Explore Windward! open house

Windward Community College
Contact:
Bonnie J Beatson, (808) 235-7374
Mktg & Public Rel Dir, Windward Community College
Tom Doi, 808-235-7460
Counselor, Student Affairs
Posted: Mar 30, 2017

Tour Hale Laakea library
Tour Hale Laakea library

For high school students (and their parents) thinking about college, and adults who want to advance in their job, finish their degree or get training in an emerging field, there is a place for you at Windward Community College. Discover the possibilities while taking a relaxing stroll through the UH system’s most beautiful campus. Tour the new 65,000 square-foot library, art, theatre, veterinary technology labs, science and Hawaiian studies facilities, and learn how to enroll in the college’s exciting programs.

Explore Windward! Open House
Saturday, April 22, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. in Hale ‘Ākoakoa
Free! includes refreshments; DRAWING FOR TUITION GIVEAWAY
For more information or to reserve a seat, call 235-7460


See how convenient it can be to either begin your college path or finish a degree program started years earlier. Get information on:

·       Paying for college—how to apply for financial aid and scholarships

·       Mini-tours to view programs you may be interested in

·       Unique programs like Agripharmatech, Vet Tech, Atelier, Performing Arts, Art, and more!

·       Talk to faculty who want to meet you in-person!

Degree and Certificate Programs Showcased
Meet Windward CC faculty and become acquainted with new degree programs, including the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies, the Associate in Science degree in Veterinary Technology, and Associate in Science degrees with concentrations in Pre-Engineering, Biological or Physical Science. A variety of certificate program information will also be available.

“We want to share our campus in a relaxed atmosphere. This day is about meeting the professors and “exploring” new and innovative programs, and learning aboutways to pay for college,” said Tom Doi, counselor at Windward Community College.

For more information, contact Tom Doi at doit@hawaii.edu or 235-7460.