There are over 23,000 Leeward Community College alumni living out their educational and professional dreams. We are diverse and global, and all part of the Leeward Community College ‘ohana.
This site is the place for us to connect!
Whether you want to find out about upcoming events, network with fellow alumni, update your contact info, share exciting news or take advantage of numerous other resources and opportunities available, we’re here for you!
If you have any questions or suggestions, please contact:
Senior Director of Community & Alumni Engagement – Community Colleges
Leeward CC alumnus and Leeward Theatre Manager Chris Patrinos appeared on Living808 to talk about making a career change.Read More
Rovy Anne Dipaysa is the first Early College student to earn her associate in arts degree before her high school diploma.Read More
Leeward CC students held a special performance in France as part of the Festival à Corps dance festival.Read More
Mahalo to the Leeward CC alumni who participated in the OCEWD survey this summer!Read More
Almost 1,000 students have been awarded Hawaiʻi Promise scholarships for the 2017 fall semester.Read More
Leeward CC alumni were recognized for their work in dance, music and theatre.Read More
Leeward CC and UH Mānoa alumna Jasmine Choy shares her inspiring story on KHON’s Living808.Read More
Leeward CC alumni—we want to hear from you.Read More
UH Community College alumni enjoyed an evening of baseball and camaraderie at Les Murakami Stadium.Read More
L’ulu celebrated its 10th anniversary this year with the return of 10 culinary alumni.Read More
Executive chef Ron de Guzman of Stage restaurant says his best work is developing people, not awesome food.Read More
For BLT Market’s junior sous chef ToryAnn Nakayama, working in San Francisco opened up new worlds of culinary excitement.Read More
Alumni had a chance to tour Leeward’s culinary arts facility and indulge in delectable delights.Read More
When faced with the decision of continuing his music career or fulfilling his dream of becoming a teacher, Glenn Medeiros knew college…Read More
Attendees learned about the health benefits of native and non-indigenous plants, techniques for promoting better health and more.Read More
May 3, 2018
Bitters & Bites