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CCH alumni hold reunion on campus

Mike Foley | University Relations | 25 July 2008

There's a lot of gray hair — or in some cases, none — and a few of them walk with canes now, but for the 100-plus Church College of Hawaii alumni holding their Mega Reunion on campus from July 24-27, they still show an abundance of Seasider spirit as well as aloha for each other and their alma mater.

New tuition payment and refund policy

Arley LK Enesa | Financial Services | 24 July 2008

New location for BYUH parking sticker

Leilani Miller | University Relations | 24 July 2008

Gibsons leave after nine months at CIE

Ryan Anderson | University Relations | 18 July 2008

After nine months of service and many gifts given to BYU-Hawaii, Stephen and Bette Gibson have returned to their home in Provo, Utah and positions at the BYU campus there. During their short time here, the Gibsons served as volunteers, instructors, mentors and, as always, entrepreneurs.

WASC reaffirms 10-year accreditation

University Relations | 18 July 2008

Following a comprehensive, multi-stage review process over the past two years, the Western Association of Schools & Colleges (WASC) has reaffirmed Brigham Young University Hawaii's accreditation for the next 10 years.

Peterson devotional: principles of aloha

 Leilani Miller | University Relations | 17 July 2008

Elder Stephen Peterson, president of the Hawaii Honolulu Mission, and his wife, Sister Cathy Peterson, expressed their excitement and gratitude at the opportunity to speak, in tandem, at a BYU Hawaii devotional. The message they shared was that of the mission motto:

Creating a culture of compliance at BYUH

Compliance Department | University Relations | 11 July 2008

PCC hosts “family day” to celebrate the Iosepa

Ryan Anderson | University Advancement | 8 July 2008

The Polynesian Cultural Center offered free admission to Hawaii kamaaina, or resident families, Saturday, June 28, to celebrate the public dedication of the its Halau Wa’a O Iosepa, the new home of BYU-Hawaii’s 57-foot traditional style double-hulled canoe. Hawaii residents who attended enjoyed a cultural presentation, hula performances and a free concert by local musician Willie K.

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