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The Student Learning working group report

The Student Learning working group report for the fall 2020 semester is now available.


Student-related information

Online Instruction

Regardless of modality, UH is committed to completing to enabling students to graduate on schedule.

Computer and Internet Access

Students who do not have access to their own computers may use those available in campus libraries and computer labs. UH Online Innovation Center (UHOIC) and UH Information Technology Services will work with campus offices and others to ensure support for our students and faculty with particular needs.

UH Bookstore

The UH Bookstores have new hours, policies and products for the fall 2020 semester as well as FAQs which detail those changes.

Messages for Students

August 24: Update on reducing presence on campuses

May 15: Plans for Second Summer Session / Summer Session II

April 9: Emergency grading policy during COVID-19 public health crisis and with the overwhelming support of our faculty and the Senate Executive Committee, UH Mānoa faculty have the option of waiving the requirement of a final exam during the final exam period.

April 2: UH grading adjustments on the way

March 31: UH Mānoa moving summer courses online

March 31: How to apply for the UH Urgent Student Relief Fund

March 24: UH Mānoa Writing Center offers online tutoring

March 23: STAR Balance for virtual student advising office hours

March 18: Learning During An Emergency

March 12: UH actions to address COVID-19 pandemic

Hamilton Library is open only for those with a UH ID card or East-West Center ID card, until further notice. The public can remotely access reference and research assistance via chat, email and telephone.

Beginning Thursday, March 19, the Student Success Center at Sinclair (the old Sinclair Library) is open only for those with a UH ID card or East-West Center ID card, until further notice, and open only during a reduced hours of operation schedule.


Faculty- and Staff-related information

Regardless of modality, UH is committed to enabling students to graduate on schedule.

Resources for Faculty

The university’s Information Technology Services has provided a number of COVID-19 Resources including information on teaching and learning remotely, working remotely, and video conferencing.

The UH Online Innovation Center (UHOIC) has created the Teaching During an Emergency website to assist during this transition. This website includes a Teaching During an Emergency Checklist for Faculty.

Your individual campuses will alert you to additional resources and training opportunities, and you may request more assistance by completing the request assistance form. Check the site for updated and additional resources and tools, and for opportunities to receive training via videos and workshops.

Students who do not have access to their own computers may use those available in campus libraries and computer labs. UH Online Innovation Center and UH Information Technology Services will work with campus offices and others to ensure support for our students and faculty with particular needs.

The UH Bookstores have new hours, policies and products for the fall 2020 semester as well as FAQs which detail those changes.

Messages for Faculty

August 24: Update on reducing presence on campuses

May 15: Plans for Second Summer Session / Summer Session II

April 9: Emergency grading policy during COVID-19 public health crisis and with the overwhelming support of our faculty and the Senate Executive Committee, UH Mānoa faculty have the option of waiving the requirement of a final exam during the final exam period.

March 18: Teaching During An Emergency

March 13: Important update on online resources for UH Mānoa faculty

March 12: UH actions to address COVID-19 pandemic

Further Questions

Email us at covid19@hawaii.edu.

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