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Campus Master Calendar for Faculty & Staff

Instructions for subscribing to the Hawai'i Community College Campus Master Calendar for Faculty and Staff

  1. Open Google Calendar.
  2. On the left side, find "Other calendars" and click the down arrow Down arrow Down arrow.
  3. Select Add by URL.
  4. Copy and paste this ICAL link in the field provided:
  5. Click Add calendar. The calendar will appear on the left side under "Other calendars."

Note: It might take up to 12 hours for changes to show in your Google Calendar.

If you have questions, please contact Callie Villanueva at or 934-2810.

How to Unsubscribe

  1. Open Google Calendar.
  2. In the top right, click Settings  Settingsand thenSettings.
  3. At the top of the page, click the Calendars tab.
  4. Find the calendar you no longer want access to, and click the Unsubscribe link on the right.

Hawaiʻi CC Guidelines & Procedures for Calendar Submissions

Promote and create awareness of Hawaiʻi Community College events to Students, Faculty, Staff, and the Public.

A "Business Day" is considered Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:30pm, except Hawaiʻi State Holidays. Anything that falls outside of this range will be considered as starting on or submitted on the next available business day.

A "Faculty/Staff Event" is an event intended for the Faculty and Staff of Hawai'i CC but is not intended for all students and the general public. Examples include: All-College Meetings, Faculty/Staff Christmas Party, and Professional Development Workshops.

A "Student/Public Event" is an event open to and intended for members of the public and/or students, but which may also be intended for Faculty and Staff. Examples include: Class Registration Workshops, Hawai'i Community College Day, Earth Fair, Hilo Culinary Classic.


The Student/Public Event Calendar can be accessed directly at
The Faculty/Staff Event Calendar can be accessed directly at

Procedures for Submitters

  • Click on link for Submit Event/Announcement at
  • Submit events for Student/Public or Faculty/Staff or both
  • Double check content and contact information
    Please write your responses exactly as you want them to appear.
  • Requests should be submitted more than 5 business days in advance of event to ensure timely posting.

Note: Submit media requests such as news releases separately to the External Affairs and Relations Coordinator for review and dissemination.

Acceptable Submissions

  • All Hawaiʻi CC sponsored events (on and off-campus)
  • Events held on Hawaiʻi CC premises sponsored by any UH entity
  • Hawaiʻi CC program events or events open to the public
  • Events approved by the Hawaiʻi State Ethics Commission exempt charities
    • Aloha United Way
    • Hawaiʻi Foodbank

Unacceptable Submissions

The following submissions WILL NOT be approved.

  • Events by for-profit and non-profit companies except where Hawaiʻi CC is involved.
  • Events in which Hawai'i CC is only the venue.
  • Anything which violates Hawaiʻi State Ethics.
  • Anything which violates BOR E2.210 Use and Management of Information Technology Resources.

Style Guide

  1. Use the official institution and names or abbreviations.
    • Hawaiʻi Community College or Hawaiʻi CC
    • Not HCC nor HawCC nor HawaiiCC nor HawaiʻiCC
    • Hawaiʻi Community College - Pālamanui or Hawaiʻi CC - Pālamanui
    • Not HawCC - Pālamanui nor HawCC West Hawaii
    • University Center, West Hawai'i or UCWH
    • Not University of Hawaii Center, West Hawai'i nor UHCWH
    • University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo or UH Hilo
    • Not UHH nor UH-Hilo nor University of Hawaii-Hilo nor University of Hawaii, Hilo
  2. Include proper Hawaiian diacritics and characters.
    • ʻokina, Ā Ē Ī Ō Ū ā ē ī ō ū ʻ
  3. Use correct domain names.
    • Not
  4. Use proper, single punctuation, particularly for exclamation points.
    • Free!
    • Not Free!!!!!!!!!!
  5. Use proper sentence capitalization, not all caps, as that hampers accessibility.
    • Free
    • Not FREE
  6. Spell out all abbreviations with optional parenthetic abbreviations; this improves comprehension for visitors