Native Hawaiian Student Services (NHSS) hosted an informal reception for admitted Hawaiian students and their ʻohana to UH Mānoa on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies
During the reception students had the opportunity to meet other incoming students and some of the NHSS team as well as choose between two of three informative sessions. These session ranged from (1) learning about different Financial Aid opportunities at UH Mānoa, (2) programs, professors, degrees, departments, opportunities that make UH Mānoa unique and (3) a panel of current UH Mānoa undergraduate students talking about their experiences at the University and why theyʻre glad they came here.
Linked here is the agenda from the reception and some of the slides from the evening including summer opportunities available as incoming UH Mānoa students, the “Financial Aid and Scholarships” and “What Makes Mānoa Unique?” session slides.
If you didnʻt make it to the admitted Hawaiian Student Reception but are still interested in attending UH Mānoa or learning about resources available to you please do not hesitate to contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or the event lead, Kawaipuna Kalipi at email@example.com.