EWC Housing

The Center has two housing facilities for its student scholarship recipients — Hale Manoa and Hale Kuahine. In addition, housing in these residence halls is available to students with no formal affiliation with the East-West Center, e.g., University of Hawaii graduate students as space permits. The Special Housing program accommodates graduate students whose academic work is related to the East-West Center mission of promoting better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific.

Students applying for an East-West Center scholarship or program should disregard the Rate and Summary, Housing Application/Contract and Housing Statement sections.


Student housing
(website)
Provides information on the check-in and check-out procedures, housekeeping services and other details on housing.

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Hale Manoa

Hale Manoa (Website)
Hale Manoa generally houses the Center’s long-term degree-seeking students and other participants. Hale Manoa is a 13-story dormitory serviced by two elevators. Certain floors or units are designated for male only or female only room assignments. Other areas are for coeducational living where married couples are accommodated in double rooms.

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Hale Kuahine

Hale Kuahine (Website)
Hale Kuahine is a four-floor dormitory with no elevator. Physical arrangements are similar to Hale Manoa single and double rooms.

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Lincoln Hall

Lincoln Hall (Website)
Lincoln Hall is a four-story building serviced by one elevator. Lincoln Hall houses visiting scholars and short-term conference participants. All apartments have cable TV, telephone service, broadband internet connectivity and private bathroom/toilet facilities. A limited number of apartments with kitchens are also available.

Room Furnishings and Services

Rooms contain a desk, dresser, chair, bed, study lamp, telephone, fan, clock radio, bookshelf and closet space. Linen and bedding (including pillow, blanket, bedspread, two sheets, and a pillow slip) are provided. You may want to bring a towel with you from home or purchase a set from local stores or the housing office. A towel set is available for purchase in the dormitories and includes a bath towel, washcloth, and small bar of soap. Each residence hall has a reception desk with services such as checking persons in and out of rooms, taking messages, providing change for laundry and vending machines, issuing spare keys, maintaining security and providing general information.