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About UH Mānoa

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s breathtaking 320-acre campus sits at the entrance to a quiet, verdant valley and is only a few miles from famous Waikīkī Beach. UH Mānoa is proud to be the oldest, largest and most research-focused, academically innovative flagship of the 10-campus UH System. It oversees two popular visitor attractions: the Lyon Arboretum tropical rainforest and the Waikiki Aquarium. Established partnerships with international institutions of higher learning broaden student horizons to diverse cultures, backgrounds and perspectives.

1907

Established

320

Acres

19K+

Total Student Population
(Fall 2021)

60%

Hawaiʻi (in-state) Students

34%

Out-of-State/U.S. National Students

6%

International Students

128

Countries and Regions Represented

51%

Top 25% in H.S.

65%

Female

3.67

Average High School GPA

15

Colleges and Schools

100

Bachelor Degrees Offered

More about UH Manoa

More about UH Manoa

The campus is proud of its strong academics and research, student diversity, distinguished alumni and latest rankings.