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University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu

(3.9/5 based on 90+ reviews on the web)
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  • My husband and I went on an architectural walking tour of the campus as part of AIA Honolulu's celebration of architecture month. The building highlights for me were the Andrews Outdoor theater and th...  more »
  • Buy clothes of the UAC. In the book store. Hydro flask will sell cheaper Ala Moana. About 10 dollars. Student's you can buy, and even put!.
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  • Look at local youth attending the University and came to tourism. In the University was very green, very good atmosphere. It was asked, do not know where the thought of buying a university-related toy shop and co-op in the basement. We liked the toy itself suspect, I was surprised. Those who want to taste the local atmosphere is recommended.
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  • I had a campus and dorm tour in March 2016. The people there were absolutely helpful and so sweet. It's a huge campus so you can get lost along the way to find where you want to go. You feel so comfortable and welcoming when you walk up to the school, see all the students, activities and clubs that are going on. It makes you want to join in and have fun! I am hopefully attending this school next year and I am extremely excited to meet new people and be around a new culture. I highly recommend going to this school!
  • If you're here to do a PhD in a world-class department in your particular field, like me, it's a 5. For a regular undergrad degree, I would say it's a 2. Only worth it if you're local and want to save money by living at home. The facilities are run-down, and not just in the arts buildings; the dorms are full of roaches and drug use, the layers of bureaucracy are a nightmare -- literally, my prof had to fill out two forms to order a pizza, and it took two months to set up "direct deposit" for my on-campus job (defined as the checks being mailed to my department, which mails them to the bank). The NATURAL SURROUNDINGS, on the other hand, are GORGEOUS, and the people of Hawai'i are fascinating. ... I did my MA in a world-class uni with the best of facilities, and it came with its own set of problems: 50% tuition hikes for international students over 3 years, with international tuition already 3x domestic tuition; the uni president was forced by the board to resign after only a year; the housing/living cost was exorbitant. No place is perfect and life is what you make of it.
  • I would highly suggest against attending this school. Most of my classes were taught by Graduate students. The facilities were a mess. Parking was practically nonexistent to new students. Sexual assaults and criminal behavior was all over the news as I dormed in Hale Wainani. The English Department had a paper shortage throughout the three years I attended. Elevators were broken. No air conditioning. Library was rampant with bedbugs! I was not offered support as I graduated (only debt collectors gave me any attention) as my BA in English from the University of Hawaii made me a perfect candidate for a job as a stocker at WalMart.
  • Not great for an IT degree unless you want a degree in Software (java). However the Grey Hat team was a great learning experience for IT Security. I dont recommend for military mgib, it took a lot from me. I ended up going to Applied Computer Training and Technology for IT certifications and then transferred those to a college that accepts them.
  • See below reviews. Not worth the money. The school will take all your money and instead of investing in quality professors/equipment/maintenance, they'll spend it on the football team which can't win a game or take it seriously. And for students being their "customers", they certainly don't treat you with the respect that you deserve for investing so much money into them.