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The Advising Center for the
Colleges of Arts & Humanities and Languages, Linguistics & Literature
University of Hawaii at Manoa

The Advising Center serves students pursuing majors in the following Colleges/Departments:

If your major is not listed above, click here to find your advising office

If you are a pre-major, undecided about a major (“exploratory”), or listed as a “GEAS” major in STAR, contact the Manoa Advising Center

Quick Links to Common Requests:

New Student Info

Start with Initial Advising!

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Appointments

Schedule an Appointment

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Academic Planning

Create Your Plan

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Forms

Find the Right Form

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Certifications

Certify Your Plan

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Tutorials

Learn How To...

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Resources

Connection Gateway

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Graduation

File for Graduation

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Petitions

What are Petitions?

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Featured News from The Advising Center

1003, 2016

Scholarships for Native Hawaiians for the Summer 2016

The Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP) at George Washington University is offering scholarships to Native Hawaiians for the Summer 2016.  The deadline has been extended to March 15, 2016! The Native American Political Leadership Program (NAPLP) is a full scholarship for Native Hawaiian students to take part in a [...]

803, 2016

Planning to graduate in Fall 2016?

... the deadline to apply is Friday, April 1st! Check it out: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/advising/apply-for-grad/    

203, 2016

Plan ahead: Spring Break

The Advising Center will be closed during Spring Break week, March 21 - 25.

Mission Statement

Within the context of a liberal arts education, the Advising Center assists students enrolled in the studies of Arts & Humanities and Languages, Linguistics & Literature at the University of Hawaii at Manoa campus, to clarify their life and career goals, develop meaningful educational plans, and prepare for productive lives, enlightened citizenship, and life-long learning.

Student Learning Outcomes

  • Throughout their academic career, students can identify and explain their interests, strengths, values, and career/life goals.
  • Students can develop and implement an academic and educational plan.
  • Students understand how the A&S degree prepares them for success in their personal, academic, and professional lives.