Academic Advising

The Mānoa Advising Center (MAC) provides academic advising for students who are undecided on a major or pre-majors.

Design Your Own Major

If no University major is quite your size or shape, you may find a better fit through the Interdisciplinary Studies Program.

Planning to Succeed

Bachelor Degree Program Sheets and Sample Four Year Academic Plans are intended as advising tools to be used in tandem with academic advising.

Honors Program

The Honors Program provides opportunities for talented, motivated undergraduates to excel in their academic studies.

Featured Program

  • Student Success Center at Sinclair Library

    Located at the front desk of Sinclair Library, The Student Success Center is the hub of learning support for all students across campus. Within the Student Success Center, you can find a table to study alone or with a group, use a computer, talk to a Librarian, get tutoring or attend supplemental instruction, get your questions answered, and much more. The Student Success Center (SSC) is a collaboration of student service offices across campus here to connect students to resources that involve campus life, academics, books, printing, room reservations, exam proctoring and on and off campus directions. Visit us at

  • Mānoa Transfer Coordination Center (MTCC)

    Are you a Ka`ie`ie student in need of assistance? Are you transferring and need help navigating UHM? Stop by the Manoa Transfer Coordination Center (MTCC) to speak with a Transfer Specialist who can assist you. Transfer Specialists will: 1.  Provide guidance to students in the Ka‘ie‘ie Program 2.  Explain the various transfer options for UHM 3.  Identify and provide contact information of specific Manoa college and major advisor 4.  Identify UHM campus resources 5.  Address transfer student concerns The MTCC is located in Sinclair Library’s Student Success Center (Mezzanine #2 in the Heritage Reading Room). For more information, visit

  • Noe Wins First Place for NCHC Poster Presentation

    At this year’s National Collegiate Honors Council conference in Atlanta, Georgia, Honors student Kari Noe won first place in the Business, Engineering and Computer Sciences student poster competition. The NCHC conference invites students and faculty in Honors programs and colleges across the nation to share their research. Noe is the first student from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa to present at the NCHC in recent years. A double major in Information and Computer Sciences and Animation, she has undertaken applied work on data visualization and its role in Hawaiian cultural preservation. Her poster covered two projects—the first involving the use of virtual reality in partnership with the Hōkūle‘a worldwide voyage, and the second on its use in conjunction with recording and preserving archaeological artifacts. Noe, who is also one of the first Honors students to put together an Honors Portfolio as her Senior Honors Project, is mentored by ICS professor Jason Leigh. Her trip was made possible with funding from the Undergraduate Research Program and her department.  

Featured: New Director of Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center

Kiana Shiroma became the Director of the Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center (PAC) this past July. She has recently overseen the move of PAC, which is now located in Sinclair Library, Room 108. Kiana is excited to be working with her peer advisors to provide in-person and group advising, orientation, workshop, and information for pre-health and pre-law students throughout the state.

The Pre-Health and Pre-Law Advising Center (PAC) at UHM is excited to announce its new location and contact information:

Pre-Health/Pre-Law Advising Center
Sinclair Library, Room 108
(808) 956-8646
Open: Mondays to Fridays, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except state holidays

We provide orientations and workshops for pre-health and pre-law students. For schedule, go to

We welcome walk-in or scheduled advising appointments. To schedule an appointment, go to

Come visit us soon!

  • Spring Volunteer and Engagement Fair

    The Office of Civic and Community Engagement is holding a Spring Volunteer and Engagement Fair on Wednesday, April 11, 2018 10:00 am – 2:00 pm University of Hawaii at Manoa Campus Center Courtyard For more information, contact 956-46341.

  • PAC Kaplan Test Prep Scholarship

    Applications for the ​PAC ​Kaplan Test Prep Scholarship are now being accepted! This scholarship is awarded to a current student in the University of Hawaiʻi System who demonstrates a commitment to continuing their post-secondary education beyond earning a bachelor’s degree. The scholarship will be used to pay for the tuition for one test preparation course for the DAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, OAT, or PCAT. The scholarship also includes required Kaplan course materials. Amount: Equivalent to one Kaplan Test Prep through a course-waiver (excluding one-on-one tutoring) To apply: Compose an essay (5,000 characters max.) on why you are interested in applying to this type of professional school, for which you are taking the test. Email your essay to Dr. Kiana Shiroma ( by the appropriate deadline. Due Date:​​ ​April 1, 2018 Contact person: Dr. Kiana Shiroma, 808-956-8646

  • Exploratory Program

    The mission of the Exploratory Program is to assist students in achieving their educational, personal, and career goals by selecting a major that aligns their interests, abilities, and goals. If you are not yet ready to choose your major, you can sign up for course clusters in an exploratory path that will allow you to explore a grouping of similar majors. Course clusters have been carefully designed to fulfill general education requirements and allow you to take introductory courses to the majors in an interest area. Exploratory Paths include: Exploratory; Arts and Humanities; Business and Industry; Health Sciences; Social Sciences; and STEM. For more information on the Exploratory Program, visit