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March 20, 2020

Per UH President David Lassner’s message on March 18: All UH Mānoa public events shall be canceled at least through the end of April.

If an event is not listed here, please check with your campus event coordinator or the person(s) in charge of the event.

Academic and Cultural Events

Ticket refunds for canceled spring UH Mānoa athletics events. UH Mānoa Athletics announced its refund policy for baseball and men’s volleyball tickets for games affected by the cancelation of the spring season.

Lyon Arboretum temporarily closing. Community classes and guided tours have been canceled, and school field trips are on hold.

Waikiki Aquarium is closed until further notice and evening events will be canceled until further notice. The Waikiki Aquarium will reopen at an undecided date, based on the COVID-19 situation.

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 (aka 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.

American Savings Bank UH Mānoa Campus Branch is temporarily closed for the remainder of the semester.

Through May 31: The ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center’s temporary closure to the public is extended to May 31, 2020

May 16: 109th Annual Commencement Exercises Event was scheduled from 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at Stan Sheriff Center [CANCELED]

2020 celebration for the 100th birthday of Professor Emerita Barbara B. Smith “Musical Instruments: Sounds of Asia Pacific” exhibit at East-West Center Gallery was scheduled to run through May 17. [CLOSED until further notice]

May 6: Business Night 2020 Event was scheduled from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. at Sheraton Waikiki [CANCELED]

Athletic Events

March 12, 2020: All UH Mānoa athletic events [SUSPENDED]

Further Questions

Email us at covid19@hawaii.edu

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