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Orientation is important for your success here at BYU-Hawaii. Yes, all new and transfer students should attend all events for a more wholesome and uplifting experience here at our University.

Orientation is important for your success here at BYU-Hawaii. Yes, all new and transfer students should attend all events for a more wholesome and uplifting experience here at our University.

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Orientation is important for your success here at BYU-Hawaii. Yes, all new and transfer students should attend all events for a more wholesome and uplifting experience here at our University.

Yes, Seasider in the Aloha Center and the Student Cafeteria. Call #675.3570.

15 minutes walking distance from campus.

1 hour away from campus on city bus #55 (Bus cost $2.50).

2 hours away from campus on city bus #55 or 1hr on personal vehicle.

Yes, 12:00 PM is curfew hours on campus during the week and weekends at 1:00 AM.

Visit your academic advisor. Call (808)675-3891.

Yes, there are 2 located in the Aloha Center.

The Community has 2 Banks: “American Savings Bank,” and “Bank of Hawaii.” They are both located in the Local shopping village 10min. walking distance from campus.

Yes, but you may also purchase bed linens from the housing office if you do not have any.

The Community has 2 Banks: “American Savings Bank,” and “Bank of Hawaii.” They are both located in the Local shopping village.

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