CI Room Use Policies

Room Use Policies for

Confucius Institute at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Welcome to the Confucius Institute at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (CI-UHM), a joint effort of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa and Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU). The CI-UHM is supported by major funding from Hanban (the Chinese Language Council International—Confucius Institute Headquarters), and is staffed by UHM faculty as well as BFSU faculty and students in residence at UH each year. It is run as a program of UHM’s Center for Chinese Studies (CCS), whose offices are on the fourth floor of Moore Hall. Both CCS and the CI-UHM have, as their core mission, the promotion of all aspects of Chinese language and area studies, through instruction, research, publication, materials development, and outreach.

The CI-UHM comprises a number of offices and classrooms on the first floor, makai side, of Moore Hall that were renovated through a $1 million grant from Hanban and are available to other UHM units or community groups, as follows:

I. General use classrooms—Moore 102, 103, 111, 112, 117, 119, 120.

These seven rooms are assigned by the University Scheduler for classes running from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. weekdays throughout the year. To schedule events taking place during these times, please call 956-7953. After 6:00 pm on weekdays or on weekends and holidays, scheduling for these classrooms is handled by CI-UHM. See below for booking procedures.

II. Limited use rooms—Moore 105 (seminar room) and 109 (conference room).

Two public spaces are available for meetings, lectures, film screenings, and other special events.

Moore 105 seats about 12 people as currently configured; the central (long) table can be split apart into six smaller tables, to accommodate up to 15 people (limited by fire code). It has a screen, projector, computer, and a Blu-ray disc player.

Moore 109 is set for about 20 people, but could be reconfigured to seat up to about 40, theater style. It has a screen, projector, computer, and a Blu-ray disc player.

See below for booking procedures.

III. CI-UHM rooms—Moore 104 is a Chinese Reading Room.

Generally reserved for Chinese language faculty, staff, and students (contact Cyndy Ning at 956-2692 or for further information, or to view/explore).

Booking Procedures and Use Policies

The following policies apply:

a. There is no fee for the use of any CI-UHM space.

b. No food or drinks are allowed in the rooms.

c. Priority for room use is given in the following order:

  1. CI or CI-sponsored events;
  2. China-related UH events;
  3. Use by other units in Moore Hall;
  4. Other UH use;
  5. Community use, in accordance with applicable UH and UHM policies and procedures and CI-UHM approval.

To check availability, check the online calendar for the Confucius Institute rooms. Confucius Institute rooms reservation calendar

To request a room reservation for rooms 104, 105, or 109, please download the following file, review the policies and sign the form to indicate your understanding and agreement; then turn it in at one of the Confucius Insitute staff offices, Moore Hall 106, 107, 0r 108. Note: the form is not required for reserving rooms 102, 103, 111, 112, 117, 119, 120.

CI rooms policies and reservation form