Welcome to the Pacific Islander Student Center (PISC), the “home away from home” for students at UH Hilo from the Pacific Island regions Samoa, RMI, FSM, Palau, Guam, CNMI, as well as students of Pacific islander ethnicities who are US citizens, US nationals, or permanent residents who grew up outside of the islands. We have a team that oversees the services, programs, and resources to facilitate your success. We hope to see you at any of our upcoming events.
APIASF Scholarship Talk
Thursday, August 28, 2014
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
PISC, Campus Center 307
Joy Yoo from the APIASFwill be on campus to talk about the APIASF Scholarship specifically for Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders at UH Hilo. Come join us.
Need the extra help in math, writing, a business class, but can't seem to find the time to go over to the Kilohana Academic Success Center in the basement of the library for their walk-in tutoring services? Or do you feel more comfortable meeting with a fellow Pacific Islander tutor? The PISC has launched an Academic Success Team comprising of highly successful Pacific Islander students who serve as tutors to work specifically with Pacific Islander students who need th help. Anyone interested in accessing a TOD tutor must first sign up using the online form. We will connect you with the right tutor once you've been approved for the service. >>Read more
The Highly Engaged Learning Positions (HELP) program provides “high impact” jobs for Pacific Islander students at UH Hilo. HELP placements are for students of Pacific island ethncity with high financial need and academic qualifications. Students can apply for existing positions on campus including the Student Life Center, Admissions, Financial Aid, Library, Athletics, Health & Wellness Program, Minority Access, Study Abroad, etc. or off campus. >> Read more
Do you have papers that you need to print? What about notes from your class? Perhaps you want to print some handouts or your club's agenda. Announcing the launch of the Participation Incentive Free Printing Card (aka P-Card). As an incentive to engage in your own success and our communal success, we will be offering the P-Card to Pacific Islander students who participate in our PISC-sponsored programs and services. The P-Cards are worth anywhere from 300 pages of free printing to 20 pages. Anyone interested in earning points for a P-Card need to pre-register online using our simple.>>Read more