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OSA News & Announcements
Fall 2013 New Student Orientation
New Student Orientation for the Fall 2013 semester is now open. For more information or to register online, visit: http://hawaii.edu/nso/.
[Posted March 7, 2013] Krystti Kim, a student at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, always knew she wanted to go to college. But things definitely got more complicated when she found out she was pregnant, right after high school. A program for welfare recipients called Bridge to Hope has helped her juggle her family, work and school responsibilities. And it is even having an impact on her 5-year-old daughter, Heizol. - UH System News - Read the full UH System News article >>
Spring 2013 Calendars: Use of Athletic Facilities by UHM Community
Student Affairs is committed to the health of our students through providing a spectrum of involvement opportunities through innovative recreational activities and services. Whether via organized recreational sports, or "free play", these activities promote teamwork, leadership, and a healthy balanced lifestyle while enhancing student life.
Check out the various activities and venues open for students. View / download the Spring 2013 semester calendar(s) by clicking on the link(s) below (Note: calendars are subject to change):
More information, contact:
Student Recreation Services: (808) 956-6468
Intramural Sports: (808) 956-7694
Informal Recreation: (808) 956-3821
Recreational Sports Board: (808) 956-4830
Campus Center Renovation and Expansion Project,
Phase IIB Recreation Center
ILLUSTRATIONS: CAMPUS CENTER RENOVATION PROJECT WEBSITE
Honolulu Builders, Inc. will be performing construction work for this project, which includes a new 2 story recreation center at the Diamond Head side of Campus Center, and related renovations of the existing Campus Center building.
Duration of Work: Monday, December 20, 2010 ~ Fall 2013.
Phase 2: Construction of the Recreational Center (Fall 2010 ~ Spring 2013): Centers around two projects: 1) the relocation of the Board of Publication's programs (e.g. Ka Leo, Kalamakua) into the Hemenway Hall theater; 2) the construction of a new recreational center; creating a full service coffee store.
Access will be maintained to the existing Campus Center building. Please refer to the following link for more information: http://www.hawaii.edu/campuscenter/renovation/
Campus Center Barricades and Access Map
Download the Campus Center Barricades and Access Map (PDF) *
More information, timelines, and recent updates for the project can be found at the Campus Center Renovation and Expansion Website.
OSA Ongoing Events
LIMITED FLU VACCINES AVAILABLE - at the University Health Services
We currently have a limited number of flu vaccines available.
However, this is only available for:
- UH Mānoa students, ages 17-18, without any insurance
The cost is $10 and is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Protect yourself by getting vaccinated. Supply is limited and will run out fast.
Flu shots are available Tuesdays through Fridays, no appointment necessary.
Call 956-8965 if you have questions. For more information, visit the University Health Services website at http://www.hawaii.edu/shs/.
(**Flu shot information was last updated on 02/16/2013.
Visit the University Health Services website for the most up-to-date information.)
UH Mānoa Events
View the UH Mānoa events calendar for campus events and happenings.
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Events Disclaimer: Please note that these listings, provided by UH-affiliated faculty and staff, are intended to provide information and are subject to change without prior notice. Read site disclaimer
Media: "Discover UH Mānoa"
The online magazine just for UHM students
Upcoming 2013 Important Dates:
- May 1 (W)
Last day of instruction
**Fall admission application final deadline for undergraduate students
- May 2-3 (Th-F)
- May 6-10 (M-F)
- May 11 (Sa)
Commencement; semester ends
- May 27 (M)
HOLIDAY: Memorial Day (non-instructional day)
- May 28 (Tu)
First day of instruction (first session, Summer 2013)
- May 31 (F)
Last day for undergraduates to file application for graduation for summer;
Last day for classified graduate students to file application for graduation for summer;
Last day to file application for graduation for summer for fall commencement exercise on December 21, 2013.
- June 7 (F)
Last day to file petition for admission to doctoral program (only by Manoa campus master's candidates who graduated in the spring)
- June 11 (Tu)
HOLIDAY: Kamehameha Day (non-instructional day)
- July 4 (Th)
HOLIDAY: Independence Day (non-instructional day)
- July 5 (F)
First session ends (Summer 2013);
Theses and dissertations due in Graduate Division;
Last day to submit master's Plans B and C final examination results
- July 8 (M)
First day of instruction (second session, Summer 2013)
- July 15 (M)
Fall admission application deadline for post-baccalaureate unclassfied students
- August 15 (Th)
Second session ends (Summer 2013)
- August 16 (F)
HOLIDAY: Statehood 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 Graduate Division begins processing applications around May 1 for the following spring semester.