Dole Parking Structure
Be a Good Neighbor

Our campus shares this beautiful part of the island with the friendly, supportive communities of Mānoa Valley, St. Louis, Mō'ili'ili, and Makiki. If you park in and travel through these neighborhoods, please do so responsibly and with consideration. Follow all state and city laws and ordinances; arrive and depart quietly and without littering. Your show of respect for our neighboring communities speaks well for your University and for us all.

Mahalo for your kōkua.

Chancellor Robert Bley-Vroman

Robert Bley-Vroman

Who Can Park
On weekdays, most of UH Mānoa’s 5,700 parking spaces require a permit and are reserved for University affiliates (students, faculty and staff) and authorized guests, such as vendors or contractors.

If you are a visitor to campus, there is daily parking on Upper Campus and in the Lower Campus and Dole Street Parking Structures.

All drivers to campus are encouraged to take advantage of alternative ways to Mānoa: non-motorized options such as bicycling or walking, and others that reduce the number of cars on our roads, such as TheBus or carpooling.

How to Park
For most campus parking zones, you must display a valid parking permit or daily pass in your vehicle or on your motorcycle/moped. Hourly rates are available to visitors at Pay-and-Park stalls marked in green. Tickets from the automated Pay Stations must also be displayed. Bicycle parking is always free on campus, in bike racks only.

All individuals who drive and/or park on the premises should observe roadway and parking signage, and familiarize themselves with UH Mānoa’s Parking Regulations.

Where to Park
See the various campus parking maps.

Special Events or other circumstances may close parking areas or restrict access to certain lots. Alternate parking areas will be provided to accommodate vehicles displaced by the special event.