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Haumana Hou Lounge presented by New Student Programs

Location: Student Services Center room W201

Stop by room W201 of the Student Services Center every Tuesday starting September 27, 2016 for a relaxing place to study. The Haumana Hou Lounge offers students a place to study, and even offers free tutoring options for students in different academic subjects (tutoring options vary per week)! This is a great opportunity for those who are unable to meet a tutor during daytime hours; and it is all in one central location! The Haumana Hou Lounge also hosts the HH Cafe which always offers free refreshments with a Starbucks-like experience by providing various coffee and tea options, and delicious snacks! Additionally, there will be occasional live music from some talented student performers. The Haumana Hou Lounge is located at room W201 of the Student Services Center which offers comfortable seating, a clean environment, indoor & outdoor seating, and even AC for the occasional hot and humid Hilo evening. It's all you need to study comfortably! The lounge will be open every Tuesday until December 6, 2016 from 8:00pm - 10:00pm in SSC W201, so come on by!

Special Restrictions: Valid UH Hilo student ID required to receive free refreshments.

For more information, contact: nsp@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7384

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