I'm Accepted! What's Next?
Step 1. Activate your MyUH student account
MyUH Services is University of Hawaii's integrated student information system. It will provide you with the following services:
- Personal email
- Online registration
- View your grades and transcriptions
- View your progress toward graduation
- Update your personal information
- View your financial aid awards
Step 2. Finance your Education
Federal student aid is available for US citizens, US nationals, and eligible non-citizens.
Step 3. Submit your Intent to Enroll
The national intent-to-enroll date is May 1st, but if you have made up your mind you can submit your intent at any time before or after this date. Please note that if you are applying for financial aid you do not have to pay the $60 tuition deposit when you submit your intent.
Step 4. Apply for On-campus Housing & Dining
University Housing is dedicated to providing you with an atmosphere that will give you a sense of belonging to the campus and help you quickly become a part of campus life.
Step 5. Submit Final Documents
Submit final transcripts to Admissions Office:
University of Hawaiʻi at Hilo
200 W. Kāwili St.
Hilo, HI 96720-4091
Step 6. Take Academic Placement Assessments
Placement assessments are required before you may register for certain courses.
Step 7. Visit Advising & GPS Registration
You will be using GPS (Graduation Pathways System) to create our course schedule.
Step 8. Submit Mandatory Health Requirements Form
Please submit your completed mandatory health requirements form to the UH Hilo Student Medical Services Office as soon as possible.
Step 9. Sign up for Orientation
Orientation is filled with fun activities, events, and workshops all designed to Create Connections with other new students, with our amazing UH Hilo faculty, and with numerous campus resources and the awesome staff that run them. We will also have workshops which will help to set you up to be Academically Successful here at UH Hilo, and of course there will be lots and lots of Vulcan spirit as we welcome you into our university ʻohana (family).