- published: 30 Jul 2015
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The University of Hawaii at Manoa welcomes all incoming students! Hear from UH Manoa students on student support services, tips on moving into the halls and life on the UH Mānoa campus in this new video. For more information, visit the UH Mānoa Student Housing Services website at https://manoa.hawaii.edu/housing/
I spend a lot of time here and just thought I would make a video to show off my campus a bit. I wasn't paid to do this and just thought it was a beautiful place to go to school.
Aloha! Join us as we take you on a tour of HPU's campuses. HPU combines the excitement of an urban downtown campus with the serenity of a residential campus. The urban campus is located in downtown Honolulu, the business and financial center of the pacific. Located eight miles away, on the windward side of the island, the our HPU campus is set in the green foothills of O'ahu's Ko'olau Mountains. HPU is also affiliated with the Oceanic Institute, an aquaculture research facility located at Makapu'u Point, that offers students' research and hand-on opportunities. These three distinctive sites are conveniently linked by shuttle and provide the perfect backdrop for your learning experience at HPU. There's so much to see, so come check it out!
Get Da Scoops on on-campus livin' at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. "Da Scoops" is a new show we will be posting weekly, where our hosts ask students about a certain subject. This week we asked students about the student housing. YOUR HOSTS: Amy Metz Anton Glamb Ian Ross Stevi Gregorios Taylor Stanton Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uhproductions Our site: http://www.uhpro.org Instagram: @uhpro Rate, comment and subscribe!!!
Deciding where to go to school? Enjoy this video tour of our unparalleled campus here on the Big Island. UHH boasts a diverse population, friendly students, spacious grounds, and relaxed atmosphere. Plus, it's always sunny except when it rains. Set to music performed by the UH-Hilo Hawaiian Club, recorded at the UHH International Student Association's "International Nights." For more information about UH-Hilo, visit http://www.hilo.hawaii.edu/ If you're interested in geology and volcanoes, visit http://www.hilo.hawaii.edu/~geology/
Whether the school sells the property, leases it out, or continues to use it, there are restrictions in place.
Upper Campus Tour of the shared facilities of Hawaii Community College on the University of Hawaii at Hilo campus. For more information visit us online at Hawaii.Hawaii.edu or contact the HawaiiCC Information Center at (808) 934-2500.
Ground was broken for seven new buildings on the BYU--Hawaii campus in Laie, Hawaii in December 2011. All the projects were completed in time for Fall Semester 2013. Included in this first phase of campus building and expansion are two buildings of apartments for married students, three dormitory buildings for single students, one apartment building for single students, and the Heber J. Grant Building, a multi-use edifice that serves both academic and ecclesiastical purposes for university students and faculty.
A senior from the Philippines hosts a tour of the BYU-Hawaii campus. Get to know the campus through the eyes of a student. See the Hales (dorms), cafeteria, student jobs, library and more. To find out more about BYU-Hawaii, visit byuh.edu. Video courtesy of Daniel Skaf of Corporate Hawaii Productions LLC.
Just an unofficial for fun student tour of some of the rooms at HPU, enjoy!
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Hawaii Pacific University's commitment to sustainability and energy efficiency touches every part of campus life. Hear how energy efficiency helped improve their facilities and shape their long-term strategy on how to become a better resource for the community.
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa students moved into on-campus residence halls and apartments the week of August 19, 2013. Three of the 3,800 students living in student housing in the fall 2013 semester let a UH News film crew video tape their move-in day for posterity.