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Weekly Store Shuttles Presented by New Student Programs

Location: University Concierge at Student Services Center

Did you know? New Student Programs provides a weekly Store Shuttle Service
for students! This semester's shuttles will run Fridays from 5:00-9:00PM with service to the Target/Safeway shopping complex. If you would like to utilize this week's service please sign up at the University Concierge desk located on the first floor of the Student Services Center. You can also email us at nsp@hawaii.edu to sign up, however email is limited to when our staff is available to confirm your email so it cannot guarantee an up-to-date availability of spaces. Walk-ins will be accepted if a reserved spot is left open - meet at the University Concierge by 4:45pm. This service is free to all UH Hilo students with a valid ID! So join us and get your shopping done every week! The shuttles will NOT be in service on March 10, 2017. The shuttle service will conclude for the semester on March 24, 2017. Mahalo for your understanding and support!

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

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