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Interested in Hall or Room Transfer? (Jan 11, 2020)Are you interested in a hall or room transfer? The Spring 2020 open transfer period begins on Tuesday, January 21, 2020 and will continue through Tuesday, February 11, 2020.
Simply download the form here, fill out completely, then submit to the Student Housing Office located at Frear Hall beginning January 21st. NO FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA EMAIL, UH FILE DROP OR FAX. All transfer requests will be done on a first-come, first-serve basis and is based on space availability.
All residents must fill out their own individual transfer request form. For residents wanting to transfer with another person or in a group, all completed forms must have identical requests and be submitted together.
Should your transfer request be accommodated, you will receive a transfer confirmation to your UH email. A move date and time will be scheduled for you and your account will be adjusted accordingly. You will be responsible for paying any rent increases and meal plan charges, resulting from your transfer request.
Traffic Advisory - Student Housing and Dole Street (Dec 19, 2019)There will be road resurfacing work from the Hale Aloha Cafe to and including the Hale Wainani parking lot between December 23, 2019 and January 10, 2020. Parking stalls in the affected sections will be closed to expedite the resurfacing work. Vehicles cannot be parked in Zone 08 and 21 throughout this time; parked vehicles shall be subject to towing.
During the closure, students and employees with Zone 08 or Zone 21 permits may park in the Zone 20 or Zone 22 parking structures. Employees with Zone 08 or Zone 21 permits may also park in Zone 18. A map is available on the Commuter Services website: http://manoa.hawaii.edu/commuter/resources/MapFiles/permitzones.pdf
Housing moped lots by Hale Wainani, Hale Aloha-Mokihana, Hale Aloha-Lokelani, and Hale Noelani will also be closed 24/7 during this time. Alternative "all zone" moped lots are available near the pool, Ching Field, and the tennis courts.
Additionally, on December 27, 2019 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., traffic on Dole Street may be subject to contraflow and temporary closures, fronting the Kamakakuokalani Hawaiian Studies Building.
Please mind all signage, barricades, and flaggers. Those affected by these closures are encouraged to allow for additional transit time during this period.
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