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The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Outreach College has completed a full relocation back to the Mānoa campus—a strategic move to enhance accessibility for students and the wider community. This academic unit offers various paths to pursue a degree, along with professional development initiatives and outreach programs spanning fields such as business, social work, nursing and medicine.

The recent relocation places Outreach College in the Biomedical Sciences, Keller, and Bilger buildings on the UH Mānoa campus.

“Since all of our courses are offered in conjunction with one of Mānoa’s academic departments, being on campus allows us to have a better relationship with these departments,” said Tim Slaughter, interim dean of the college. “Outreach provides an array of summer classes that can help students get ahead and graduate faster or explore areas they may not have time to during the regular school year.”

The college’s programs include online courses, non-credit courses, workshops, flexible degree programs, conferences and various educational activities.

Outreach College Programs

“For our degree completion programs, many are career professionals looking to improve their credentials or obtain an advanced degree,” said Slaughter.

Outreach College is a result of the 1998 merger of the campus Summer Sessions and the College of Continuing Education and Community Services. The move back to the UH Mānoa campus aims to create a central hub for diverse educational opportunities, strengthening ties with academic departments and fostering collaboration for both students and the community.

For more go to the UH Mānoa Outreach College website.

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