All new and incoming University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa students, faculty and staff receive an identification card, known as the "Mānoa One Card." Having the card provides students with access to certain university privileges and benefits depending on their enrollment status. Some stores and restaurants also give discounts if students show a form of college ID such as the Mānoa One Card.
How to get your card
All students will obtain their Mānoa One Card at the Campus Center Ticket, Information and ID Office after they have registered for classes at the university and established a UH email account. For most students, they will do this during new student orientation. Students must clear any holds or financial obligations to use the ID card in its fullest capacity. The first card is free, while replacing a lost or damaged card costs $25.
One of the following forms of identification is required to be issued a Mānoa One Card:
A valid State-issued driver's license with photo.
A valid State-issued photo ID card
A valid passport with photo
A valid military ID card
Students who are enrolled in regular credits at the university and are degree seeking are qualified to receive a card and will be eligible for privileges associated with the account. Students who are not degree seeking and are taking non-credit classes, certification programs or non-regular programs will receive an ID card with an expiration date.
Using your card
Depending on the category and fees associated with your account, your Mānoa One Card may be used for the following:
Discounts on services at the Ticket, Information & ID Office include:
Athletic event tickets
Kennedy Theater Admission
Orvis Auditorium Admission
Discounts on Passport Photo, Fax and Lamination services
Campus Center Computer Lab
Discounts for Leisure Center Programs and Activities to include:
Equipment Rentals & Leisure Classes
Student event access privileges
Warrior Recreation Center
Use the Mānoa One Card for contactless Meal Plan and Dining Dollars transactions at Mānoa Dining Services locations. Visit the Mānoa Dining Services website for hours and locations: http://www.uhmdining.com/
Participation in UH Mānoa Intramural and Sports Programs to include:
Student Fitness Center access
Duke Kahanamoku Swimming Pool access
Klum Gym access
Tennis Courts access
Discounted tickets to athletic events
Hamilton and Sinclair Libraries
Study Room Reservations
Computer Lab Privileges
Wong Audio-Visual Center Privileges
Use of Moore Hall Language Labs
Unit Mastery Course Labs
Software Discounts at the Bookstore
Various off-campus merchant discounts
Office Hours and Location
Monday through Friday
8:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m.
Campus Center 212
Phone: (808) 956-7236