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December 17, 2013
  • Re-engineer a Sustainable Future

UH Mānoa College of Engineering

Educating engineers for the 21st century

Since opening its doors, the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa has graduated more than 10,000 engineers. Today, the College of Engineering enrolls 900 undergraduate and 200 graduate students and offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees in civil and environmental, electrical and mechanical engineering as well as a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering.

With programs ranging from the Undergraduate Research Experiences Program, which promotes research writing and presentation skills, to the Eō (Engineering ‘Ohana) Residential Learning Program, a designated dorm for freshmen engineers that provides special programming and networking opportunities, and the High School Internship and Native Hawaiian Science and Engineering Mentorship Programs, the college is working to recruit, retain and train students to reach their full potential and launch successful careers in engineering.

Help students engineer bright futures

With private support, we can help more promising, aspiring engineers access the quality education they need to succeed, both in school and in the workforce. Donors’ support funds excellence in our programs and faculty, and helps us educate innovative engineers for the 21st century.

Questions? / More Information

If you would like to learn how you can support UH students and programs like this, please contact us at 808-956-8700 or send us a message.