Funds to Support

Mahalo for your kōkua. Thank you for your consideration of making a gift to HPU. Below are ways to show your generosity.

ALOHAPONO | KULEANA

Aloha "Meaning hello, goodbye, love, kindness and grace, unity, humility, patience and waiting for the right moment."

Experiential learning is happening at the College of Health and Society's Simulation Center. Inspired by our patients in our Hawaiian communities, we need to continue in creating leading-edge simulated learning environments that prepare our students for the real-world!




more ON Simulation based learning

Spark creativity and critical thinking with a gift today to CNCS! Your impact helps our students look closer at problems, explore solutions, and do more both on campus and in their careers.



Support the CNCS

In the College of Health and Society (CHS) students are working towards those dreams of becoming future nurses, healthcare providers, public health advocates, and social workers. 



SUPPORT THE CHS

Pono "Meaning righteous, honest and moral, and an energy of necessity."

The Student Action Fund for Emergency Relief (SAFER) is meant to help our HPU 'ohana in their time of need. The fund must be sustained by contributions from alumni, parents, faculty, staff and friends of the University.
Make a donation to SAFER.



MORE ABOUT SAFER

Kuleana "Meaning responsibility and rights, and concern for all interests, property, and people."

Did you know that nearly every student has benefited from the generosity of alumni and friends who came before them? Let’s continue to lead the way for current and future sharks. Show your Shark pride by donating to the Senior Class Gift! Your participation will champion other HPU students as they continue to reach their higher education goals.




DONATE TO THE SENIOR CLASS GIFT
Library

In this age of innovation and technology, Hawai'i Pacific University Libraries are more relevant than ever as we help our students sift through the masses of data available to them to find high quality sources of knowledge. Our libraries must continually adapt and become more versatile to meet their shifting needs.



Support The library