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In compliance with federal regulations, the University of Hawai?i at Mānoa is required to provide the following Consumer Information and Student’s Right to Know to all enrolled students annually.

A brief description of the information that must be disclosed, where to find the information online, and contact information for the responsible department is provided below.

If you have questions or would like to request a paper copy of any materials, please call or e-mail the appropriate office or visit the indicated websites.

Graduation and Persistence Rates

  • Undergraduate Degree Programs?Fall 2011 Cohort This information is provided for the Student Right-to-Know Act, Public Law 101-542
  • Advanced Degree Programs (see below)
Graduate Students Enrolled from Fall 2012 to Summer 2017
Degree Enrolled Graduated Retained Dropped out Persistence Rate Graduation Rate Retention Rate Drop-out Rate
DARCH 129 67 41 21 83.7% 51.9% 31.8% 16.3%
DNP 101 25 58 18 82.2% 24.8% 57.4% 17.8%
DRPH 35 19 13 3 91.4% 54.3% 37.1% 8.6%
EdD 84 49 30 5 94.0% 58.3% 35.7% 6.0%
MA 1436 940 231 265 81.5% 65.5% 16.1% 18.5%
MAcc 223 136 26 61 72.6% 61.0% 11.7% 27.4%
MBA 1156 712 139 305 73.6% 61.6% 12.0% 26.4%
MEd 1278 783 211 284 77.8% 61.3% 16.5% 22.2%
MEdT 272 189 54 29 89.3% 69.5% 19.9% 10.7%
MFA 117 77 25 15 87.2% 65.8% 21.4% 12.8%
MGEO 9 5 2 2 77.8% 55.6% 22.2% 22.2%
MHRM 243 166 3 74 69.5% 68.3% 1.2% 30.5%
MLISc 230 161 30 39 83.0% 70.0% 13.0% 17.0%
MMUS 40 31 4 5 87.5% 77.5% 10.0% 12.5%
MPA 149 118 21 10 93.3% 79.2% 14.1% 6.7%
MPH 189 143 29 17 91.0% 75.7% 15.3% 9.0%
MS 2109 1392 336 381 81.9% 66.0% 15.9% 18.1%
MSW 646 495 88 63 90.2% 76.6% 13.6% 9.8%
MURP 154 99 30 25 83.8% 64.3% 19.5% 16.2%
PHD 2834 1106 1140 588 79.3% 39.0% 40.2% 20.7%
Grand Total 11434 6713 2511 2210 80.7% 58.7% 22.0% 19.3%

Key

DARCH = Doctor of Architecture
DNP = Doctor of Nursing Practice
DRPH = Doctor of Public Health
EdD = Doctor of Education
MA = Master of Arts
MAcc = Master of Accounting
MPH = Master of Public Health
MBA = Master of Business Administration
MEd = Master of Education
MEdT = Master of Education in Teaching
MFA = Master of Fine Arts
MGEO = Master of Geoscience for Professionals
MHRM = Master of Human Resources Management
MLISc = Master of Library Science
MMus = Master of Music
MPA = Master of Public Administration
MS = Master of Science
MSW = Master of Social Work
MURP = Master of Urban & Regional Planning
PHD = Doctor of Philosophy

Professional Schools

William S. Richardson School of Law

2016 Report – Graduation and Persistence Rates

John A. Burns School of Medicine
2014–2015 Academic Year
Degree Enrolled Graduated Still Enrolled Withdrawn % Graduated % Withdrawn
MA 268 66 202 4 25% .01%
2015–2016 Academic Year
Degree Enrolled Graduated Still Enrolled Withdrawn % Graduated % Withdrawn
MA 269 64 205 3 24% .01%

Constitution Day

In accordance with federal law, UH Mānoa, as an educational institution receiving Federal funding, holds an educational program about the United States Constitution on or around September 17 of each year for its students.

Shopping Sheet for Military Students

The College Financing Plan (formerly the Financial Aid Shopping Sheet) is a consumer tool that participating institutions use to notify students about their financial aid package. It is a standardized form that is designed to simplify the information that prospective students receive about costs and financial aid so that they can easily compare institutions and make informed decisions about where to attend school.

Institutions that have agreed to comply with the Principles of Excellence (POE) in Executive Order 13607 (EO 13607) use the Shopping Sheet to provide the required personalized and standardized form with financial aid information for undergraduate and graduate service members, veterans, military spouses, and other military family members covered by EO 13607. The Shopping Sheet is provided to prospective students who are eligible to receive Federal military and veterans educational benefits. It must be provided to those respective students who have applied for Title IV aid using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Voter Registration

To register to vote in Hawaii, an individual must be:

  • A U.S. citizen
  • A resident of the State of Hawai?i
  • At least eighteen (18) years of age

For voter registration information or to register online, visit: https://olvr.hawaii.gov/. A current Hawai?i Driver’s License or State ID is required to complete an online application. Individuals may also submit a paper Voter Registration & Permanent Absentee Application by mail, or in person.

The State of Hawai?i (HB 2590) allows eligible voters to register and vote at an Early Walk-In voting location in their county, or on Election Day at the polling place determined by their residence address. For more information on Election Day Registration, please visit the State of Hawai?i Office of Elections webpage.

Contact: The Hawai?i State Office of Elections, Phone: (808) 453-VOTE (8683)

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