Aloha. The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa campus is currently closed to the public.
We appreciate your interest in visiting, however we are making every effort to reduce the number of people around each other during this pandemic.
We appreciate your cooperation and we hope you and your family will remain safe during this difficult time.
Can I still go for a walk on campus for exercise?
No. The campus, while it does have open spaces, is not open to those who do not have business to attend.
Can I work out at the athletic fields or courts?
No. These facilities are only available to student athletes at this time.
Can I visit the bookstore to buy merchandise or general shopping?
No. However, you can make purchases online. You can visit the UH Mānoa Bookstore site.
I am interested in visiting the campus to determine if I want to attend the university. Can I take a tour?
The Admissions Office is providing virtual tours and many services online to help you make your decision.
Hamilton Library is a public library. Can’t I go and use the services?
No. During this period we are not allowing the use of any campus services for those who are not conducting university-related activities.
Is passport services still available at the Campus Center Ticket, Information and ID Office?
No. Passport acceptance at the CC Ticket, Information and ID Office will not be available until further notice. Please go to the Department of State website for information on available passport acceptance agencies.