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.


  • May08

    Service Learning: Kākoʻo ʻŌiwi

    ** 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.**

    Clearing invasive vegetation or building ʻauwai for new loʻi kalo, weeding and maintaining existing loʻi kalo, and other activities site-based learning activities. Register at.


  • May10

    Mokihanaʻs Mondays

    Mokihana says "ōlelo Kakou!" Hawaiian culture Mokihana style.
    Watch for her "ōlelo challenge to win on @naulucenter Instagram, Facebook & YouTube.

  • May11

    Tips for Student Success with Caton

    Caton Liang shares another helpful tip for UHWO Pueoʻs student success on Nāulu Center Instagram, Facebook, Youtube and Twitter. @naulucenter. Take it from someone who knows his stuff! Check it out! https://www.instagram.com/naulucenter/?hl=en

  • May12

    Aloha Message from Aunty Max

    Aunty Max says "Aloha Mai" this week bring a special message for the UH West Oʻahu community. She shares a little bit of something special from her manaʻo and heart. Watch for it on Nāulu Center Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. @naulucenter


Nāulu Center Art and Mo'olelo

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