The University of Hawaii is one of the state's top destinations for higher learning. Known for its beautiful campus and excellent academics, there's plenty to do in this tropical paradise.
If you're interested in studying a specific subject, look no further than UH. Students can choose from over 200 different majors and minors, including art history, marine biology and geography.
If you're thinking about attending school here but aren't sure if it's right for you just yet (or are worried about how much it will cost), there are many ways to get answers! The admissions office is always happy to answer questions by phone or email—and their website has detailed information on everything from housing options to financial aid opportunities. Their team also offers tours so that prospective students can see what life on campus looks like.
For those who want an apartment close enough that they could walk home after class but far enough away not to hear their neighbors' late-night parties (or early morning arguments), consider looking in downtown Honolulu near School Street or Nuuanu Avenue instead! These areas have lots of affordable apartments within walking distance from all kinds of places: downtown grocery stores like Whole Foods Market and Safeway; favorite restaurants like Yummy Crummy Chicken Shack; other local businesses like Starbucks Coffee Company; even movie theaters where students go when they want something more entertaining.
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