Kekaulike Huliamahi Summer Bridge Program
Aloha ʻāina kākou!
The Kekaulike Huliamahi Summer Bridge program is intended for incoming Hawaiian transfer students from across the UH system and abroad. Students can take up to two upper-division dynamic Hawaiian Studies courses, receiving three credits for each, during Summer Session 2 (July 6-August 14).
Entering Mānoa through Hawaiian Studies is a powerful way for students to meet two of the many amazing Hawaiian professors across campus, while learning what ʻike kūpuna-centered scholarship and research look like at UH’s flagship school. Students will also learn about and meet staff from various student support offices so that they enter the Fall semester equipped with the knowledge to succeed.
This year, the Kekaulike Huliamahi Bridge transfer program will be entirely online so students can take courses and participate in the program no matter where they are in the world. Interested students should note that these are normally 16 week courses, compressed into a 6 week summer semester. We look forward to meeting you!