Governor to Proclaim April 23 as UH Community Colleges Day
MEDIA ALERTUniversity of Hawaiʻi
Vice President for Community Colleges
The University of Hawai'i Community College System celebrates 50 years of higher education with a proclamation from Hawai'i State Governor Neil Abercrombie on April 23, 2014. On this exact day in 1964, Governor John A. Burns signed into law a major piece of legislation that would forever change the educational landscape of the entire state of Hawai'i—affordable higher education. Serving more than 33,000 students statewide, the UH Community College System is seven campuses strong providing Hawai'i's citizens with the best opportunities and resources available in higher education today.
Proclamation Presentation Ceremony
The Honorable Neil Abercrombie, Governor
UH Board of Regents Chair John Holzman
UH Interim President David Lassner
UH Vice President John Morton
UH Associate Vice Presidents Michael Unebasami & Peter Quigley
Community College Chancellors and Vice Chancellors
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Governor's Chambers, Ceremonial Room, 5th Floor, Hawai'i State Capitol
For more information, visit: http://uhcc.hawaii.edu/uhcc50