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    Bridges to the Future

    Mahalo for helping us raise $118 Million for Chaminade University

    The Goal: In the summer of 2008, Chaminade University embarked on its most ambitious fundraising effort to date – raising $100 million by December 2018 to bridge our past successes with future initiatives.

    The Need: Capitalizing on the success of the $66 million Transformations campaign, Chaminade University continues to thrive as a place of purpose, promise, and success. The launch of the $100 million Bridges to the Future campaign demonstrates Chaminade’s commitment to addressing the ongoing need for access to quality higher education opportunities, particularly for students who might not otherwise be able to afford college.

    Campaign Capping: 国产偷拍视频Chaminade University raised $118 million in the form of private gifts, grants, and public funding.

    Mahalo for your generosity.
    Your Contributions facilitated the following:

    46 new privately funded scholarships
    $1.5 Million gift for Marianist Student Leadership Center
    90% retention rate for Native Hawaiian students
    • Generous philanthropic partners throughout the state have helped us double our endowment so that more students can receive financial assistance to ensure that a autofixs.comcation is more affordable.
    • We developed Hawai‘i’s only four-year graduation guarantee with the goal of reducing the time to graduation and the cost of college.
    • We reinforced our Catholic and Marianist identity with increased activities that engage students’ spiritual needs through Campus ministry, spiritual convocation, prayer services, Catholic mass, spiritual retreats and engagement with the Marianist brothers.
    • We improved retention, graduation and job placement rates for our students through a strategic focus on advising, tutoring and career development services (e.g., 79% first- to second-year retention rate).
    • We deepened our commitment to Native Hawaiian student college success by securing significant resources for Native Hawaiian scholarships and student support, and by developing a model program for Native Hawaiian student retention.
    • We reaffirmed inclusivity of all cultures and traditions and worked to embed culture-based approaches in our degree programs, learning outcomes and educational practices. Currently, Chaminade is recognized as having the highest percentage of Native Hawaiian students enrolled at any university.
    • We successfully leveraged a scholarship partnership with Kamehameha Schools—the Ho’oulu Scholars Program—into two new $1 million scholarships to benefit Native Hawaiians and other ethnicities.
    • We awarded 614 (354 Bachelor + 260 Master) education degrees, with licensure.
    • Our School of Nursing students completed over 226,000 hours of clinical practice.
    • More than 100 Hogan Entrepreneurial students traveled abroad to India, China and Japan to learn how Asian companies operate and gain an intensive cultural learning experience that promotes international cooperation and cross-cultural understanding.
    74 students certified for Teach for America
    6,700 students earned their associate, undergraduate or graduate degrees
    • We increased the quality of and expanded our academic program offerings, most notably launching the School of Nursing.
    • The Marianist Province of the United States made a gift to establish the Marianist Center for Student Leadership. The center will provide a signature formational four-year leadership development program for undergraduate students uniquely based on Marianist Catholic values, and will incorporate traditional Hawaiian values as well.
    • We made a major commitment to faculty professional development through a new Center for Teaching and Learning which supports faculty in a variety of high-impact learning practices, as well as faculty scholarship. There has been double-digit growth in university-wide peer-reviewed articles in world-class
    • We recruited top-notch faculty, enhancing our academic reputation.
    • We established 70 clinical partners for our School of Nursing, including international partners.
    • We joined an International Simulation Collaborative Partnership with Tokyo Healthcare University.
    • We secured an accounting accreditation from the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)—the first in Hawaii.
    • We launched an Island Business MBA program.
    93 student-athletes were named to the Academic All-Pacific West Conference Team in 2018
    1 in 10 Chaminade students participate in our NCAA Division II sports
    8 Wounded Warriors hosted at the Maui Jim Maui Invitational
    • We hired the first full-time athletics director and the first full-time women’s volleyball coach. This year, the women’s volleyball team tied for third place in the PacWest standings and earned its first NCAA West Regional appearance since 2004.
    • We built the new Silversword Athletics Training Center and Locker Rooms, renovated facilities to house our coaches’ offices and refurbished the tennis courts.
    • One in ten Chaminade students participate in our NCAA Division II sports.
    • In 2018, our student-athletes had a combined 3.2 GPA, beating the university’s previous record.
    14% of campus energy needs filled by new solar farm
    100% of major buildings on campus renovated
    1 new Center for Teaching and Learning
    • We completed renovations and upgrades to virtually every major building on campus, expanding our overall classroom footprint, creating new offices, state-of-the-art science labs and a centralized and lively student center.
    • We re-imagined classrooms to be student-focused and created active learning centers, and invested in cutting-edge educational technology to bolster student engagement.
    • We invested in environmentally sustainable infrastructure, in particular a new solar farm.
    500 plus Chaminade graduates serve as Hawaii's public school teachers
    34,650 meals to homeless individuals and families at the Next Step Shelter
    $1 million in tax rebates recouped by our accounting students for homeless individuals and families
    • Our School of Nursing trained 265 nurses to work in hospitals and clinics in Hawaii and abroad.
    • Our accounting students filed tax returns for low-income and homeless individuals and families.

    Read about the Bridges to the Future capping event on April 23 >>

    Questions? Contact Us.

    Contact Gregory Fischbach at (808) 739-4672 or gregory.fischbach@autofixs.com.