Welcome to MAAP
The Minority Access and Achievement Program (MAAP) Office was established as the result of an initiative by the state legislature to “improve the access and success of students from underrepresented ethnic groups at the university and in the professions in Hawaiʻi. MAAP is committed to improving the recruitment and retention of minority students by providing support services and a place where students feel welcomed and supported as they pursue their educational goals. The target population includes Filipino, Micronesian, Native Hawaiian, Samoan, Other Pacific Islanders, American Indian, African American, and Hispanic.
- Academic and personal support through counseling, academic advising, career exploration, and financial aid advising.
- Peer Assistant Linkages and Support (PALS)
- Bridge to Hope
- Scholarship and Internship Opportunities
- Recruitment Activities: Address issues of access by partnering with other campus and community agencies on recruitment and cultural activities. Events include Filipino American Heritage Month, Black History Month, and the Pacific Youth Empowerment for Success (PacYES) Day.
Cultural Game Event
Date: Friday, September 22, 2017
Time: 4:30-7 P.M
Location: Lava Landing
For more information call :808-932-7461 or 808-932-7463 or E-mail email@example.com
Hope to see you there!
Suicide Prevention Month
Dates: September 12, 2017-September 27, 2017
MAAP is co-sponsoring this event, Check it out! Please check out other events happening during 'Suicide Prevention Month', the flier can be found at the 'Activities and Events' link. Mahalo!
Interested in applying for law school?
Join Professor Troy J.H Andrade for a special presentation
Date: Friday September 22, 2017
Time: 10 A.M- 11 A.M
Location: Campus Center 306 Please refer to the flier at the 'Activities and Events' link for more information.Mahalo!
The bamboo, or ʻohe, as it is known in Hawaiʻi, is a significant plant in many Pacific and Asian cultures. The ʻohe, symbolizes strength, flexibility, and growth; all important characteristics which nurtures the development of a student.