Place @ Mānoa
Our Strategic Imperatives
Our student housing availability doubles.
We spend $20 million annually on repair and maintenance.
Our energy consumption is reduced by 20 percent.
- Promote an understanding of the Native Hawaiian ahupua‘a concept by restoring and managing the Mānoa stream and ecosystem.
- Create a Hawaiian sense of place on campus through improved landscaping, architectural design, signage, and the creation of gathering spaces.
- Vigorously recruit students from Asia and the Pacific and foster regional alumni relations.
- Build on our comparative advantages such as our unparalleled natural resources, cultural diversity, sense of aloha, and excellent reputation.
- Expand leadership in international affairs, emphasizing Hawai‘i, Asia, and the Pacific.
- Develop a Mānoa Charter on sustainability to create a green campus and promote stewardship of natural resources.
- Make the campus bicycle and pedestrian friendly and encourage alternative modes of transportation.
- Expand and improve on-campus housing services with mixed-use communities.
- Work with the community to develop a vibrant college town surrounding the Mānoa campus.
- Maintain exceptional campus facilities that service the diverse social needs of students, faculty, families, and persons with disabilities.