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OSA News & Announcements
SEED IDEAS Applications for Fall 2016
August 24, 2016 - October 7, 2016
Mānoa Campus, 2600 Campus Road #413
Formerly known as the Diversity and Equity Initiatives, SEED IDEAS ( Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access and Success) is now open for applications from the UH system. Projects funded by the IDEAS committee support research, speaker forums, workshops, trainings and performance. These grants can assist with speaker honorariums, transportation for interisland travel, supply fees and administrative support. Applicants must have a UH department fiscal officer to facilitate the distribution of the award if granted a SEED IDEA grant.
Deadline for applications is Friday, October 7th. 430pm.
Guidelines and application are at www.hawaii.edu/diversity/seedideas
For information contact Pua Auyong, email@example.com
Event Sponsor: Office of Student Equity Excellence and Diversity, Manoa Campus
The College Opportunities Program 2017 Online Application is Now Available!
The College Opportunities Program (COP) is currently accepting applications for its 2017 Summer Residential College Experience, which is an intensive six-week summer academic and residential program. COP provides an alternative pathway for individuals who desire to attend the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, but who lack the minimum requirements for admission.
The deadline to apply is DECEMBER 1, 2016.
To learn more about COP or for application information and requirements, visit: http://www.hawaii.edu/cop/
To apply, the COP 2017 application is available online at: http://studentaffairs.manoa.hawaii.edu/cop/application/
[Posted: July 15, 2015] University Health Services (UHS) at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa celebrated the renovation and reopening of their reception room on Wednesday, July 15. UHS administration, medical and support staff gathered for a blessing and tour of the revamped space.
- UH News - Read the full UH News article >>
In the News:
UH Mānoa to be smoke-free by fall 2015
[Posted: June 24, 2015] Statement from UH Mānoa Chancellor Robert Bley-Vroman: Aloha Everyone,
As a follow-up to my announcement in March, I would like to inform you all that the official start date for a Smoke-Free Campus will be moved to fall 2015 to kick-start the new semester and accommodate implementation steps necessary for a smooth transition. The university remains committed to promoting the health and well-being of the campus community.
- UH News - Read the full UH News article >>
October 11, 2016, 10:00am - 2:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Campus Center Ballroom
The purpose of this career fair is to provide you with the "tools" and resources to make important and valuable career decisions. During the Career Fair, you will take your "first steps" toward meaningful employment by meeting with employers face to face to exchange information.
We welcome students and alumni of all majors to attend this event where employers will be informing students on what they'll need to know about career paths, employer expectations and professional opportunities. Students can network with employers, learn about Cooperative Education and Internship opportunities, gain information on career-life planning and more! To learn more about the Career Fair: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/careercenter/career-fair/
Event Sponsor: Mānoa Career Center, Mānoa Campus
Discover The Mānoa Experience!
This annual University Preview Day brings thousands of prospective students and their families to UH Mānoa. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with faculty and staff from various programs at informational booths, visit with student services, participate in activities, take tours, watch performances and more.
Save the Date:
The Mānoa Experience - University Preview Day Saturday, February 25, 2017
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
UH Mānoa campus
For more information, please contact the Office of Admissions Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or (808) 956-7137.
OSA Ongoing Events
Women's Center Annual Shelter Drive
October 1, 2016 - October 31, 2016
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The #uhmanoa PAU Violence Program and Women's Center is coordinating our annual shelter drive. All donations will benefit families residing in domestic violence shelters on the island of Oʻahu. As you know, many families leave behind many daily essentials to escape unsafe situations. There is also a great need for household items when moving into their new homes after leaving the shelter.
Here is a list of current shelter needs:
- Hairspray and hair gel
- Bath Soap
- Shampoo and conditioner
- Hair ties (e.g. rubber bands)
- Hair brushes
Out of respect for clients, donations should be new or in excellent condition. A helpful question when donating items is, "If this were donated to me, would I use it?"
You may drop off donations at the Women's Center in QLC 211 through the month of October.
Please email us at email@example.com for inquiries.
More Information: Women's Center, (808) 956-8059
Thank you for your support!
Fight the Flu -- Get a flu vaccine at the University Health Services Mānoa
University Health Services Mānoa encourages you to get a flu vaccination to protect yourself from the flu. Flu shots are available by appointment or on a walk-in basis, Tuesday through Friday, 8:00 am to 3:30 pm at the University Health Services Mānoa.
For details and more information, visit the University Health Services at: http://www.hawaii.edu/shs/info/news_and_events.php#flu.
(Flu shot information was last updated on 10/6/2016. Visit the University Health Services website for the most up-to-date information.)
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Upcoming 2016 Important Dates:
- August 19 (F)
HOLIDAY: Statehood Day
- August 22 (M)
First day of instruction
- August 29 (M)
*Last day to drop courses (tentative)
- August 31 (W)
*Last day to register/add courses/change grading option (tentative)
- September 1 (Th)
**Spring admission application priority deadline for undergraduate students; final deadline for second bachelor's degree students and international undergraduate students
- September 5 (M)
HOLIDAY: Labor Day (non-instructional day)
- September 9 (F)
Last day for undergraduates to file application for graduation for fall;
Last day for classified graduate students to file application for graduation for fall
- October 1 (Sa)
**Spring admission application final deadline for undergraduate students; Last day for returning classified graduate students to file for spring readmission
- October 21 (F)
*Last day for restricted withdrawals
- November 1 (Tu)
Last day for instructors to submit "I" removal grades for spring and summer to the Office of the Registrar;
Last day to apply for credit by examination for fall semester
- November 4 (F)
Theses and dissertations due in the Office of Graduate Education
- November 8 (Tu)
HOLIDAY: Election Day (non-instructional day)
- November 11 (F)
HOLIDAY: Veteran's Day (non-instructional day)
- November 23 (W)
Last day for examinations before finals
- November 24 (Th)
HOLIDAY: Thanksgiving Day (non-instructional day)
- November 25 (F)
- December 8 (Th)
Last day of instruction
- December 9-10 (F-Sa)
- December 12-16 (M-F)
- December 15 (Th)
Spring admission application deadline for post-baccalaureate unclassified students
- December 17 (Sa)
Commencement; semester ends
- December 26 (M)
HOLIDAY: Christmas Day
* Refer to the Registration Guide (formerly Schedule of Classes)
** Some programs have earlier deadlines. Check with your department or school.
*Orientation/academic advising/registration for continuing, new, and unclassified students.
Italics indicate academic dates of significance for graduate students.
graduate-programs for deadline information as graduate admission deadlines vary by program. The Office of Graduate Education begins processing applications around August 1 for the following fall semester.