U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) campus visit: April 28-30th. Learn more

U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights (OCR) campus visit: April 28-30th.
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You are invited to attend the 2014 Sony Technology Award Reception

You are invited to attend the 2014 Sony Technology Award Reception - learn more >>

Join us for the Wellness Across Diverse Cultures (Wellness Fair) on April 29, 2014 - learn more

Join us for the Wellness Across Diverse Cultures (Wellness Fair) on April 29, 2014.
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Architectural Rendering: View from Courtyard: Campus Center Renovation and Expansion, Phase IIB Recreational Center (Warrior Recreation Center)

Architectural Rendering: View from Courtyard: Campus Center Renovation and Expansion, Phase IIB Recreational Center (Warrior Recreation Center)

Student Health 101 - the online magazine just for UHM students

Student Health 101 - the online magazine just for UHM students.

UH Mānoa Homecoming Fair, October 2013

UH Mānoa Homecoming Fair, October 2013

VA worker Travis Schmidt providing information to a UH student - Mobile Veterans Center, Fall 2013.

VA worker Travis Schmidt providing information to a UH student - Mobile Veterans Center, Fall 2013.

View from the mall of Hawaiʻi Hall and the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services

View from the mall of Hawaiʻi Hall and the Queen Liliʻuokalani Center for Student Services

"Discover UH Mānoa": watch the video

"Discover UH Mānoa": watch the video

Welcome

The Office of Student Affairs (OSA) encompasses student support services -- co-curricular activities, housing, counseling and career guidance, employment, and health, which serve all students. OSA also administers programs that provide support services to minority students, especially Hawaiians and Filipinos, students with disabilities, senior citizens, and assists students who have special problems or concerns, such as academic grievances and student conduct issues.

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Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Campus Visit: April 28-30th

The Office for Civil Rights @ U.S. Department of Education is coming to UH Mānoa April 28th – 30th to talk about sexual harassment & sexual violence.

The Office for Civil Rights ("OCR") is conducting a proactive compliance review of the University of ʻi at Mānoa under Title IX of the Patsy T. Mink Education Opportunity Act of 1972. Title IX prohibits sex discrimination in federally funded universities. OCR will be on campus Monday, April 28, 2014, through Wednesday, April 30, 2014, to speak with students about sexual harassment and sexual violence.

Students are encouraged to attend focus groups and open hours with OCR (please see Student Focus Group Schedule).

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Building Updates: QLC General Repairs & Repainting Project

The Queen Liliʻuokalani Center For Student Services (QLC) will be undergoing general repairs and repainting. The project scope consist of some concrete repair, general painting and sealing of the exterior areas of the building (which also include the hallway and railings on each floor) and resealing of some exterior windows.
Duration of Work: July 16, 2013 ~ May 30, 2014.

UPDATE: April 7, 2014   (Tentative schedule):

04/07 to 04/25 - Continue the power washing and painting of the Mauka and Makai exterior walls of the building. Continue to power wash and paint the inner courtyard making their way from the Ewa end to the Diamond Head end. Continue Cashier's Office cabinet repair.

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OSA News and Events

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