Pre-Law Academic Advising

SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT:

We will be offering ONLY online advising from Monday, 3/23 on until further notice. We are currently updating our online advising availability. Scheduling of online appointments will begin on 3/23. 

UH System Students and Alumni

On the left bar of Star Balance, select “Pre-Health/Pre-Law” under Advising Services and then select “Pre-Law Peer Advisor.” Please un-click the Pre-Health Peer Advisor and PAC Director options. Please follow the instructions for non-UH system students if there is an error when scheduling an appointment.

Non-UH System Students and Alumni

Please email (uhpac@hawaii.edu) or call (808-956-8646) to schedule your appointment.

We are available for appointments Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm, with the exception of state holidays. 

Phone Appointments: If you have scheduled a phone appointment with our office, please call (808) 956-8646 at the time of your appointment. 

Meeting with us fulfills the Mānoa Advising Center’s mandatory advising requirement. To check your registration status: Go to MyUH Portal and click on “View Holds on My Record”; if you have no holds listed, you are cleared for registration.

Disability Services

If you need or want any disability services, access services, please email us at prelaw@hawaii.edu at your earliest convenience so we can do our best to assist you.

 

Title IX Policy

Please refer to the Student Conduct Code for detailed information on the TitleIX policies for the University of Hawaii System. The Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center recognizes the inherent dignity of all individuals and promotes respect for all people. Sexual misconduct will NOT be tolerated. If you have been the victim of sexual misconduct, we encourage you to report this matter promptly. We are interested in promoting a safe and healthy educational environment, and should we learn of any sexual misconduct we must report the matter to the Title IX Coordinator, who oversees the University’s centralized review, investigation, and resolution process for reports of sexual misconduct, and also coordinates the University’s compliance with Title IX. If you want direct services offered by confidential resources within the University, you are encouraged to contact the following resources:

University Health Services Mānoa |808.956.8965 | 1710 East-West Road
Counseling & Student Development Center | 808.956.7927 | 2600 Campus Road QLCSS 312
Office of Gender Equity | 808.956.9977 | 2600 Campus Road QLCSS 210

These are only a few of the many resources available. For a more comprehensive list, please see the following link: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/genderequity/resources/