Student Support

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The Office of Student Academic Services has several student support programs that have a specific focus.  Learn more about each program and their initiatives, events, and activities.

PUAHIA: INSPIRING EMERGING EDUCATORS

The mission of the Puahia: Inspiring Emerging Leaders Program is to engage, empower, and support new students within the UHM College of Education as they begin to identify and realize their academic and professional goals toward becoming future leaders.

Through the Puahia Program, students can network and meet other students through peer mentorships, workshops, and activities that can support their transition into college and future student success. Please contact puahia@hawaii.edu for more details.

PU‛UHONUA: HALE FOR NATIVE HAWAIIAN STUDENT SUPPORT

Pu‛uhonua aims to provide a sanctuary for Hawaiian students in the UH Mānoa College of Education. Our goal is to build and strengthen the foundation for future generations of Hawaiian educators.

TINALAK: THE FILIPINO EDUCATION ADVISORY COUNCIL

Tinalak is the hand-woven natural cloth designed from the dreams of the indigenous T'boli people of the Philippines. Like the "dream weavers," our task is to envision, inspire, and weave together Hawai'i‛s new generation of teachers through the recruitment and support of Filipinos in the teaching profession.