Skip to main content Skip to main navigation

The Manoa Experience

The Mānoa Experience - University Preview Day

Saturday, February 25, 2017
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
UH Mānoa campus (map)
McCarthy Mall
Event Poster (pdf)

About The Mānoa Experience - 2017 Event Program (pdf)

Our FREE open house brings thousands of prospective students and families to the beautiful University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa campus. Come, discover the Mānoa Experience!
  • Meet with engaging faculty, staff, & students from over 180 Academic Programs & Student Services
  • Experience demonstrations, hands-on activities, & displays
  • Go on various tours highlighting our campus, residence halls, & learning facilities
  • Visit the Office of Admissions - check your application status or pay your tuition deposit
  • Watch performances by student groups
  • Win free prizes & giveaways
  • Get your UH gear at our University Bookstore
  • Have photo booth fun - Rainbow Warrior style
  • Accepted to UH Mānoa for Fall 2017? Show us proof at the event for a free UHM-azing gift!

ART + FLEA presented by Ka Leo & UHM Student Media (pdf)

Stop by the Campus Center Courtyard for this trending urban market that promotes local businesses featuring clothing, crafts, jewelry, & more!

Arriving to campus early?
TREE STORIES | 9:00 AM @ VARNEY CIRCLE

Get up-close & personal with a few of the Campus Arboretum's all-stars & let them share with you their rise to fame. Meet at Varney Circle for a 30-minute walking tour before checking-in for the Mānoa Experience. Get your tree on!

Student & Group Registration

This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required for prospective students and groups to receive a free parking pass and an exclusive UH Mānoa tote bag at the event.

Register Now Button

Questions?

Please email uhmevent@hawaii.edu or call (808) 956-7137.

Other Helpful Information

Check out photos from 2016's Mānoa Experience - University Preview Day.

  • Prospective students and families meeting with departments and programs on McCarthy Mall of the UH M​ānoa campus.
  • Prospective students and families meeting with departments and programs on McCarthy Mall of the UH M​ānoa campus.
  • Prospective students and families meeting with departments and programs on McCarthy Mall of the UH M​ānoa campus.
  • University Health Services - Health Promotions.
  • Prospective students learning about the unique opportunities offered at UH M​ānoa.
  • A student and his parent learning about essential support services provided by our First Year Programs office.
  • A student learning how Student Life and Development helps students with their involvement, leadership, and co-curricular needs.
  • Students learning about opportunities to study on the continent as well as abroad all while being a UH Mānoa student.
  • A student from the Art Department sketching a portrait of an attendee live.
  • A student from the Art Department demonstrating use of the pottery wheel.
  • Prospective students learning about UH Mānoa's Public Health programs.
  • Prospective students learning about the opportunities at UH Mānoa.
  • Prospective students learning about the opportunities at UH Mānoa.
  • Prospective students learning about the opportunities at UH Mānoa.
  • Prospective students and families learning about the opportunities at UH Mānoa.
  • Even elementary students engaged in various hands-on activities to get excited about the opportunities at UH Mānoa.
  • Future UH Mānoa students examining specimens through microscopes.
  • Prospective students learning about our Shidler College of Business, a leader among U.S. business schools in its focus on the Asia-Pacific region.
  • Learning about various programs in our College of Natural Sciences.
  • Meeting with Student Ambassadors from our College of Engineering programs.
  • Prospective students, families, and community members visited the UH M​ānoa campus to engage in the M​ānoa Experience
Mānoa Experience.
  • Our friendly and knowledgeable Student Ambassadors from the Office of Admissions lead tours to showcase main points on campus.