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╩╗Opihi Week

Location: Library L─ünai

ÔÇśOpihi Week is scheduled for April 17-19, from 10am-2pm, every day, on the Library L─ünai. It's scheduled one week after fall class registration begins for continuing students on April 9th.

During ╩╗Opihi Week, current and new transfer students will find a lot of help to register into courses to help them graduate.

Faculty advisors from 25 undergraduate majors can answer questions and help students plan out the fall semester schedule. Key student support offices, like the Office of the Registrar and the Career and Academic Advising Center, will provide critical support for student success and registration. Laptops will also be available to allow for on-site registration, courtesy of K─źpuka.


Incoming transfer students will be able to register, starting April 14, so if they have challenges with registration or have questions about requirements, they can stop by and get some help too.

View complete list of Academic Department Availability and
Student Support Availability at hilo.hawaii.edu/blog/opihi/2018/04/04/what-is-opihi-week/

For more information, contact: opihi@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7092

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