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The Centennial Campaign and UH Community Colleges

Amount Raised: $31.9 million

Bequest Intentions: $6.2 million
These are lifetime gifts that donors have notified UHF that they have included in their estate plans. Many donors include the university in their estate plans without notifying UHF of their intentions.

Total Raised: $38.1 million

Number of Donors: More than 15,000

Alumni Participation: 7% averaged among the 7 community college campuses.

Endowed Gifts: $10 million
Endowed gifts are invested. Income generated from these investments provide annual support in perpetuity.

Examples of how the Campaign Benefited UH Community Colleges

Enhancing Academic Excellence: More than $22.4 million

Funds for academic support, conferences, enrichment, faculty and staff support/awards, libraries and special programs.

Strengthening Undergraduate Education: More than $6.1 million

Funds for student aid and services programs including 132 new student aid accounts providing new program funds, student awards and scholarships. These new accounts coupled with existing ones bring the total number of student aid accounts managed by UHF for Community Colleges to 334. (UHF manages 1,455 student aid accounts system-wide.)

Fulfilling UH Community Colleges's Research Mission: More than $700,000

Maui Community College, Leeward Community College and Honolulu Community College received the majority of research funds.

Capital Projects: More than $2.4 million

Other Program Support: More than $300,000

Funds for public service & extension and publications.

For Our University, Our Hawai‘i, Our Future