There are many unique services available to veterans and military connected students at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. The following offices are listed with a description of their services, as well as their contact information.
VetSuccess on Campus (VSOC)
- Assisting with access to VA benefits, such as providing information on submitting a claim for Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment (VRE) as well as locating community and campus resources
- Assisting with providing Veteran-specific career and employment services
- Providing supportive guidance to ensure Veterans’ health, education, and VA benefit needs are met, while utilizing their VA educational benefits
|VetSuccess on Campus (VSOC)|
|Address||2600 Campus Road, QLC 310|
|Point of Contact||Selina Higa, VSOC Counselor|
|Office Hours||M-F 6:30 am – 3 pm|
Office of the Registrar – Veterans Affairs (VA)
UHM accepts Veteran Affairs (VA) educational benefits for active duty, dependents, National Guard, Reservist, and veterans. Please visit http://www.manoa.hawaii.edu/records/veterans/ for information about how to use VA education benefits at UHM. In addition, the Mānoa campus VA Certifying Official is located in the Office of the Registrar. The VA Certifying Official can provide information about VA educational benefits, certifying and monitoring veterans’ enrollment, , and other academic information.
|Office of the Registrar – Veterans Affairs (VA)|
|Address||2600 Campus Road, QLC 010|
Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL)
The Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL) program is a partnership between Department of Veterans Affairs and local universities and colleges across the country. The VITAL program is comprised of VA mental health professionals, who can assist both Student Veterans and their universities/colleges by providing or assisting with various services, resources, and support. VITAL’s mission is to help Veterans achieve their academic and career goals.
The Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL)
|Address||2600 Campus Road, QLC 312|
|Point of Contact||Dr. Eunice Kwon, VITAL Counselor|
|website||VA College ToolKit|
General Campus Resources
To further enhance your experience at UH Manoa we have provided links and contact information for numerous campus resources that may be of benefit to you.
Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC)
Confidential counseling and support services to assist in transitioning into an academic career and managing personal responsibilities.
|Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC)|
|Address||2600 Campus Road, Room 312|
Financial Aid Services (FAS)
Money/resources to help bridge the gap between your own resources and the amount needed to pay for the cost of attending college.
|Financial Aid Services|
|Address||2600 Campus Road, Room 112|
KOKUA (Disability Access Services)
Services to students with disabilities / disability services (registration, faculty and college liaison, classroom exam accommodations, etc.)
|KOKUA (Disability Access Services)|
|Address||2600 Campus Road, Room 013|
Pacific Alliance / Center on Disability Studies
Resources for students with disabilities who are majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM).
|Pacific Alliance / Center on Disability Studies|
|Address||1776 University Avenue, UA 4-6|
Learning Assistance Center
Developing effective study strategies and workshops on managing time, reading more effectively, note taking, and exam preparation.
|Learning Assistance Center|
|Address||2425 Campus Road, Mezzanine 1|
University Health Services Manoa (UHSM)
Medical services and programs (these include general medical care on a walk-in basis; pharmacy and clinical laboratory, etc.)
|University Health Services Manoa (UHSM)|
|Address||1710 East West Road|
University of Hawaii at Mānoa Children’s Center (UHMCC)
Campus child care for children ages 2-5 at the UHMCC. Up to 50% direct child care subsides is available for student parents with our CCAMPIS (Child Care Access Means Parents In School) Program. Priority given to military families. (Learn more…)
|University of Hawaii at Manoa Children’s Center (UHMCC)|
Student Veteran Lounge:
Our student lounge is currently closed until further notice due to Covid safety precautions.
Located in Saunders Hall room 222
A place to study, socialize, and receive Math & Science tutoring. Open Monday through Friday 0800-2030.