Updated: April 2, 2020
Campus Status: Most classes move online after Spring Break through the end of the term. Some classes have components which cannot be conducted online and will meet in person; instructors are notifying students via email.
Early College status: Classes will go online the week of March 30; students should check with their high school about continuation of Early College classes.
State status: Cases have been reported in the state of Hawaiʻi.
This page is designed to keep our UH community informed about the COVID-19 situation related to the virus and provide any UH-specific information. Find links to the different categories in the sidebar on the right.
April 2: COVID-19 update positive tests
March 31: How to apply for the UH Urgent Student Relief Fund
Human Resources Information for Employees
March 30: 14-day quarantine inter-island travel
Gov. David Ige on March 30, issued a mandate that all inter-island travelers in the state must undergo a 14-day quarantine similar to the earlier quarantine for visitor and residents coming to the islands from out of state. The mandatory quarantine starts Wednesday, April 1.
March 21: 14-day quarantine coming to Hawaiʻi
Gov. David Ige on March 21, issued a mandate that all travelers (visitors and returning residents) coming back into the state must undergo a mandatory 14-day quarantine. Starting Thursday March 26, visitors would have to remain in the hotel or residence they are staying at and returning residents will be required to remain in their homes. Exceptions would be made for leaving for medical treatment or emergencies.
March 19: Global Level 4 Health Advisory – Do Not Travel
The Department of State advises U.S. citizens to avoid all international travel due to the global impact of COVID-19.