Student Congress is the official channel between students and administration. As the official student voice, we work diligently to receive student feedback, concerns and input. We provide opportunities for students to practice and enhance their leadership skills while creating spaces that promote diversity and individual growth. We invite you to come visit our office any time in Iliahi 129 (next to Subway). If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at


The Associated Students of Kapi‘olani Community College Student Congress is the official governing organization of the student body. Thriving in a multicultural and student-centered community, it is Student Congress’s priority to increase student involvement, and address student issues and concerns.


Associated Students of Kapiʻolani Community College Student Congress is a student driven organization committed to serving as an active resource for students, and advocating for the student body. The student voice at the College, University of Hawaiʻi System, and community levels through a transparent process, we engage in matters at those levels to ensure continuity and success of the organization’s values.



Three office positions remained available after the Student Congres 2017-2018 Elections. Those positions (Secretary, Treasurer, and Public Relations officer) will be filled trough nominations, either self-appointed or indicated, to be voted in by the Student Congress in the first General Meeting of Fall 2017. The date will be available soon.



Tasi Yanger

Ish Salameh
Vice President

Contact Us:
Visit us: ‘Iliahi 129

Call us: (808) 734-9580

Email us:

Stephan Bradley
Public Relations

Shannon Sakamoto
Faculty Advisor

The Student Congress office will not operate under regular schedule during Summer. If you would like to contact Student Congress please send e-mail to or refer to one of the forms on the bottom of this page.




Available soon



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