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OSA News & Announcements
SEED Initiative for Diversity, Equity, Access and Success (IDEAS)
January 12, 2015 - February 6, 2015
Manoa Campus, Queen Liliuokalani Center for Student Services Rm. 413
The Office of Student Equity Excellence and Diversity (SEED) is currently accepting applications for Spring 2015 SEED Initiatives for Diversity, Equity, Access, and Success (IDEAS) Formerly called the Diversity and Equity Initiatives, we have taken on the title SEED IDEAS. All UH departments and programs from any of the 10 campuses are eligible to apply. SEED IDEAS will provide small grants to support University of Hawaii diversity goals for projects that provide a more inclusive environment for students, faculty and administrators. Applicants can support these efforts with proposals that address gender, sexual orientation, disability, age, and groups underrepresented in higher education. This initiative has supported speakers, authors, research, performance, media projects, outreach and recruitment activities that address diversity in many aspects of higher education. Proposals which serve more than one campus are strongly encouraged.
Deadline for applications is Friday, February 6, 2015
[Posted: Apr 7, 2014] The UHM Campus Center Board is pleased to announce the much-anticipated grand opening of the student-driven, student-funded Warrior Recreation Center (WRC). The grand opening of the WRC begins with a blessing at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, April 11, 2014.
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Calendars: Use of Athletic Facilities by UHM Community
Check out the various activities and venues (fitness center, gyms, pool, T.C. Ching field, tennis courts and more) open for students.
View the Athletic Facilities Calendar
for the current semester.
QLC General Repairs & Repainting Project
[Posted July 16, 2013] The Queen Liliʻuokalani Center For Student Services (QLC) will be undergoing general repairs and repainting.
Duration of Work: July 16, 2013 ~ June 30, 2015.
For project updates and information, visit: Building Updates:
QLC General Repairs & Repainting Project >>
Campus Center Renovation and Expansion Project,
Phase IIB Recreation Center
UPDATE: (7/26/2013) New barricades map for upcoming work on the access road (starting August 8, 2013) and subsequent construction phases.
UPDATE: (7/05/2013) Updated map for access routes/temporary Campus Center ADA access.
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: Fall 2010 ~ Fall 2013.
Phase 2: Construction of the Recreational Center (Fall 2010 ~ Fall 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 see the access map (link below) or refer to the following link for more information: http://www.hawaii.edu/campuscenter/renovation/
More information, timelines, and recent updates for the project can be found at the Campus Center Renovation and Expansion Website.
OSA Ongoing Events
Fight the Flu - Get your flu shot at the University Health Services
University Health Services Mānoa encourages you to get a flu vaccination to protect yourself, your friends and family. UH students may receive their flu shot on a walk-in basis. UH faculty and staff should call 956-6221 to schedule an appointment.
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 10/07/2014. Visit the University Health Services website for the most up-to-date information.)
UH Mānoa Events
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Upcoming 2015 Important Dates:
- January 1 (Th)
HOLIDAY: New Year’s Day
- January 5 (M)
**Fall admission application priority deadline for undergraduate students; final deadline for second bachelor's degree students and international undergraduate students
- January 12 (M)
First day of instruction
- January 19 (M)
HOLIDAY: Martin Luther King Jr. Day (non-instructional day)
- January 20 (Tu)
*Last day to drop courses (tentative)
- January 21 (W)
*Last day to register/add courses/change grade option (tentative)
- January 30 (F)
Last day for undergraduates to file application for graduation for spring
Last day for classified graduate students to file application for graduation for spring
Last day to file application for graduation for summer for spring commencement exercise on May 16, 2015.
- February 16 (M)
HOLIDAY: Presidents’ Day (non-instructional day)
- March 1 (Su)
**Fall admission application final deadline for undergraduate students
- March 2 (M)
Last day for returning classified graduates to file for summer readmission
- March 13 (F)
Last day for restricted withdrawals
- March 23-27 (M-F)
- March 26 (Th)
HOLIDAY: Kuhio Day (non-instructional day)
- April 1 (W)
Last day for instructors to submit "I" removal grades for fall to the Office of the Registrar.
Last day to apply for credit by examination for spring semester.
- April 2 (Th)
Last day for returning classified graduate students to file for fall readmission Theses and dissertations due in Graduate Division
- April 3 (F)
HOLIDAY: Good Friday (non-instructional day)
- April 21 (Tu)
Last day for examinations before finals
- May 6 (W)
Last day of instruction
- May 7-8 (Th-F)
- May 11-15 (M-F)
- May 16 (Sa)
Commencement; semester ends
* 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.