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Today, February 16, 2019

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Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. . at Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria

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The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua: Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods.. at Paliku Theatre


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February 17

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua: Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

February 18

Presidents' Day: holiday, campus closed

February 20

DSLR Shooting Modes Made Easy: A Two-Part Hands-On Introductory Workshop: This hands-on introductory workshop will teach you how to set it up, use shooting modes and take your photography to the next level. (2 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 6:00pm to 9:00pm

February 21

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua: Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

February 22

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua: Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

February 23

Food Safety & Sanitation - ServSafe® 8-Hour Food Handler Certification: This 8-hour certification program provides foodservice managers with training in all areas of food safety relevant to a food establishment. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 8:00am to 4:30pm

CyberSafety Education and Awareness Workshop: This workshop will explain in lay terms the safety and security issues in computer technology and what the Internet poses to the user. ( 1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 9:00am to 11:00am

Imaginarium Show: Magic Treehouse, Space Mission: Mysterious “M” sends the intrepid Jack and Annie on a fun-filled journey to discover the secrets of the Sun, Moon, planets, space travel and more. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Cowboy Astronomer: Cowboy poet, Baxter Black, skillfully weaves a tapestry of star tales, Native American legends, and constellation identification. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:15pm

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua: Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

February 24

The Epic Voyage of Kaneʻapua: Abandoned on an island far away from his homeland of Kahiki, the young akua (god) Kaneʻapua hitches a ride on the great canoe of Wahanui. But when the voyage begins, no one is ready for the obstacles they encounter both natural and supernatural. Written and Directed by Moses Goods. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

February 28

Sharpen Your Knife Skills: The knife is the first and most used tool in the kitchen. Learn about different types of knives and their specific uses. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 6:00pm to 8:00pm


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March 1

Hawai'i Student Success Institute: Join your colleagues in discussions on latest strategies and progress going at each of our colleges. Learn about national trends that lends to the theme "Integrated Student Support: A Holistic Approach" and supports UHCCs efforts towards students' success. - Hawaii Convention Center

Excellence in Education: no classes

Imaginarium Show: Astronaut: Find out what it takes to be an astronaut as you experience a rocket launch and microgravity from an astronaut's point of view. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Stars: Journey to the farthest reaches of our galaxy and experience both the awesome beauty and destructive power of STARS. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:15pm

March 2

Hawai'i Student Success Post-Institute: Achieving the Dream will conduct a post-institute on Holistic Student Support. This working session guides colleges in our continuing work on integrating student support. - Hawaii Convention Center

March 4

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (7 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

March 8

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

March 9

Food Safety & Sanitation - ServSafe® 8-Hour Food Handler Certification: This 8-hour certification program provides foodservice managers with training in all areas of food safety relevant to a food establishment. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 8:00am to 4:30pm

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

March 10

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

March 12

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

March 13

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

March 14

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

March 15

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

March 16

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

March 17

Burning/Memory: Two Adapted Noh Plays: "Cane Fields Burning" by Kemuel Demoville and "Memory of a Dream" adapted from Matzukaze by Taurie Kinoshita-two Japanese Noh-inspired one act plays. Directed by Taurie Kinoshita. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

March 18

Spring Recess, day one: no classes

March 19

Spring Recess, day two: no classes

March 20

Spring Recess, day three: no classes

March 21

Last Day to Make up an I Grade from Previous Fall

Spring Recess, day four: no classes

March 22

Spring Recess, day five: no classes

March 23

Imaginarium Show: Earth, Moon and Sun: Join this fast-paced and fun-filled show as it explores the wonders of lunar phases, sunrises and sunsets, eclipses, space travel to our Moon and other puzzles. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show Double Feature: Totality and Two Small Pieces of Glass: Two Small Pieces of Glass reveals how four hundred years ago a simple adjustment to a child’s spyglass revealed for the first time an infinite and perplexing universe. Totality is all about eclipses – from lunar to total solar how they occur and what happens when they do. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:15pm

March 25

Last Day to Withdraw with a W Grade, Spring

Last Day to Establish Credit/No-credit and Audit Options, Spring

Last Day to Make up an I Grade from Previous Fall

March 26

Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole Day: holiday, campus closed

March 27

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 9:30am to 11:30am

March 28

The Way of The Strawberry: Spring signals the peak of strawberry season. This popular antioxidant fruit is often eaten plain and pairs beautifully in other ways. (1 mtg.) - Hale ʻĀkoakoa 132, 6:00pm to 8:00pm


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April 1

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (9 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

April 5

Imaginarium Show: Phantom of the Universe-The Search For Dark Matter: Phantom of the Universe is a new planetarium show designed to immerse audiences in the search for dark matter. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Led Zeppelin: "Led Zeppelin" remains one of the most popular music shows ever performed in planetariums. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:15pm

April 6

CyberSafety Education and Awareness Workshop: This workshop will explain in lay terms the safety and security issues in computer technology and what the Internet poses to the user. ( 1 mtg.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 9:00am to 11:00am

April 8

First Day of Registration, Summer

First Day of Registration, Fall

April 10

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

April 11

Conquering Your Finances: Learn how to eliminate debt and start saving with practical tips on handling your money. - Hale Kuhina 106, 6:00pm to 7:30pm

April 13

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 2:00pm

April 15

First Day of New/Returning/Transfer Student Registration, Fall

Commencement Program Deadline

April 18

Photographic Composition Made Easy - A Two-Part Hands-On Introductory Workshop: Work with the instructor who will teach you the basic concepts and rules of composition. (2 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 114, 6:00pm to 9:00pm

April 19

Good Friday: holiday, campus closed

April 27

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Kaluokahina: Kaluokahina is an enchanted tropical coral reef whose colorful inhabitants have always lived in this peaceful, secret world--until a volcanic catastrophe breaks the spell. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Expedition Reef: – This new planetarium show provides an up-close look at a part of our planet many people have never experienced. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:15pm


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May 1

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (8 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

May 2

Last Day of Instruction, Spring

Last Day to Certify for Graduation/Diploma Application

May 3

Imaginarium Show: Stars of the Pharaohs: Journey back 6,000 years to the land of ancient Egypt to view the stars in its desert skies. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon: Pink Floyd’s 1973 classic rock music album synched with the next generation of computer generated imagery of mesmerizing waves of colors, images, and animations. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:15pm

May 4

Exam Period Begins, Spring

May 8

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

May 10

Commencement

Last Day of the Semester, Spring

Exam Period Ends, Spring

May 14

Grades are Due, Spring: grades may be available to students later in the week

May 19

Faculty Duty End Date, Spring

May 20

Summer Session I begins

May 21

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

May 23

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 6:00pm

May 25

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 9:30am to 11:30am

Imaginarium Show: One World, One Sky: Elmo and Big Bird live in the United States and Hu Hu Zhu lives far away in China, but they discovered that they still see the same stars at night! - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Double Feature: Maunakea: Between Earth and Sky and Mayan Archaeoastronomy: Maunakea: Between Earth and Sky explores connections between Hawaiian culture and Maunakea astronomy. Mayan Archaeoastronomy intertwines science and mythology to take the viewer on a poetic journey of the way Mayans have viewed and understood the Universe throughout their history. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:15pm

May 27

Memorial Day: holiday, campus closed


June 2019

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June 3

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (8 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

June 7

Imaginarium Show: Dream To Fly: Discover the mystery of flight from early myths to Leonardo da Vinci, Montgolfier brothers, Wright brothers, and other inventors. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Ancient Skies: This program explores the possibilities that the construction of ancient monuments were intimately connected to celestial cycles. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 8:15pm

June 11

King Kamehameha I Day: holiday, campus closed

June 12

Imaginarium Show: Stargazing: Join the ever engaging storyteller and presenter Krissie Kellogg for a delightful tour of the constellations in the Imaginarium skies. Stay informed with the changes of the stars, planets and moon as they move through space. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 7:00pm

June 15

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 10:00am

June 22

Imaginarium Show: Perfect Little Planet: Discover our solar system through a new set of eyes – a family of insects from another star system seeking the perfect vacation spot. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Tales of the Maya Skies: Rediscover the treasures of the advanced Mayan civilization whose sophisticated mathematics predicted eclipses, forecast seasonal change and formulated a calendar of extraordinary precision. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:15pm

June 28

Summer Session I ends


July 2019

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July 1

Summer Session II begins

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (10 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

July 4

Independence Day (Observed): holiday, campus closed

July 9

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

July 13

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 9:30am to 11:30am

July 14

Veterinary Technology Information Session: Please attend if you are interested in the Veterinary Assisting and Veterinary Technology Program at Windward Community College. - Hale Pālanakila 102, 2:00pm

July 20

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Back to the Moon for Good: This show presents the engineering and innovative steps taken by international teams competing to land a spacecraft on the Moon and vie for the $30 million Google Lunar XPRIZE. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 1:00pm

Imaginarium Show: Dawn of the Space Age : Re-live the excitement of the early days of space exploration, from the launch of the first artificial satellite to the magnificent lunar landings and privately operated space flights. - Hokulani Imaginarium, 2:15pm


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August 9

Summer Session II ends

Payment Due, Fall Registration

August 15

Last Day of Regular Registration, Fall

August 16

Statehood Day: holiday, campus closed

August 17

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

August 19

Late Registration and Late Fees begin, Fall

August 27

Last Day to Add/Late Register, Fall: for semester-length classes

Last Day for 100% Refund, Fall


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September 2

Labor Day: holiday, campus closed

September 4

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (8 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

September 7

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 8

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 9

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

September 10

Last Day for 50% Refund, Fall

Last Day to Withdraw without a "W" Grade, Fall

September 14

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 15

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 16

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

September 21

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 9:30am to 11:30am

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 22

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 23

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm

September 24

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

September 28

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 29

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 7:30pm

September 30

The Wiz: I'm A Bright Kid Foundation production. The 1975 Broadway musical that retold the story of “The Wizard of Oz” as a journey through the African-American culture of the mid-1970s. - Paliku Theatre, 4:00pm


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October 2

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (9 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

October 12

Writing Retreat: Our Writing Retreat is not exactly a class but is an opportunity to meet and write in company with other beginning and experienced writers. Here we tap into our mutual creative energy. - Hale ʻĀkoakoa Cafeteria, 9:30am to 2:00pm

October 28

Last Day to Withdraw with a "W" Grade, Fall

Last Day to Establish Credit/No-credit and Audit Options, Fall

Last Day to Make up an "I Grade" from Previous Spring


November 2019

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November 4

First Day of Continuing Student Registration, Spring

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (7 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

November 9

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 9:30am to 11:30am

November 11

Veterans' Day: holiday, campus closed

November 12

Japanese Flower Arranging - Ikebana Sogetsu : Use your creative spirit and aesthetic awareness to assemble materials and endow them with a value transcending that which they had in nature. (6 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

November 28

Thanksgiving Day: holiday, campus closed


December 2019

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December 2

TaiChi (Yang Style): Learn this venerable Chinese martial arts to improve your mental and physical health. An excellent prescription for stress relief. (4 mtgs.) - Hale Kuhina 115, 6:30pm to 7:30pm

December 5

Last Day of Instruction, Fall

December 14

Payment Due, Spring Registration

December 15

Deadline for Spring Admissions Application, 2:00pm to 2:00pm

December 25

Christmas (Observed): holiday, campus closed


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January 1

New Year's Day (Observed): holiday, campus closed

January 2

Faculty Duty Start Date, Spring

January 3

Last Day of Regular Registration, Spring

January 6

Late Registration and Late Fees begin, Spring

In-Person Add/Drop Fee Begins, Spring

January 13

First Day of Instruction, Spring

January 14

Last Day to Add/Late Register, Spring: for semester-length classes

Last Day for 100% Refund, Spring

January 20

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: holiday, campus closed

January 29

Last Day for 50% Refund, Spring

Last Day to Withdraw without a "W" Grade, Spring


February 2020

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February 17

Presidents' Day: holiday, campus closed


March 2020

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March 16

Spring Recess, day one: no classes

March 17

Spring Recess, day two: no classes

March 18

Spring Recess, day three: no classes

March 19

Last Day to Withdraw with a W Grade, Spring

Last Day to Establish Credit/No-credit and Audit Options, Spring

Last Day to Make up an I Grade from Previous Fall

Spring Recess, day four: no classes

March 20

Spring Recess, day five: no classes


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April 2

Good Friday: holiday, campus closed

April 30

Last Day of Instruction, Spring


May 2020

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May 17

Faculty Duty End Date, Spring

May 18

Summer Session I begins