Kilohana: The Science Center
In order to prioritize the health and safety of our student visitors, staff, faculty, and everyone’s ‘ohana, we have moved our tutoring services online for the Spring 2021 semester. Visit our Spring 2021 Operations page for updates and available resources. We remain dedicated to our mission of supporting the learning of UH Hilo students and look forward to continuing to service you during these uncertain times.
Aloha and welcome to Kilohana: The Science Center. Free walk-in consultation sessions are offered in Biology, Chemistry, Marine Science, Physics, and Astronomy. We are committed to helping you gain the skills and confidence needed to become successful and independent learners. The Center is located in the Sciences and Technology Building (STB) room 117.
Science peer staff are UH Hilo students who possess excellent knowledge in different science subjects, good inter-personal skills, and who can articulate science concepts to student visitors.
In addition to offering a supportive study environment, we also have a variety of resources and materials available for your use. There are eight PCs available for visitors to use as well as access to one of the Mookini Library's pay printer stations.
We hope that you will make Kilohana: The Science Center your one-stop shop to excel in all of your science classes!
Corin Kim STEM Coordinator
The UH Hilo Student Conduct Code is in effect throughout the campus including all Kilohana Centers and Kilohana sponsored events.
Kilohana Science Center Schedule
The Center's schedule begins the second week of instruction and ends on the last day of instruction.
Use the subject links below to see when peer staff are available for consultation.
Check out the following resource posters created by former Kilohana Chemistry Staff Eric Tsuji:
Check out the following resource poster created by former Kilohana Chemistry Staff Kehau Hagiwara:
Check out the following resource poster created by Kilohana Chemistry Staff Francis Sakai-Kawada:
Additional Science Resources: