Rise of the Wahine
Update: Rise of the Wahine has won the 2014 Hawaii International Film Festival Audience Award for a Feature Documentary. - Full article
Non-traditional students discover they can with iCAN
This semester, 15 students who completed the Individualized Career Achievement Network (iCAN) program will be graduating. - Full article
7th Annual Holmescoming
On Nov. 21 over 700 engineering alumni and friends gathered for the 7th Annual Holmescoming. - Full article
Inaugural KCCAFA Distinguished Alumni Award Dinner
On November 19, KCCAFA held its first Distinguished Alumni Awards and Membership Dinner. - Full article
Behind every brick is a story

When you buy an inscribed brick, you establish a permanent link to the rich history that is the University of Hawai‘i, and you help to pave the way for future generations. Show your UH pride or make a lasting tribute to a loved one today, and leave a legacy for tomorrow.

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The University of Hawai‘i Alumni Association promotes and supports the University of Hawai‘i by connecting alumni and friends with the university and with each other, strengthening stakeholder relationships in the community, and inspiring pride among the University of Hawai‘i ‘ohana.

Graduates of any of the 10 University of Hawai‘i System campuses are automatically Lōkahi, or basic-level, members of the Alumni Association. If you would like to join a chapter, receive discounts from our benefit partners, or receive special pricing for and invitations to UHAA events, please upgrade to Ha‘aheo (paid annual) or ‘Onipa‘a (paid lifetime) membership.

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News

Ahmad Yu (Mānoa MS '82) is the new Vice President of Operations at Honolulu Cookie Company. - Full article


Dr. Yanagihara recognized for work in infectious disease and health disparities - Full article


Hau‘oli Mau Loa Foundation supporting graduate students at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo who are pursuing master’s degrees from the TCBES program. - Full article