Name of OfficeDescription of program and students they serve
Air Force ROTCAerospace Studies is part of the Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) program. Through this program, full-time students pursue a commission in the U.S. Air Force. Once commissioned as a Second Lieutenant, graduates of the Air Force ROTC program serve on active duty for a specified period of time.
Army ROTCThe UH, Army ROTC prepares students in leadership development, academics and physical readiness.
Honors ProgramThe Honors Program prepares motivated students for independent research and creative work. It emphasizes intellectual community and faculty mentorship.
International Student ServicesISS provides immigration advising, services and programs for UH Manoa F-1/J-1 students, to facilitate student visa status compliance and intercultural learning.
KOKUA (Students with Disabilities)The KOKUA Program is the designated office to serve and work with students with disabilities on the UH Mānoa campus.
Mānoa Transfer Coordination CenterMTCC provides academic advising, guidance, and referrals (when appropriate) to any student who wants to transfer to UH Manoa.
Native Hawaiian Student ServicesNHSS programs are designed to improve institutional access, student-faculty engagement and experiential research.
Navy ROTCNaval Science Leadership (NAVL) is part of the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps (NROTC) program at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Participants in the NROTC program–recipients of the National NROTC scholarship and College Programmers–are pursuing a commission to serve on active duty in the Navy or Marine Corps following their graduation and completion of all NROTC commissioning requirements.
Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising CenterThe Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center is a resource center for pre-health and pre-law students and is open to the public.
SEED (Student Diversity) ProgramsSEED promotes college opportunity for disadvantaged and underrepresented groups. Through numerous programs and committees, SEED supports eligible students seeking to earn baccalaureate and post-baccalaureate degrees. SEED builds an inclusive campus environment advancing the goals of the university and enriching the future of Hawaiʻi nei.
Student Athlete Academic ServicesAcademic advising, mentoring, tutoring, major and career exploration to athletes. Monitor & prepare academic eligibility documentation for NCAA certification.
TRIO Mānoa (First-Gen Support)TRIO Mānoa supports first-generation and high financial need students. Applicants must meet additional federal eligibility requirements.
Office of Veteran Student ServicesOVSS provides support services and resources to all military connected students throughout their academic journey.