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COVID-19 Coronavirus Update

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

QLC Building Directory and Contact Information

[Updated March 25, 2020] 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)*


Celebrating Our Graduating Student Assistants

We celebrate our Spring 2020 OSA Grads! View the Photo Gallery

We celebrate our Spring 2020 OSA Grads! View the Photo Gallery >>


In the News:
UH Mānoa kicks off fall semester with welcome event

[Posted: August 20, 2019]  The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa starts the fall semester off with a welcome event featuring great food, live music, prizes, giveaways and more at the 3rd annual Welina Mānoa: And the Adventure Begins. The free event is held on Monday, August 26, 3:30–6 p.m.

- UH News - Read the full UH News article >>


Welina Mānoa: And the Adventure Begins Kick-Off - Monday, August 26, 2019. Come join us!

Come join us for an amazing event to kick off the academic year!

To learn more, visit the Welina Mānoa website:

manoa.hawaii.edu/welinamanoa/and-the-adventure-begins/


QLC All-Gender Restrooms

Starting Fall 2019, the men’s third floor restroom located in the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services, will be transformed into an all-gender restroom. Supported by students, faculty, and staff, this multi-stall restroom can be used by persons of all gender identities and expressions. Learn more >>


In the News:
UH enrollment management efforts paying off as declines continue to reverse

[Posted: September 26, 2018]  A total of 51,063 students enrolled in the University of Hawaiʻi ten-campus system this fall, down 1.2 percent from fall 2017. It is the smallest overall decrease in the six years following the great recession, when UH hit record high enrollment. UH Mānoa, is a huge bright spot, with a record setting incoming freshman class boosting the student body size to achieve the first increase after five consecutive years of decline. - UH News - Read the full UH News article >>




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