Congratulations to Advising!

The Council of Academic Advisors 2017 ‘Oikela Award for Outstanding Academic Advising Unit has been awarded to the Advising Center for the Colleges of Arts & Humanities and Languages, Linguistics, & Literature.

“The Advising Center for the Colleges of Arts and Humanities and Languages, Linguistics and Literature was established in 2015 as part of the reorganization of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences (CAS) Student Academic Services. The Advising Center provides services to its students and other arts and sciences majors (particularly in the physical sciences) without interruption. The creation of “tiered access to advising” and the coordinated efforts of the new eight-person team led by Ruth O. Bingham has improved student access to advising and alleviated long wait lines. The team also includes Kay S. Hamada, Nanette C. Miles, Craig Mitchell, Julie Terlaje, David Yeo, Heather Young and Carolina Asiatico. Additionally, the Advising Center worked collaboratively to create new academic advising programs designed to help students stay focused and on track. The Advising Center has developed and implemented new and innovative methods to improve its services and to provide students with the support they need to be successful.”

Click here for a link for complete list of the the Chancellor’s 2017 UH Mānoa Awards.