The University of Hawaii comprises three university and seven college campuses scattered across the Hawaiian Islands. Taken together, these ten campuses offer a very wide selection of programs and research opportunities to 18,000 students. A full slate of undergraduate and graduate degrees is available. The central campus is in a suburban area of Honolulu. The campus is noted for its diverse population, first-class facilities, and Division I athletics. One hundred and forty-two countries and regions are represented in the student population of UH. The USA National Science Foundation includes UH in its Top 50 public universities for research expenditure. Hawaii’s unique flora, fauna, geography, and location have given the university land, sea, and space grants for its research projects. Sample strong research areas include oceanography, astronomy, Pacific Islands and Asian area studies, cancer research, genetics, and linguistics. All photos were taken on the Honolulu campus.
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