Johnson Hall

Johnson Hall

Johnson Hall is comprised of two adjoining buildings (A and B), providing students with a supportive living and learning environment in which they can successfully pursue their academic dreams.

Hall Information:

2555 Dole St.
Honolulu, HI 96822

Hall Desk: (808) 956-6181
On-Call: (808) 620-1009

Johnson Hall was originally built in 1958 and was the first residence hall constructed at UH.

Named after John Alexander Johnson Jr (1914 - 1944) who was an active student leader during his collegiate career at UH Manoa. He graduated in 1935 with degrees in business and economics.

Johnson was called to active duty with the National Guard in 1940 and was one of the few non-Nisei members of the famous 100th Battalion. He was killed in action during the Battle of Cassino, a pivotal and costly series of battles waged by Allied forces with the goal of breaking through German lines and seizing Rome.

Johnson Hall Breakdown

Population:191 residents
co-ed, undergraduate upperclassmen

Year Built:



2010 - 2011


  • Two 3-story buildings (A and B)
  • 16 double rooms per floor (A)
  • 20 double rooms per floor (B)
  • 6 community bathrooms per floor (ADA)
  • ADA rooms available
  • Double loaded hallways


  •   Community Laundry
  •   Community Kitchen
  •   3 Lounges
  •   Wi-Fi
  •   Card Key Access


  •   Extra Long Twin Bed
  •   Desk and chair
  •   Closet
  •   Dresser
  •   Mirror
  •   Wired Internet (Ethernet)


2019 - 2020 Academic Year:
  • Double Occupancy - $6,253.00


 Campus Shuttle
 Biki Bikeshare
 Bicycle/Moped Cage & Racks
 Zone 22 Parking Structure (limited)
 Mānoa Walkways

Johnson Hall Staff

Elisa Ongosia

Residence Director
Hale Ānuenue, Johnson Hall, Gateway House