The University of Hawaiʻi will continue to adapt its COVID-19 guidelines for the 10-campus system in the coming weeks to reflect the most up-to-date state and federal recommendations, as more people are vaccinated and reported cases decline. The UH community will be notified when significant updates are made to the UH COVID-19 guidelines and web pages. Mahalo for your patience.

Most Classes Online for Spring 2021 Semester

November 20: Spring 2021 similar to fall 2020, next fall looks promising

Teaching, Learning, Working and Conferencing Remotely

Infomation Technology Services’ resource page with links to the necessary tools and instructions on functioning remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Student-Related Information:

The 10-campus UH system has moved to online delivery of most courses until further notice. Based on our recent experiences we expect greater use of online resources with some classes shifting to hybrid modes with a mix of on-campus and online instruction.

Faculty- and Staff-Related Information:

The UH Online Innovation Center (UHOIC) has created the Teaching During an Emergency website to assist during this time. This website includes a Teaching During an Emergency Checklist for Faculty. Your individual campuses will alert you to additional resources and training opportunities, and you may request more assistance by completing the UHOIC request assistance form. Check the site daily for updated and additional resources and tools, and for opportunities to receive training via videos and workshops.

Last modified: May 26, 2021