Inspiring and transforming lives since 1972
For 50 years, Windward Community College has been educating future entrepreneurs, scientists, dreamers, artists, and builders. WCC is celebrating its golden anniversary with a goal of raising $1 million for scholarships—to help all students fulfill their dreams of a college education. The college is kicking off its 50th anniversary year with two events. We hope you will join us!
sat01apr10:00 amsat5:00 pmUHCC Kani Kūola Festival 10:00 am - 5:00 pm(GMT-10:00) View in my timeWindward Community College, 45-720 Kea‘ahala Rd., Kāne‘ohe, Hawai‘i
fri14apr11:00 amfri1:00 pmEarth Day11:00 am - 1:00 pm(GMT-10:00) View in my timeHale Uluwehi, 45-720 Kea‘ahala Rd., Kane‘ohe, Hawai‘i
COVID-19 & Pandemic Response Administrative Assistant, Hawai’i Department of Health
"Windward Community College played a huge role in shaping my future. The guidance from faculty and experience gained working on the school newspaper helped launch my nearly 40-year career in journalism and communications. After decades of news and sports broadcasting, I am now in charge of pandemic communications for the Hawai’i Department of Health."
retired, Student Parent Counselor, Windward Community College
"I enrolled at WCC as a non-traditional student with 16 years of hotel management experience. Windward presented an amazing experience of self development, academic learning and the vehicle through which I realigned my professional future. The career counselor became my mentor, the Writing Center guided me through academic writing and TRiO SSS tutored me through math. I was treated with professionalism, patience and diligence that was the foundation of my academic achievements through a master’s degree at Hawai'i Pacific University. I have fulfilled my dream of serving WCC students with the same respect and guidance I was recipient of so many years earlier."
Student and Academic Support, Windward Community College
Makana Tani lives and breathes Windward Community College, and goes above and beyond in supporting WCC's students, staff, and faculty and community. He is the epitome of one of WCC's core values–He pūnāwai kahe wale ke aloha. Serving and supporting with aloha. Makana is the perfect example of the amazing foundation that WCC instills in students who come through its doors to be successful and grow in both their professional and personal lives and also coming full circle and giving back to WCC and the windward community.