Nāulu Culture, Engagement, and Well-Being
The Nāulu Center renovation was funded by a US Department of Education Title III ANNH grant. Its purpose is to help cultivate meaningful relationships across campus and the community, sustain a safe, inclusive and nourishing space to gather, socialize and participate in recreational activities, provide space, resources and opportunities for all on their paths to excellence, nurture the overall well-being of our community, and perpetuate cultural values, traditions and practices to strengthen sense of belonging and place. The center is made up of several important spaces that students, faculty, staff and community members are able to use and enjoy.
- Ho‘okipa Room (multipurpose area)
- Conference Room
- PIKO Project Offices
- Ho‘onanea Room (lounge area)
- Culinary Arts Lab
- Pueo Fitness Center
The Nāulu Center is currently managed and facilitated by the PIKO Project, Title III ANNH. For questions, space availability and reservations, contact Kimberly Reed at email@example.com.