To effectively compete, UH facilities must offer state-of-the-art technological infrastructure to support research and provide new opportunities for teaching and learning. Funding for facilities creates comfortable living and studying facilities, first-rate libraries, and an enriched campus life that are central to the student experience.
New and well-maintained facilities inspire achievement; improve faculty retention; facilitate cutting-edge technology, innovation, and research; and build pride in our university. By improving our facilities, we equip our faculty to teach, our researchers to find solutions to global challenges, and our students to flourish.
When the UH Cheer team was in need of a new flag, UH superfan Keali‘i Torco stepped up to the plate and helped to purchase Big Green
New lab facilities at UH Mānoa’s Lyon Arboretum will help expand efforts to store, propagate and eventually restore many of Hawai‘i’s endangered native plant species
UH-Maui College is giving talented entrepreneurs the means and mentoring to create new products with the Maui Accelerator Program.
Dorvin Leis believed in supporting the communities in which you live and work. Read about this remarkable entrepreneur and philanthropist who changed Hawai‘i for the better.
Exciting updates from GoFarm Hawaiʻi, a UH program growing something extremely vital for Hawaiʻi — commercial farmers.
‘Ulu‘ulu is rescuing the precious memories captured of our state’s history on film and tape from certain deterioration and obsolescence.
"Our son visited the Library Learning Commons last January. He told me, ‘It’s a beautiful building Mom, but there are many empty shelves.’” —Angela Meixell
The Hau‘oli Mau Loa Foundation’s support of Lyon Arboretum will enhance the critical rescue and recovery work they do to save the rarest of Hawai‘i’s native plants.
UH Mānoa’s Department of Music unveiled its renovated buildings and auditorium in 2009, thanks to a $1.3 million repair and maintenance project.
Philanthropist and UH supporter Joanna Lau Sullivan pledged $3 million to the UH Cancer Center to help build, furnish and maintain its state-of-the-art research building.
The Honolulu Community College Music & Entertainment Learning Experience (MELE) program offers students access to a state-of-the-art recording studio.
The dream of the Clarence T. C. Ching Athletics Complex at UH Mānoa became a reality in 2014 thanks to a $5 million gift and a public-private partnership.
The UH Hilo College of Pharmacy will build additional teaching and research facilities thanks to a $1 million gift from the J.M. Long Foundation.
The UH Translational Health Science Simulation Center is the only facility of its kind in Hawaiʻi that provides real-life health care scenarios for students.
Students from Hawai‘i and around the world will soon be able to acquire a world-class advanced culinary education at the Culinary Institute of the Pacific at Diamond Head.