The University of Hawai'i libraries provide extensive resources for the university community. Collections in the UH Manoa libraries total over 3 million volumes, including more than 26,000 current serial titles.

Thomas Hale Hamilton Library houses the main book, serial, and microfilm collections. Also in Hamilton are the Asia Collection, Government Documents, and the Special Collections (Hawaiian, Pacific, and Rare Book and Charlot).

Gregg M. Sinclair Library houses the CLIC Lab (computers and software) and the music collection of about 18,000 monographs, 21,500 scores, and 100 serials, including a substantial collection of online journals and reference materials available 24/7. Sinclair Library also houses the Harry C. and Neechang Wong Audiovisual Center, which has in its collection about 20,000 discs, CDs, tapes, and other audio and visual equipment and materials related to music. The Center is well equipped with a variety of sound and video reproduction equipment including CD players, phonographs, high speed tape duplicators, cassette players, and video units. Two Yamaha electronic pianos allow students to practice on scores housed in the music score collection adjacent to the Center, and computers are available for computer-assisted instruction.

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Driving Directions

  • From the H-1 freeway, take the University Avenue exit
  • turn right at Dole Street
  • and turn right again at Lower Campus Road.

Visitor Parking Information

For certain concert events, visitor parking may be allowed in the zone 17 parking lot (fee required).

Bus Route Information

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  • Route 80