*Ticket, Information and ID Office: UH Identification (ID) cards and Bus Passes are sold here *Classrooms, ballroom, lounge area *University Bookstore *Food Courtand other food vendors *Jamba Juice and Starbucks *Farmer’s Market (on Tuesdays and Fridays) *ATM machines
At Hemenway Hall:
*Ba-le Restaurant *American Savings Bank *Classrooms
Student Identification (ID) Card Students may wish to purchase a UH-NICE student ID card for $10. The ID card is not required. You will need it to use the Warrior Recreation Center and the Student Health Center. It can also be used to get local discounts at some tourist destinations.
To get the ID card, go to the Campus Center Information Office. Show them a picture identification (such as your passport). Tell them that you are a NICE Program student. They will check that your name is on the NICE Program list.
Bus Passes *The Bus websitehas updated ticket information *About $70.00 a month. *No discount or UPASS for NICE students.
Warrior Recreation Center (The Gym) You are welcome to use the Warrior Recreation Center(the gym); also, when they are not being used for UH classes, NICE students the swimming pool, tennis courts, and track are available.
To use the gym, you must first purchase a UH ID card; then, sign up and pay at the Information Desk or at the Warrior Recreation Center.
*You can pay by the day ($5), the week ($10), or the month ($25). You should bring your own workout towel.
*The gym has free lockers, so bring a lock if you need one, or they can provide you with a free one to use.
Hamilton and Sinclair Libraries NICE students are welcome to use the UH libraries.
*To log into the library computers, please use the wireless password and user name provided by the NICE Office.
*You do not need an ID card to enter the libraries to read, study, or do research.
University Health Services At the University Health Services, doctors and nurses can help students with common health problems, health information, or refer you to specialists in Honolulu. NICE students might be able to use their medical insurance for office visits.
You will need to show your UH ID card and your medical insurance card. If your insurance company is not on their approved list, you may have to pay the total cost, and then send the bill to your health insurance company yourself.
More information about the University Health Services is available at the NICE office. The NICE Office can also refer you to bilingual doctors in Honolulu.
Counseling and Student Development Center UH counselors are available at the Center to talk with NICE program students who are feeling sad or depressed, having trouble with a relationship, or feel the need to talk with someone about another kind of problem.
Parking on Campus NICE students must pay every day for parking in Zone 20. It is free to park bicycles, but they must be parked in designated areas only. The Parking Office can provide further information.
Safety Student safety is our number one concern. You will receive a detailed safety briefing during the first week of class. The University of Hawaii Department of Public Safety can provide further information.
Smoking UH is a smoke-free university. It has a strict, no-smoking policy. You can not smoke cigarettes, e-cigarettes or use any kind of tobacco product anywhere on campus.
Sexual Harassment The University of Hawaii at Manoa has a zero-tolerance policy regarding sexual harassment. The Office of Title IX is there to help.
You will receive a detailed briefing on sexual harassment during your first week of class. If someone is bothering you, please notify your teacher or the NICE Office immediately.