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Current Students

If you plan to attend UH Mānoa after high school graduation please carefully review the information below.


Incoming and Current High School Juniors Will Need to Submit:

Unofficial Junior year transcripts to UH Admissions to ensure you are on the path towards Mānoa admission. You must complete the following high school requirements by graduation: 3 units of Math, 3 units of Science, 3 units of Social Sciences, 4 units of other college-prep, and 5 units of electives.


Incoming and Current High School Seniors:

As a Mānoa Academy student, you are provisionally admitted to Mānoa. You DO NOT need to submit an Intent to Enroll form or a Tuition Deposit.

You will need to submit:

1. Final Official High School Transcripts

Submit transcripts to:
Office of Admissions
2600 Campus Road, Room 001
Honolulu, HI 96822

2. Official Standardized Test Scores (SAT/ACT)

This only applies to students that did not already submit them when applying for the Mānoa Academy. Official scores must be submitted directly to UH Mānoa from the testing agency. Please remember during test day to list University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa as one of your institutions you will send your test scores to. Our college codes are SAT 4867 and ACT 0902.


Additional Information

Check your registration status and clear holds through MyUH Services:

  • Login in to MyUH Services
  • Click on Student Services Menu
  • Click View My Holds

In December-February of your Senior year, apply for the Mānoa STAR Scholarships and New Warrior Scholarships.

Some scholarships deadlines may be January 15th. Ensure that you complete the FAFSA available October 1st.


Financial Aid Important Information

  • Performance in any university course will permanently impact your academic record and therefore can impact your admissions and financial aid eligibility
  • Performance in this course will have impact on your future ability to go to college, earn scholarships and be eligible for financial aid.
  • Scholarship and financial aid eligibility depends on your entire academic record – high school and college-level course work.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Policy

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974 (also known as the Buckley Amendment) establishes guidelines for maintaining the confidentiality of education records and monitoring the release of information from those records. Education records are those directly related to a student and maintained by the University; these include grades, coursework, records indicating progress toward a degree, and student financial account records.

Once a student is attending the University, all FERPA rights belong to the student. Information may be released only at the student's specific written request. An exception is directory information, which may be released at any time unless a student has requested that it be withheld. Please refer to Policies for more information.

UH Mānoa must comply with federal regulations in regard to student privacy. Unless a student gives express written permission, we are unable to release personal, disciplinary, or academic information. Refer to Policies for more information on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.


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Conditions

  • The application fee is nonrefundable and nontransferable and valid only for the first semester. A student who enrolls and successfully passes an Academy course that first semester will remain in the program and will not need to submit another application or fee for enrollment as a Fall Mānoa entering freshman.
  • A student who fails to earn a grade of C or higher may be removed from the Mānoa Academy at the Academy’s discretion. Once removed, the student must reapply for the Academy and/or admission to UH Mānoa and pay the application fee.
  • Failure to maintain at least a Mānoa Academy 2.0 GPA (2.75 for College of Education majors; and 2.5 for KRS majors) will result in the student being ineligible for financial aid upon enrollment at Mānoa as a freshman (until such time as the student's GPA rises to meet the minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress standards).
  • If the student does not successfully complete the dual credit course(s), the student may not meet high school graduation requirements. The grade received will be permanently on the student’s transcript.