The University of Hawaiʻi 10 campus system is deploying a COVID-19-aware approach to providing a safer, high-quality education for new and returning students, faculty and support staff.

Latest Updates

April 13, 2021 Coming soon! COVID-19 vaccine for UH students
March 5, 2021 10 UH campuses encouraged to ‘Get Vaccinated UH!’

Leadership Messages:

March 11, 2021 UH President statement to $1.9T COVID-19 relief bill

Previous leadership messages

AlohaSafe Alert COVID-19 Notification App

The Hawaiʻi State Department of Health (DOH) in partnership with aio Digital
and the Hawaii Executive Collaborative has launched AlohaSafe Alert, a free, COVID-19 exposure notification app.

Once added to your smartphone, AlohaSafe Alert will send a notification within 48 hours if you come into close contact-within six feet for at least 15 minutes-with someone, who is also using the app, tests positive for the virus in the previous 14 days. All data collected will be kept anonymous, and only DOH will have
access to it.

The University of Hawaiʻi joins DOH in encouraging everyone to download and utilize the AlohaSafe Alert app. The more people who use the app, the more effective it will be to stop the spread of COVID-19.

Case Count

UH provides information about positive and presumptive positive COVID-19 cases for people identified as being affiliated with the university (e.g., students or employees).

UH Positive Cases of COVID-19

COVID-19 Information by UH Campuses

UH response to COVID-19

Information for UH Employees

UH Human Resources FAQ page

UH Reopening Strategy

This graphic shows the COVID-19 impact levels and corresponding status of UH operations during the pandemic. It is aligned with the State of Hawaiʻi impact level matrix that can be found at the Recovery Navigator website.

Campus openings and operations will match the impact level of the state and the campus’ respective county. For example, a yellow “act with care” level for the state and corresponding county would lead to a yellow “act with care” for the campus.

Contact news@hawaii.edu for further assistance.

Last modified: April 13, 2021