Programs and Services
Students have access to Hui Manawa Kūpono counselors throughout the semester. Counselors provide assistance with course registration, financial aid, personal issues, and other student concerns as needed.
Scholarship recipients participate in meetings to get to know and gain manaʻo from Hawaiian leaders within the University and the larger community. Financial aid, academic, community service opportunities, and other resources are shared at Hui Kamaʻilio. Graduate scholarship recipients also take on the additional kuleana of organizing several Hui Kamaʻilio for undergraduate scholarship recipients to create a stronger learning community and share knowledge about graduate school opportunities.
Students in need of a tutor may submit a request to the Hui Manawa Kūpono program. You may also want to check out tutorial services at Kokua a Puni in QLCSS 104 and the Student Success Center in Sinclair Library.
Freshman Academic Learning Communities
The Hui Manawa Kūpono clusters which are offered through the Access to College Excellence (ACE) program enable ten students to enroll in the same classes for their first semester at UHM. A sample cluster might consist of the following classes: English 100, Hawaiian Studies 107, Theatre 221 and/or Family Resources 230.
Community Service Projects
Download the Community Service Form (PDF: 96kb) *
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