UH Manoa is now a smoke-free campus, starting August 17, 2015. Visit manoa.hawaii.edu/smokefree to learn more.

UH Mānoa is now a smoke-free campus, starting August 17, 2015. Visit manoa.hawaii.edu/smokefree to learn more.

The UH Mānoa ohana greeted Make-a-Wish teen, Camron Husley and her family with a surprise welcome rally. Read more >>

The UH Mānoa ohana greeted Make-a-Wish teen, Camron Husley, and her family this summer with a surprise welcome rally. Read more >>

Welcome back to the UH Mānoa and the Fall 2015 semester! (Photo: Homecoming @ UH Mānoa)

Welcome back to UH Mānoa and the Fall 2015 semester!
(Photo: Homecoming @ UH Mānoa)

Student Health 101 - the online magazine just for UHM students

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

New Student Orientation sessions are held before the beginning of every fall semester. Visit NSO to learn more.

New Student Orientation sessions are held before the beginning of every fall or spring semester. Visit NSO to learn more.

The Warrior Recreation Center (WRC) celebrated its grand opening on April 11, 2014. Visit Student Recreation Services to learn more.

The Warrior Recreation Center (WRC) celebrated its grand opening on April 11, 2014. Visit Student Recreation Services to learn more.

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

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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Mānoa Guardian Mobile App

The Mānoa Guardian app allows users to create a safety network of "Guardians" that provides a direct contact to friends, family and the UH Mānoa Department of Public Safety (DPS) increasing their safety on campus. The Mānoa Guardian app features a safety timer, placing an emergency call or text message to DPS and reporting a tip to DPS with photos. The Manoa Guardian app is free to download from the Apple App Store for iOS devices and Google Play for Android devices.

Visit UHM Department of Public Safety for more information.

UH news article: Mānoa Guardian mobile app promotes campus safety


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Student Health 101

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