Information for New Incoming Freshmen

For Fall 2017

Welina mai!

Native Hawaiian Student Services (NHSS), Kuaʻana, Na Pua Noʻeau, & Pili Pono, a group of Native Hawaiian support programs on campus, have created a series of different programs for incoming Native Hawaiian freshmen to UH Mānoa. We hope you will want to participate in one or more of these programs to help you prepare for your new college journey, introduce you to resources on campus, meet new friends, create a peer support group, and even start earning college credits early! The different programs (many of which are free or very discounted) offered are listed below. If you are interested in any of these, follow the URL to indicate you are interested and we will contact you if you are selected. Some of these opportunities are on a first-come, first-serve basis, so register early!

Eia Manoa Summer 2017 Institute

Native Hawaiian Student Services Presents: Eia Mānoa, a summer institute that promotes the success of Native Hawaiian incoming freshman students at UH Mānoa. Earn 3 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!

Students will have a choice of enrolling in Hawaiian Studies 107, or English 100, which will fulfill UHM’s General Education Core Requirements that all students are required to take. Classes are held during Summer Session II from July 3 – August 11, 2017 (Monday – Friday). Summer classes are offered at a discount rate of $219 (the cost of books are not covered).

  • Discounted Courses:
    • HAW 107: Hawai’i: Center of the Pacific
    • ENG 100: Composition 1

If interested, complete the application at: EIA MANOA SUMMER 2017 INSTITUTE APPLICATION — DEADLINE: MAY 31, 2017

* Participation in Eia Manoa is limited to students who have committed to UH Manoa for Fall 2017.

** Students are required to attend oneNHSS workshop per week during the length of summer session II.

Ace Learning Programs Native Hawaiian Cluster

Information coming soon.

Native Hawaiian Residential Living Program

Information coming soon.