Updated March 29, 2021
UH Mānoa campus reawakening expected for next academic year
UH President statement to $1.9T COVID-19 relief bill
10 UH campuses encouraged to ‘Get Vaccinated UH!’
UH President provides update on COVID-19 vaccinations
Modified Quarantine Program for UH Mānoa students traveling from out-of-state
Frequently Asked Questions for students, faculty, staff, parents and visitors
Information and registration for Summer Sessions 2021 are available online
Student fees information for the spring 2021 semester
The Urgent Student Relief Fund application is now also being used as the application for Federal CARES funding for students who have a home campus of UH Mānoa. UH Mānoa home campus students should read the CARES funding FAQs or go to the application to learn more about CARES funding and how to apply. Note that applications for the Spring 2021 semester are no longer being accepted. The UH Mānoa Federal CARES compliance statement is now available
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March 29, 2021: UH Mānoa campus reawakening expected for next academic year
March 11, 2021: UH President statement to $1.9T COVID-19 relief bill
March 5, 2021: 10 UH campuses encouraged to ‘Get Vaccinated UH!’
March 4, 20121: UH Mānoa spring 2021 commencement plans
Financial and Additional Support Resources for Students
Student fees information for the spring 2021 semester.
Frequently asked questions about the Urgent Student Relief Fund and the Federal CARES funding information for UH Mānoa students, as well as the combined application for both funds are available. Please note that although the CARES funding program is closed for the Fall 2020 semester, more information will be posted here if the program restarts for the Spring 2021 semester.
The current University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Federal CARES compliance statement is available.
Human Resources Information for Employees
August 22: The university has developed an online COVID-19 safety training program for all employees, including RCUH employees. It is divided into segments and will take about 30 minutes to complete. In addition, an Employee Safety Training video is available.
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