International Gateway House was constructed in 1962 and houses 208 residents. It was the first co‐ed dormitory at UH and was originally designed to house graduate students in a suite‐style setting (2 rooms with an adjoining bathroom). Gateway House was taken off line in September 2011 for repairs and re‐opened in August of 2012.
Located at the intersection of Dole Street and East West Center road, residents of Gateway House reside in double-room suites with shared bathroom facilities. An additional 24 residents share traditional double rooms with bathroom facilities. The building’s two 10-story towers, accessible by elevators, have views of the city of Honolulu and Manoa valley. The Gateway House Cafeteria is located in this building.
Meet Our Staff:
Aloha E! I am Kamana Seymour and I am the Residence Director (RD) for John A. Johnson Hall, Gateway House, and Hale Anuenue. I'm originally from Kona,Hawaii and have spent a lot of time in Honolulu as well as Washington D.C. I am a two-time UH Manoa graduate, with a BA in American Studies ('08) and a Masters of Public Administration ('11). This is my fourth year in the RD position after having held several student staff positions within SHS. In addition to working in Student Affairs, I have worked in museum studies and municipal administration. I am also a student of martial arts and an avid adventurer and traveler.