COVID-19 Coronavirus Update: Stay informed with the UH Mānoa COVID-19 web page.

Save the Dates! Fall 2020 New Rainbow Warrior Orientation

Save the Dates! Fall 2020 New Rainbow Warrior Orientation. Visit
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Student Health 101 - the online magazine just for UHM students

Student Health 101 - the online magazine just for UHM students.

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UH Mānoa is now a tobacco-free campus. Visit manoa.hawaii.edu/smokefree to learn more.

UH Mānoa is now a tobacco-free campus. Visit manoa.hawaii.edu/smokefree to learn more.

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View from the mall of Hawaiʻi Hall and the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services

View from the mall of Hawaiʻi Hall and the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services

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Aloha

During this unprecedented time, the students of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and their health and well-being continue to be my top priorities. To do our part to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Office of Student Affairs is making temporary adjustments that comply with social distancing recommendations of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). While our physical offices may be temporarily closed, we remain committed to continuing to provide service in support of students and their success.

For assistance, please reach out directly to the program or office of your choice. If you are unsure who to contact, please contact the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Students by sending an email to vcs@hawaii.edu or by calling (808) 956-3290 and we will be happy to assist you.

Information relating to COVID-19 and its impact to our campus can be found at https://manoa.hawaii.edu/emergency/coronavirus-update. Questions may be sent via email to covid19@hawaii.edu.

I am confident that we will all get through this unprecedented time stronger and more resilient than ever. Until we return to "normal" operations, please take good care of yourself and stay safe!


Lori M. Ideta, Ed.D.
Interim Vice Chancellor for Students

QLC Building Directory and Contact Information

QLC Building Directory and Contact Information

While many of our offices may be physically closed, our commitment and services to you continue. Please contact the office or program you need directly for assistance.

View the QLC Building Directory and Contact Information (PDF)*


PAU Confidential Advocacy Services

The PAU Violence Program recognizes that sexual violence and abuse continues to exist even as we practice social distancing. Advocacy services for University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa students who have experienced or are experiencing interpersonal violence are still available during this time. Students may contact the PAU Violence advocate, Leslie Cabingabang, either at 956-7344 or via email at uhmpau@hawaii.edu. Student can expect a response within 24 business hours. For PAU Violence Program updates, please visit our website at manoa.hawaii.edu/pauviolence or our Instagram page @pauviolence. Thank you and be safe.



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