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Chartered Student Organizations (CSOs) is one of two types of student organizations that the University of Hawaiʻi Board of Regents recognizes as out-of-classroom learning opportunities. CSOs provide the opportunity for students to learn through participation in institutional governance, advocacy on behalf of students, development of programs, services, and activities to meet students needs and interests, and through learning to work effectively in organizational or group settings (RP 7.202).
The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa has five recognized CSO out-of-classroom learning opportunities. The CSOs receive mandatory student fees to carry out functions or operations in service of the student body.
Established in 1938, CCB originated as the Hemenway Union Board. CCB is the appointed governing board of the Campus Center Complex including Hemenway Hall, Campus Center and the Warrior Recreation Center. CCB is responsible for establishing the budget and policies of the Campus Center Complex. In addition to funding and providing direction for the operations of the Campus Center Complex, CCB has two student managed programming arms, AC and RSC. Mandatory CC Ops & Rec Fee is $175 per semester and $33 each Summer Session. Mandatory Prog Fee is $15 a semester and $2 per summer session.
CCBAC enriches campus life through providing a repertoire of programs and events each academic year.
CCBRSC enriches campus life through providing recreational and sporting activities each academic year.
Established in 1971, GSO is the elected graduate student governance organization for classified graduate students (in a program other than Law or Medicine) at UHM. Mandatory Stu Govt Fee is $15 per semester.
Established in 1982, SAPFB is the appointed student activity and program funding board. SAPFB makes recommendations to the Vice Provost for Student Success regarding the allocation student activity and program fees to enrich student life. Mandatory Stu Act Fee is $12 per semester and $5 per summer session.
Established in 2014, SMB originated from two previous CSOs (the Board of Publications [est. 1967] and the Broadcast Communications Authority [est. 1982]). SMB is the appointed student media board . SMB is responsible for establishing the budget and policies of the student media program. In addition to funding and providing direction for student media, SMB manages four student-led program areas, Ka Leo ʻO Hawaiʻi, Hawaiʻi Review, KTUH, and UH Productions. Mandatory Pub Fee is $13 per semester. Mandatory Broadcast Fee is $3 per semester and $1 per summer session.
Ka Leo is the student-initiated and managed newspaper at UHM. It was established as the print journalistic voice of the UHM student body in 1922. As of 2022, Ka Leo is evolving and developing its online presence as Manoa Now.
Hawaiʻi Review is the student-initiated and managed college literary journal. It was established in the 1960s.
KTUH is the student-initiated and managed radio station at UHM.
UH Productions is the student-initiated and managed video production program.