Learn to build a Hawaiian dry box for fish, fruit

Do you like dried fish? If you do, learn how to simply build a dry-box to make your own dried fish in the Hawaiian Center on Wednesday afternoon.
You can also use a drying box for jerky, as well as sun-dried fruits.
Supplies and building materials are free, but limited to 30 kits.
The work shop starts at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 3 on the second floor of Building 5.

Apply for financial aid — on your phone

Finding financial aid for school has never been easier. You can even apply on your phone now.

Students and parents can download the myStudentAid mobile app from both the Apple App Store and Google Play (Android). The myFAFSA component — which can be used to complete the FAFSA form — is currently the mobile app’s featured function. The FAFSA form also is available at fafsa.gov and in PDF form.

Starting today (Oct. 1), the app will offer the 2019-20 FAFSA form.

This release of myFAFSA offers the following features:

  • ability to begin, complete, and submit a new FAFSA form for the 2018–19 FAFSA processing cycle
  • customized experience based on whether the user is a student, parent, or preparer
  • secure environment with the same data protections as fafsa.gov

In addition to the features provided by myFAFSA, the myStudentAid mobile app provides links to the following services:

If a student submits his or her FAFSA form from the mobile app, the form will be sent to the Central Processing System.