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OHA gives $83,000 to help UH retain and recruit Native Hawaiian students

By Associated Press


The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is giving $83,000 to the University of Hawaii at Manoa's College of Education to help retain and recruit Native Hawaiian students. 

In a statement written in English and in Hawaiian, the university said last week that Project Puuhonua was established as part of a commitment to Native Hawaiian advancement. 

University officials say this is the first college-wide effort to address recruitment and retention of Native Hawaiian students. 

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