0529 or email@example.com. Deadline to sign up for the bus: Friday, 2/14/14.
Students are encouraged to sign up and attend.
Hi AAT students,
For those of you who will be graduating this semester and are thinking of transferring to either UH Manoa, UH West Oahu, or UH Hilo, be sure to check out the attached flyer.
The UH System offers AUTOMATIC ADMISSIONS/ACCEPTANCE to qualified students. This means that you don't have to pay an application fee or write an essay or even fill out an application. If you qualify, all you do is click a button...and PRESTO, you are admitted! (Please note that this is just for general admissions to the university...if you are applying to College of Education or specific programs, they will have a separate application process and requirements...this auto admit is just to the university itself).
Check out the flyer for more information, deadlines,eligibility requirements (mahalo to LCCW counselor, Jean, for the lovely flyer). Take care,erin
Hi AATers!If you are a new student (or maybe not such a new student) and would like a refresher on How to Register, Using Laulima, Using STAR degree check, Benefits of Seeing a Counselor :o) etc, then be sure to check out this website: http://emedia.leeward.hawaii.edu/nso It is a nice resource for students! Take care,erin
Mahalo to AAT peer mentor, Kevin, for giving us this lead! If any of you know a middle or high school student who has an exceptional teacher that he/she would want to recognize, Barnes and Noble is holding a contest where students can nominate their favorite teacher and win fabulous prizes! Check out the link below for more details...
Aloha AAT students,
Below is some very helpful information from our Native Hawaiian STEM counselor. Be sure to check out one of these sessions as it will help you with understanding scholarship programs.
The Office of Hawaiian Affairs will be holding scholarship fairs in December and January throughout the islands. These fairs are part of a partnership with the University of Hawai‘i, Native Hawaiian Education Association, Gear Up Hawai‘i, and the Pacific Financial Aid Association. These fairs (or "'Aha") provide a "one-stop-shop" for Native Hawaiian students who need tips on how to apply for scholarships as well as several scholarship vendors who will have booths on site. It's a very popular event so please BE THERE EARLY.
Here are the dates for Oʻahu:
O‘ahuWai‘anae Comprehensive Health Center, Dining Pavilion, Dec. 6, 6-8:30 p.m. Windward Community College, Hale ‘Ākoakoa 101, Dec. 7, 6-8:30 p.m. Kapolei, Department of Hawaiian Home Lands, Hale Kalaniana‘ole, Dec. 13, 6-8:30 p.m. Honolulu community college, (Building 2, second floor), Jan. 11, 6-8 p.m. Kahuku High School Cafeteria, Jan. 12, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Waimānalo, Ka Ho‘oilina na Kūhiō Community Center, Jan. 17, 5:30-8:30 p.m. UH Manoa, Feb. 2, 6-8 p.m.