Summary

 

The University is committed to growing its capacity as a producer of well-rounded, thoughtful citizens, as a leading research institution, and as a dependable provider of skilled and competent professionals into the regional workforce. 

 

To further the institution’s programs and community, the university is utilizing a framework, rooted in core cultural values and data, to create an environment that consistently reflects the community and responds to changing conditions.

News & Announcements

November 01, 2019

View the complete Framework for the Future document's page and leave comments. The UH Mānoa Framework for the Future provides a flexible guide for future development on the UH Mānoa campus.

April 04, 2019

There are seven Planning Objectives for the Mānoa campus and they will inform the Future Guiding Principles in regards to planning.

January 02, 2019

Student Campus Experience Survey 2017

A 5 question survey conducted by the Mānoa Institutional Research Office (MIRO) asked students about their experiences at the University of Hawai‘i Mānoa in the Fall Semester of 2017. MKThink analyzed the responses to identify key themes related to the Mānoa Framework for the Future.

December 13, 2018

Campus Wide Space Allocation

In this quantitative analysis, space types are evaluated in terms of key performance indicators related to the core mission of the university and the Guiding Principles of the Mānoa Framework for the Future.

August 21, 2018

"Heat Mapping" UH Mānoa activities to inform planning

Latest article on the Mānoa Campus: Framework for the Future from University of Hawai‘i News.

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What's in the Framework?

To guide and inform future development, we established at set of criteria based on institutional goals, shared values, community input and analysis:

Campus Vision

The Framework Vision will re-invest in the ancient connection between the mountains, Mānoa valley and the sea. The Central campus will be the hub of academic, adminstrative and student life activity, and gathering spaces will celebrate the natural landscape and provide hands-on learning and research environments.

Core Values

The Framework embodies UH Manoa's Core Values - Kuleana, Hānai, Ho‘omalu & Mālama - which reflect beliefs and aspirations to become a Hawaiian place of learning.

Guiding Principles

The Framework embodies UH Manoa's Core Values - Kuleana, Hānai, Ho‘omalu & Mālama - which reflect beliefs and aspirations to become a Hawaiian place of learning.

Planning Context

The Framework embodies UH Manoa's Core Values - Kuleana, Hānai, Ho‘omalu & Mālama - which reflect beliefs and aspirations to become a Hawaiian place of learning.

Future Conditions

The Framework embodies UH Manoa's Core Values - Kuleana, Hānai, Ho‘omalu & Mālama - which reflect beliefs and aspirations to become a Hawaiian place of learning.

Planning Objectives

The Framework embodies UH Manoa's Core Values - Kuleana, Hānai, Ho‘omalu & Mālama - which reflect beliefs and aspirations to become a Hawaiian place of learning.

Space Needs Forecast

The Framework embodies UH Manoa's Core Values - Kuleana, Hānai, Ho‘omalu & Mālama - which reflect beliefs and aspirations to become a Hawaiian place of learning.

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