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Prospective Students And Their Families Invited To Experience UH Mānoa

Wide view of McCarthy Mall with booths

Students participate in demonstrations at the Manoa Experience

Prospective students, their families and the general public are invited to the Mānoa Experience on the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa campus Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m.–1 p.m. On average, more than 1,300 people take advantage of this annual opportunity to experience one the worldʻs great universities, located right here in Hawaiʻi.

UH Mānoa is consistently ranked in the top five percent among national and international universities and is almost $3,000 below the national average for instate tuition for a public university.

More than 180 academic programs and student services will be represented in booths lining iconic McCarthy Mall and the Campus Center Courtyard. Current students, faculty and staff will be offering hands-on activities and demonstrations showcasing UH Mānoaʻs wide variety of academic and extracurricular opportunities.

“This is a great chance for prospective students and their parents to talk to current students, professors and researchers about programs they are interested in or to learn about programs and opportunities they may not know exist,” said UH Mānoa Associate Director of Admissions Ryan Yamaguchi, adding that the Office of Admissions will be open and able to answer questions. “Students can also check on their application status and go on campus tours.”

The UH Mānoa campus, a Tree Campus USA awardee, is one of about 130 accredited arboretum and is consistently named as one of the most beautiful campuses in the United States.

Mānoa Experience attendees are encouraged to register in advance and to receive a free parking pass at

View the event program.

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