These FAQs are only for current law students.
Registration for Spring 2014 continuing law students begins on Monday, November 25, 2013. Continuing law students who have earned 42 or more credits while enrolled as a law student will be eligible to begin registration at 8:00AM (HST). Registration for all other law students (including LLM students) will begin at 9:00AM (HST). Registration (add/drop) continues until the tuition payment deadline of December 13, 2013 at 4:00PM (HST).
All myUH registration activity for continuing students (adds/drops) will temporarily end on December 13, 2013 at 4:00PM (HST).
Registration for 2014 J-Term courses will begin at the same time as registration for all Spring 2014 law courses on November 25, 2013. Continuing law students who have earned 42 or more credits while enrolled as a law student will be eligible to begin registration at 8:00AM (HST). Registration for all other law students (including LLM students) will begin at 9:00AM (HST). Registration (add/drop) continues until the tuition payment deadline of December 13, 2013 at 4:00PM (HST).
All myUH registration activity for continuing students (adds/drops) will temporarily end December 13, 2013 at 4:00PM (HST).
Students can drop Law classes online via myUH from January 6, 2014 and continuing until January 21, 2014 at 4:00PM (HST).
Students can add Law classes and change grading options for Law classes online via myUH from January 6, 2014 and continuing until January 22, 2014 at 4:00PM (HST).
Registration for law classes is done through myUH.
In order to register, you will need a UH username. If you don’t have a UH Username or forgot your password, visit the Check Status of UH User Name page.
The most current course and exam schedule can be found on the Students page.
The CRNs can be found on "HOKU" located on the Students page.
Yes. Registration for Directed Studies (LAW 576) and Pacific/Asia Externships (LAW 555P) require additional paperwork and prior approval. For Directed Studies, you must first complete the Directed Study Pre-Approval Form. Upon approval, then complete and return the Directed Study Faculty Approval Form (requires professor’s signature) and an Add Form to the Registrar. For the Pacific/Asia Externships, you must obtain approval from the Externship Director prior to registration. For Legal Practice II, students will be assigned a section and the Registrar will update each student's registration record.
With professor approval, law students may audit some law courses. Students must complete an Audit Approval Form (requires professor’s signature). Return the completed approval form to the Law School Student Services Office. If the course is not already on your semester course schedule, you will also need to complete an Add Form.
Tuition for continuing students is due on December 13, 2013 by 4:00PM (HST).
Information regarding tuition payment procedures can be found at this myUH page.
Payment must be RECEIVED or you must sign up for the PAYMENT PLAN by this date, otherwise your registration MAY be cancelled. If your registration is cancelled, you will have to register again during the January 6 to 12, 2014 registration period. Financial aid recipients are to follow financial aid award instructions.
Registration for limited enrollment and clinical law classes is done through myUH. Space is limited and registration is first come, first served. For more information about waiting lists, please visit the UH Manoa registration waitlist FAQ page.
Students that register for a clinical course must attend the first class meeting or obtain permission from the professor to be excused from class. Any students who fail to attend will be administratively dropped from the course.
Visit the Mānoa Registration Errors information page to find out more information about why you are receiving an error message. Contact Law School Registrar Piyada Nonzee for more information/assistance if you receive an error message requiring an override code.
Reserving a parking permit for Spring 2014 is done through myUH. After you have completed the registration process for at least one class for Spring 2014, you can click the link to the Parking Office website to reserve a parking permit. Make sure that you select Mānoa as your campus and that you choose the correct parking zone. Please note that the parking structure is Zone 20.
Past experience has taught us that there are often technical glitches with the online parking reservation system when registration officially starts on the first day of registration. Because continuing law students and other graduate students have first priority on the Mānoa campus for reserving a parking permit, please be patient if the system gives you problems. As long as you complete the parking permit reservation process on the first day of registration, there will still be permits available.