Academic Advising

The Mānoa Advising Center (MAC) provides academic advising for students who are undecided on a major or pre-majors.

Design Your Own Major

If no University major is quite your size or shape, you may find a better fit through the Interdisciplinary Studies Program.

Planning to Succeed

Bachelor Degree Program Sheets and Sample Four Year Academic Plans are intended as advising tools to be used in tandem with academic advising.

Featured Program

  • 2020 Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Symposium

    The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research invites you to the 3rd annual UH Manoa Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Symposium on July 31, 2020. The SURE Symposium is a free event for undergraduate students from all disciplines at UH Manoa to showcase their research and creative work projects. All students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to attend the event on Friday, July 31, 8:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. The event will be held live online via Zoom (accessible by computer or phone). There is no fee to participate, but guests must register to access the oral and poster presentations. Guest registration is open now until July 29. Learn more, catch up on updates and register as a guest on the SURE Symposium webpage: .

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

    The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa has published their Summer 2020 newsletter! UROP is here to help undergraduate students engage in faculty-mentored research and creative works. On this website you can find opportunity listings, funding for your project and formal presentations, venues to present your work, and much more. Go to undergrad/urop/ for more information.

  • Early Acceptance Expands to Health Profession Doctorates

    The significance and impact of healthcare professionals are highlighted more than ever with the COVID-19 pandemic.  UH Mānoa has worked to establish special Early Acceptance Programs (EAPs) with select institutions across the country to initiate early acceptance programs that would grant qualified students and/or alumni provisional acceptance into specific health professional doctoral programs. The areas include dentistry, osteopathic medicine, pharmacy, and physical therapy. Providing these EAPs encourages and supports students who are interested in pursuing a career in these fields. EAPs are an excellent opportunity for students as admissions into these programs are extremely competitive. Moreover, there are no doctoral programs of these types offered on Oʻahu, so these EAPs will provide UH Mānoa students with the opportunity to pursue educational and professional options that are not offered in the state. “We are hopeful that graduates from these programs will return to Hawaiʻi to practice and help address the state’s shortage of healthcare professionals,” EAP Director Kiana Shiroma said. “In the face of a worldwide health crisis it is even more important for UH Mānoa to find paths for better medical coverage in our state.” EAP applications are separate from the standard UH Mānoa application and have different deadlines. Depending on the program, students can apply as high school seniors, current undergraduates, and/or as alumni. More information is available on the EAP website. Students can also contact the Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center.

Featured: New Director of Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center

Kiana Shiroma became the Director of the Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center (PAC) this past July. She has recently overseen the move of PAC, which is now located in Sinclair Library, Room 108. Kiana is excited to be working with her peer advisors to provide in-person and group advising, orientation, workshop, and information for pre-health and pre-law students throughout the state.

The Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising Center (PAC) at UHM is excited to announce its new location and contact information:

Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center
Sinclair Library, Room 108
(808) 956-8646
Open: Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except state holidays

We provide orientations and workshops for pre-health and pre-law students. For schedule, go to

We welcome walk-in or scheduled advising appointments. To schedule an appointment, go to

Come visit us soon!

  • COVID-19 Updates

    UH Mānoa is preparing for a safe return to campuses in Fall 2020. Please go to the COVID-19 UH Mānoa Updates website for the latest updates. All members of the UH community are urged to undertake personal safety and preparation measures.

  • Credit/No Credit Option

    For Spring semester 2020, students in all undergraduate and graduate UH classes ending after March 20, 2020 will have the option of taking their classes on a Credit/No Credit (CR/NC) basis. The process for implementing the CR/NC for Spring 2020 will be: Faculty will continue to award letter grades for Spring 2020 classes by entering their grades into MyUH during the regular grading period. Courses already established as CR/NC will continue to use those designations instead of letter grades. Once the faculty have entered their grades, students will be able to view the assigned grades in STAR-GPS. Until May 22, students may choose to retain their letter grades or convert their letter grades to the CR/NC designation for one or more classes. After May 22 when students have made their choice, registrars will make the grades final and will include a notation indicating this is a “semester disrupted by COVID-19” on the transcript. For the purposes of this policy, Credit (CR) may be awarded for a grade of C or better. Establishing credit at a C allows for those students opting for the Credit option to continue to meet the requirements for entry to major and minor courses, as well as prerequisites for courses in a sequence. The CR designation will not be counted in the GPA. Students with a letter grade of C-, D, or F may opt instead for No Credit (NC). If they opt for No Credit, that course will not be counted towards their GPA.

  • COVID-19 Update

    We are committed to completing the semester for our students while protecting the safety of our employees and students. UH instruction will be conducted online for the remainder of the semester. Until further notice, our campus will remain open to our students and employees. To maximize safety, other public-facing services may be curtailed for the duration of the crisis. Campus libraries are closed to the public and other facilities and services may follow. Changes to facilities and practices will be made to maximize social distancing in accord with CDC guidelines for Institutions of Higher Education. Full buildings or sections of buildings that are unnecessary during this crisis may be closed under the authority of a UH Officer. Cleaning and disinfection will be focused on areas still open to students and employees. Traditional dining services are being phased out and replaced with To-Go, Grab-n-Go and/or Delivery food services. All public events will be canceled at least through the end of April. Mahalo for your support to our students, our university and our state in this difficult and incredibly dynamic situation.