New, prospective and international students at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa have updated online resources from the Office of Admissions and the Office of Financial Aid Services to guide them on their educational journeys.
The UH Mānoa Viewbook 2023–2024 highlights the benefits of choosing UH Mānoa, including excellence in academics, research, athletics and cultural opportunities—both in Hawaiʻi and internationally. Freshmen and transfer students can use the viewbook to keep on track their first year with a checklist of requirements and important dates, and the viewbook features alumni and faculty voices to welcome them to an educational experience like no other.
The International Student Guide focuses on support and opportunities available specifically for international students, as well as requirements. Similarly to the UH Mānoa Viewbook, the guide features students sharing experiences to encourage international students to make the most of their UH Mānoa journey.
Financing Your Future provides a breakdown of tuition for resident, non-resident and Western Undergraduate Exchange students, as well as financial aid, scholarship, grant and student employment information.
“These publications are designed to introduce prospective students to the distinctive educational experience that UH Mānoa offers,” said Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Nikki Chun. “I hope students and their family members use these pieces as jumping off points to learn more about everything that is available to them here at Mānoa.”
The priority application deadline for the UH Mānoa fall 2023 semester is January 5, and the final deadline is March 1. The priority deadline for financial aid is February 1. More information is available on the UH Mānoa Office of Admissions website and the Office of Financial Aid Services website.