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Are you seeing these issues around your home? We Can Help!
  Free College Applications
We welcome the Class of 2022 to
the University of Hawai‘i’s seven community colleges for education and training in a wide range of programs...
  University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges is launching a new admis- sion application called the Kama‘āina App and East O‘ahu high school seniors are welcome to apply.
          The easy and free appli- cation is exclusively for Hawai‘i’s class of 2022 graduating high school se- niors. The process takes less than 15 minutes to complete and there is no application fee.
“We welcome the Class of 2022 to the University of Hawai‘i’s seven com- munity colleges for educa- tion and training in a wide range of programs that pre- pares them for success in careers and contributing to the community,” states UH vice president of cummuni- ty colleges Erika Lacro.
Every student who is el- igible is considered for the Hawai‘i Promise Scholar- ship, which provides free in-state tuition for qualified UHCC students with finan- cial needs. In 2021, about 2,500 UHCC students were offered more than $5 mil- lion of these scholarships.
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• Lifting and stabilizing settling foundations
• Stabilizing sagging floors
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   The short application was intentional, in order to save students valuable time in the college application process. A fast acceptance means stu- dents will not have to wait as long to find out if they have been accepted and can start planning for their futures sooner.
In addition to a new ap- plication, UHCC offers various scholarships to help make a postsecondary education affordable.
Hawai‘i Promise is a “last dollar” scholarship, meaning that it will cover financial needs not met by other forms of financial aid such as federal grants and benefits from scholar- ships from UH, employers and other private sources. Awards are included in stu- dents’ financial aid packag- es issued by their college.
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 The Kama‘āina App is open to all Hawai‘i class of 2022 seniors attending a public, private or charter school.
Students can apply now for the upcoming summer and fall 2022 semesters at
Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education is hosting a series of college application workshops for Hawai‘i public high school seniors needing assistance in completing their applications. To register for an upcoming event, visit col-
HI Lic # CT-36007 C31A, C34, C35, C55
 High school seniors can now apply for college via the Kama‘āina App. PHOTO COURTESY UH COMMUNITY COLLEGES

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