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The Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center (PAC), formerly known as the Professions Advising Center, is a walk-in resource center for students interested in law, medicine (allopathic, chiropractic, naturopathic, osteopathic, podiatric), or the health sciences (dentistry, optometry, pharmacy, physician assistant, occupational therapy, physical therapy, veterinary medicine, etc.).

We're here to help!

Our mission is to guide students in discovering their paths in life and in transforming their professional dreams into reality.

PAC is staffed by peer advisors trained to help you clarify your career goals, choose a major, plan appropriate coursework, research professional programs, find opportunities to gain experience, and apply to schools. Come in and get started on the right track towards your professional career!

No appointment is necessary!

Come in for advising or to use resources any time PAC is open. Our normal hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm.

PAC is located at the heart of the Mānoa campus, in QLCSS 101, on Varney Circle. For general questions, call (808) 956-4045 or e-mail uhpac@hawaii.edu.

If you are not on island or unable to visit us in-person, webcam advising is available using software.

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Announcements:

PowerPoint slides about physical therapist (PT) education and careers are available on the APTA website at http://www.apta.org/PTCareers/Presentation/

If you're interested in pharmacy, you can visit http://www.aacp.org/resources/student/pharmacyforyou/Pages/default.aspx to find multiple resources that will help you explore pharmacy as a career.

Lipscomb University's Master of Science in Biomolecular Science program is currently accepting applications. It is a non-thesis master's degree created specifically to better prepare successful undergraduates for medical, dental or veterinary school, or help those with a biological sciences background to develop greater opportunities in a range of growing biology-related fields. More information can be found at lipscomb.edu/biology/graduate-program. To learn more about Lipscomb University visit lipscomb.edu.


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Programs Offered in Hawaii

While the Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center offers advising services in all of the fields listed on the left-hand column, only the following programs are offered in the State of Hawai'i:

Medicine
Law
Nursing
Pharmacy
Nutrition
Social Work
Public Health
Medical Technology
Forensic Science
Speech Pathology & Audiology

 

Pre-Law Advisors!

Meet with our Pre-Law Advisors, Lauren and Eliza, who are currently second and third year law students at the William S. Richardson School of Law here at UH Manoa.

Please e-mail prelaw@hawaii.edu to make an appointment and for other pre-law questions.

Are you an incoming student? Learn more here!

New Student Checklist:
Being a new student at a university can sometimes be overwhelming, thankfully we have a New Student Checklist to ease the process! This list includes everything from applying for financial aid to new student orientation to finding out the requirements for your major! Click New Student Checklist to begin!

Freshman Pre-Registration:
As part of the Freshman Registration Opportunities (FRONT) system, freshmen can register beginning May 15. This step-by-step guided system offers students several options for choosing their courses and requests courses for you based on your area of interest. Click Freshman Pre-Registration to register!

Access to College Excellence (ACE) for Freshmen:
To ease the transition from high school to college, First Year Programs offers ACE learning communities with a combination of three general education courses and a small group, 1-credit integrating seminar (CAS 110: Access to the College Community) led by an upperclassman peer mentor. PAC recommends students to register through ACE learning communities. Click ACE for more information on the learning communities and freshman seminars.


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Upcoming Events

PMA General Meeting

Thursday, March 20th

6:30pm @ Bilger 152

 

Spring Break - PAC Closed

Monday, March 23rd through Friday, March 28th

Announcements

Check out the following videos for clarification on UH Manoa's Repeat Policy and Grade Replacement Policy!

 

Repeat Policy

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Grade Replacement Policy

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