Campus Policies and Resources

UH Hilo Policies that Pertain to Student Rights and Responsibilities

The following policies may be found on the [Division of Student Affairs] webpage (

  • Academic Complaint Policy
  • Alcohol and Drugs
  • Animals on Campus
  • Computer Use
  • Crime Awareness and Campus Security
  • Disabilities
  • Discrimination
  • Facilities Use and Practices and Procedures
  • Financial Aid Appeal Procedures
  • Free Expression on the UH Hilo Campus
  • Graduation
  • Housing
  • Missing Student Notification Policy and Procedures
  • Records
    • FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
  • Residency
  • Sexual Assault
  • Student Conduct Code
  • Student Employment Grievances
  • Substance Abuse
  • UH Systemwide Student Association
  • Workplace Non-Violence

UH Hilo Student Conduct Code

View the complete UH Hilo Student Conduct Code.

To report an alleged violation of the student conduct code, please submit an Incident Report from a address or submit a signed report in writing to the Student Conduct Administrator (SCA). The SCA at UH Hilo is the Interim Dean of Students, Timothy Moore, who can be reached via email at or by phone (808) 932-7610.

The DKICP ADAA is notified of incidents of DKICP student misconduct by the UH Hilo DSC. Records of student misconduct are retained within the UH Hilo Division of Student Affairs.

Emergency Procedures

Whether you are living at home, off-campus or in on-campus residence halls, you should always be prepared for the variety of emergencies that could arise. The Big Island has had wind storms, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, and lava flows. It is wise to plan for and be familiar with emergency measures for each.

View the UH Hilo Emergency Operations Plan for the following situations:

  • Fire
  • Earthquake
  • Severe Wind Storm
  • Hurricane
  • Tsunami or Flood
  • Volcanic Eruption
  • Hazardous Material Incident
  • Major Utility Outage
  • Explosion or Threat of Explosion
  • Bomb Threat
  • Bioterrorist Threat
  • Workplace Violence
  • Shooting Incidents
  • Civil Disturbance/Labor Strikes
  • War

DKICP Library Services

DKICP students have access to specialized resources supporting curriculum and research needs. Online access to various Pharmacy and clinical information databases, electronic reserve materials and related resources support the students, faculty and staff. Many of the available e-texts are required textbooks. Students receive hands-on training and instruction in the use of Pharmacy and Health Sciences databases. The option to download data-based programs like Micromedex, and DynamedPlus and Sanford Guide to hand-held PDAs and apps for smartphones is available. Links to these resources can be found at the DKICP Pharmacy Educational Resource Guide. Navigate from either the library homepage or DKICP homepage.

Students are encouraged to visit or contact the Pharmacy & Health Sciences Information Resources Coordinator, Donna Ohora, to make individual or group appointments for assistance and research sessions.

Donna Ohora, MLIS, AHIP

Information Technology Office

Policies and guidelines have been developed to protect the integrity of University of Hawaiʻi information technology resources and to ensure equitable access by the University community. Please visit the DKICP Current Students webpage for a list of technology use policies and practices.

Campus Mail

The use of the campus mailing address is for business purposes only. All personal mail should be sent to your home address. Student organizations wishing to receive packages for programs may arrange to send these to: “Name of Organization” c/o UHH College of Pharmacy 200 W. Kawili St. Hilo, HI 96720

Campus Resources