Eia Mānoa & Kekaulike Summer Institutes 2018
The Eia Mānoa & Kekaulike Summer Institutes provide for-credit sheltered classes for incoming, transfer and continuing Hawaiian students to take courses as a cohort over the summer taught by Hawaiian instructors and with co-curricular support imbedded into the program itself. Earn credits toward your college track, and as a supplement, participate in co-curricular activities that will introduce you to student resources, prepare you with the necessary skills and tools for your first year in college, and build Hawaiian identity at UH Mānoa! Summer institute classes are offered at a discount rate of approximately $225 (the cost of books are not covered).
- MATH 241 with Dr. Wela Yong from May 21 – June 29
- CHEM 161 + Lab with Dr. Kayla Gary from May 21 – June 29
- HWST 307 with Dr. Kamana Beamer from June 11 – June 29
- HAW 201 with Kawehi Lucas from July 2 – August 10
- ENG 100 with Scott Kaʻalele from July 2 – August 10
- PACE 485 with Dr. ʻUmi Perkins from July 2 – July 20
Mānoa Access Initiative 2018
The Mānoa Access Initiative (MAI) is a partnership with the Office of Admissions and the Student, Equity, Excellence & Diversity (SEED) Office. Every Fall semester, Dr. Willy Kauai teaches a sheltered section of Ethnic Studies (ES) 101 for an incoming MAI cohort. This Fall 2018 semester will be the third cohort of such program, a group of students selected by the Office of Admissions to enroll in this incoming student cohort and learning community. Contact Kyle Help for more information.