- University of Hawai'i at Mānoa // http://manoa.hawaii.edu/
- Bookstore // www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/manoa
- Campus Center // www.hawaii.edu/campuscenter
- Manoa Career Center // http://manoa.hawaii.edu/careercenter/
- Student Life and Development // http://www.manoa.hawaii.edu/studentlife/
- Financial Aid // http://www.hawaii.edu/fas/
- Intramural Sports // Please refer to the Recreational Services website.
- KOKUA // www.hawaii.edu/kokua
- Student Recreational Services // http://www.facebook.com/UHMRecServ
- Student Housing Services // www.housing.hawaii.edu
- Disability Access: KOKUA // www.hawaii.edu/kokua
The main branch of the University of Hawai'i Bookstore is located on the University of Hawai'i's Mānoa campus in the heart of the Campus Center. In addition, the University of Hawai'i Bookstore system also consists of seven branch stores, a Medical Bookstore, an Outreach Program, and two RainBowTique merchandise stores. A wide variety of items can be purchased here besides textbooks, including school supplies, computers, leisure books, and UH paraphernalia. The Rainbow Business Center (RBC) is an addition service offered at the University of Hawai'i Manoa Bookstore. RBC offers a variety of services, such as; color & black/white copies, faxing, comb & coil binding and so much more.
The Campus Center, the student union for the manoa campus, consists of the Campus Center and Hemenway Hall buildings. They offer the University community and the public a wide variety of meeting, dining and entertainment options to enrich campus life and the educational experience here at the University of Hawai'i at Mānoa. The Campus Center, located in the heart of the University, acts as the primary venue for programs and events to create an environment where individuals can come and relax, study and be entertained or challenged.
Manoa Career Center
Career Planning Program
Exploring and developing your college and career plan. The Career Planning Program offers individualized career counseling, workshops, career and graduate fairs, document (resume, personal statement etc.) reviews, job search strategies, practice interviews and more.
Cooperative Education (Co-op) / Internships
Working in your Major. The Cooperative Education and Internship programs allow you to gain practical real world experience in your major while still in school.
Federal Work Study
Working in the community and university. Federal Work Study is a financial-aid based program that subsidizes a portion of college expenses by offering employment in career or community service positions.
Working in the community. From small businesses to international corporations, CDSE allows you to connect with employers suited to your interest.
Working at the University. There are nearly 4,000 students working on the UHM campus. CDSE can help you find the University job you've been looking for.
Student Life and Development (SLD)
SLD can help you get involved with one of the over 150 different Registered Independent Organizations or one of the six chartered student organizations on campus. Student organizations include: the Ka Leo (the on-campus newspaper), ASUH (the student government program), and KTUH 90.3 FM (the on-campus radio station).
The UHM Financial Aid Services Office is dedicated to making it possible for degree-seeking admitted students to attend UHM regardless of their economic circumstances. The program provides scholarships, grants, student employment, and loan opportunities each year to qualified students.
Located in the Lower Campus, Intramural Sports offers a wide variety of recreational activities for the university community. Students, faculty and staff can take part in these activities in various athletic venues - play basketball, volleyball, badminton or tennis; run on the track; or swim in the pool. For those with the competitive spirit, you can test your skills in our team and individual sports leagues. In addition, cardiovascular and strength equipment are available at the state-of-the-art fitness complex, the University Fitness Center. Intramural Sports also maintains an equipment checkout service for those students wanting to borrow basketballs, volleyballs, tennis rackets, and various other basic sports equipment. If you’re interested in some “Serious Fun”, Intramural Sports may be just the place for you. These services are free for UHM students with a current validated identification card.
The KOKUA Program serves undergraduate, graduate and professional students with learning, physical, psychiatric and other documented disabilities. KOKUA provides disability access services to individuals on a case by case basis, and students are not charged for these services. Services include: exam accommodations, alternative media services, note taking, scribe services, academic adjustments (e.g. foreign language substitution), intra-campus van transportation, American Sign Language interpretation, real time captioning services, assistive technology, library assistance, physical assistance, and mobility assistance.
Recreational Services provides reasonably priced, quality activities ranging from arts and crafts to outdoor recreation. Approximately 10,000 individuals participate annually in the Recreational Services programs, 60% students and 40% non-students. All classes are non-credit and are geared strictly to zero-stress learning and fun. Recreational Services offers classes ranging from slack key guitar to jujitsu, kayaking to salsa dancing. The center also enables students to rent items such as surfboards, tents, coolers, and kayaks.
Student Housing Services
Student Housing Services provides on-campus housing to Mānoa students in a variety of living arrangements that include apartments and traditional coed facilities, single and double occupancy rooms, suites and apartment units. Residents are offered many opportunities to participate in numerous academic and social programs and activities presented by a variety of organizations.
Disability Access: KOKUA
The KOKUA Program serves undergraduate, graduate and professional students with learning, physical, psychiatric and other documented disabilities. KOKUA provides disability access services to individuals on a case by case basis, and students are not charged for these services.
Services may include: priority registration, faculty liaison, exam accommodations, alternative media services, note taking, scribe services, academic adjustments (e.g. foreign language substitution), on campus van transportation, American Sign Language interpreting, real-time captioning services, assistive technology, library assistance, and mobility assistance.