- By Dwayne Sakaguchi, Kapi‘o Staff Writer
Kapi‘olani Community College is the top transfer institution in the state, both in percentage and overall number of students who transfer to four-year institutions — thanks in part to Ka‘ie‘ie, a program that allows students to enroll in classes at UHM while still enrolled at a community college. Read more…
- By Thai Luong, Kapi‘o Staff Writer
Kapi‘olani Community College recently unveiled six new commercials designed to reverse declining enrollment rates and communicate the college’s “brand” to a larger audience. Read more…
- By Christina Parlin, Kapi‘o Staff Writer
Kapiʻolani Community College Dean of Arts and Sciences Charles Sasaki traveled to Russia in spring 2013 to reach out to Russian post-secondary education administrators and share his insights about the American community college system.
“It’s a scary place — and challenging,” Sasaki said. “So to see all that stuff on the TV now, and to have me, a kid from Hawaii, go all the way to Russia, much less Ukraine, is amazing.” Despite the tense atmosphere, Sasaki thrived. Read more…
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