Welina Mai!

Nāulu Center

The Nāulu Center design and development was founded upon Hawai’i Papa O Ke Ao goals. Some of its goals include creating a native Hawaiian place to develop activities and programs that build and sustain a community of learners. It strives to sustain a safe, inclusive and nourishing space founded on Hawaiian cultural values where students can gather, socialize, and participate in activities. It provides space, resources, and holistic opportunities for students on their paths to excellence. It nurtures the overall wellbeing of our students, campus, and community. The Nāulu Center team collaborates efforts to enrich the experiences of the entire student and staff community at UH West Oʻahu.


  • Nov27

    Game Night

    Game Night

    Play video games with us on Thursday evenings-- we announce the game of the week on Mondays on our IG (@uhwosports).

    4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Zoom Meeting ID: 948 4179 5815
    Password: hootiehoo OR Waiting Room

  • Nov27

    Service Learning: Hui Hawaiʻi Kaha Native Garden

    ** COVID19 has affected a lot of community organizations and service learning opportunities. Please double check websites and reservations prior to attending a service learning opportunity.**
    Kaha Garden is a native xeriscape garden located in urban Kailua and maintained solely by community volunteers.  Volunteers at Kaha Garden are taught to identify the native plants, learn their growing patterns, how to properly propagate and where to plant different species to maximize their ecological benefits. RSVP to Volunteer@huihawaii.org or 277-5611 for event location and details


Nāulu Center Art and Mo'olelo

The spirit of Nāulu Center and the history of its inception and growth.