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ʻOpihi Week

Location: Library Lānai

ʻOpihi Week was created to help currently enrolled and new transfer students with registering into next semester's courses.

ʻOpihi Week is scheduled for April 15-17, from 10am-2pm, every day, on the Library Lānai. It’s scheduled one week AFTER fall registration begins for currently enrolled students on April 8. Incoming transfer students will also be able to register, starting April 13.

Faculty advisors from undergraduate majors will be present to answer questions and help students plan out a fall semester schedule. Key student support offices, like the Office of the Registrar and the Academic Advising Center, will be around to help students with registration and help you “stick with it”.

For disability accommodation, contact Nikki at 808-932-7568 (V), 808-932-7445 (TTY), or email opihi@hawaii.edu by April 1, 2019.

Special Restrictions: For UH Hilo students

For more information, contact: opihi@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7568

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