University Tobacco Free Campuses and Facilities Policy
All University of Hawai'i campuses and properties are tobacco free. Hawai'i state law prohibits tobacco products – electronic cigarettes and vapes as well as cigarettes, cigars, pipes and all forms of smoking and chewing tobacco – on all University of Hawai'i campuses and properties including what may have been previously designated smoking areas. View the Smoke Free Campus Law.
DKICP Hale Kiho'iho'i Rooms Policy
The first floor of Hale Kiho'iho'i has two distance learning enabled lecture halls as well as a Student Community Center with an open lobby, student lounge and six breakout rooms for interactive group studying.
- Students may study in the Student Community Center which is open from 7:30am-5:00pm (6am-midnight with SALTO keycard access) Monday – Friday as well as 7am-midnight (with SALTO keycard access) on weekends and holidays during the semester.
- All students must clean up after themselves, throw trash in proper receptacles, and clean up spills appropriately.
- Do not attempt to move or reposition desks. Desks in the breakout rooms and lecture halls have special wiring and programming.
- Students should occupy their respective rooms as indicated below. If you are looking for a room, and a room assigned to a class different from yours is unoccupied, you may use the room. However, if a member from the class to whom the room is assigned arrives please either vacate the room or ask permission to stay.
- Rooms are assigned to each class as follows:
- P3 & PhD Students: Rooms 108 & 109
- P2 & PhD Students: Rooms 120 & 121
- P1 & PhD Students: Rooms 122 & 123
- Rooms are assigned to each class as follows:
- All University of Hawai‘i campuses and properties are tobacco free. Hawai‘i state law prohibits tobacco products – electronic cigarettes and vapes as well as cigarettes, cigars, pipes and all forms of smoking and chewing tobacco – on all University of Hawai‘i campuses and properties.
- Students are required to be professional and exhibit behavior which is appropriate for an academic study environment. Any activities which take place in the break out rooms which are deemed unprofessional and inappropriate, including academic dishonesty, will result in the removal of after-hours SALTO Keycard access and room reservation privileges. Please maintain a safe and appropriate study environment for yourself and all of your classmates.
- Students are expected to report any infraction of this policy and they may use any one of the following channels: Inform their Class Liaisons, inform the Office of Student Services or inform the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. All reports will be kept confidential.
Breakout Room Reservations (Google Calendar Reservations)
- Breakout Rooms can be reserved for student organization meetings, faculty meetings, special events and other college-related activities (see additional policies and procedures below for after hours usage). These reservations will supersede study hours. Please note: reservations by students for study or group projects will not be accepted since breakout rooms when not reserved are already designated for studying.
- Each student organization President and other designated members will have access to the “1st Floor Reservations and Student Events” Google Calendar - Only breakout room events entered into this calendar will constitute the room as being “reserved.” Lecture halls events should be entered into this calendar as well, however, lecture halls are not considered “reserved” unless a reservation request has been made with and confirmed by the Office of Student Services (see Lecture Hall Reservations below).
- Always keep your student organization faculty advisor in the loop of your activities including on-campus meetings so they are aware.
- Double check breakout room availability on the google calendar (see additional policies and procedures below for after hours usage).
- Use this template for your event title: Room: Event Name (First Initial. Last Name) eg. 109: Student Services Meeting (T.Niimi)
- IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
- Do not create multiple TBD events out of courtesy for others.
- For events that get canceled or rescheduled, please remember to delete the original event on the Google Calendar.
- Do not delete or change any existing room reservations. If you accidentally do, please contact the Office of Student Services. We may be able to help undo the change.
- Do not change the “color” of individual events as it will change the color of that event on everyone’s calendar. Use your calendar settings to select an overall calendar color for your personal view.
- Make sure you are selecting and inputting your event into the correct google calendar (not your personal calendar).
- Make sure not to accidentally add personal events/appointments to the room reservation calendars or everyone will be able to see what you are up to!
Lecture Hall Reservations
Lecture Halls can be reserved for student organization meetings, faculty meetings, special events and other college-related activities. Please note: reservations by students for study or group projects will not be accepted unless reserving lecture halls to host a study hall that is open to the entire student body.
- The Student Community Center and breakout rooms should be the first choice for reservations unless having a large event that requires a lecture hall.
- Lecture Halls can be reserved by emailing requests to the designated office of student services staff member or firstname.lastname@example.org at least 24 hours in advance. Once a lecture hall reservation is confirmed, enter the event info into the “1st Floor Reservations and Student Events” Google Calendar. Unlike Google Calendar events for breakout rooms, Google calendar events for lecture halls ARE NOT reservations on their own. The Office of Student Services maintains a separate reservation system for the Lecture Halls.
- Lecture Hall reservations must end at least 10 minutes before the start of any scheduled class or before 12midnight (see additional policies and procedures below for after hours usage).
- Only basic operation of the AV system (display computer through projector) is allowed. The computers in LHA/LHB, 109, 120, 248 and 249 have a local student acct that can be used to present or use the AV system and there is no password associated with it. Do not attempt to control parts of the AV system you are not familiar with. Requests for advanced operation of the AV system (Zoom connection, AV routing, etc.) must be made with the DKICP IT Department as far in advance as possible. Not all requests may be fulfilled.
After Hours Usage (outside of 7:30am-5:00pm Monday through Friday)
- For your safety and the safety of other students, do not use objects to keep locked doors propped open and do not let anyone into the building unless they are a DKICP student AND you know them personally. Do not let anyone in the building even if they say they are a DKICP student but you are not familiar with them. Students, friends, or relatives who are not from the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy are NOT permitted to use these facilities.
- Students should wear their DKICP name badge when studying after hours for identification.
- Students who are studying in the DKICP breakout rooms past business hours are encouraged to call Campus Security at 974-7911 should any security issues arise.
For Reservations After hours:
IMPORTANT: Events and meetings held after hours have additional safety and liability considerations. As much as possible, meetings and events should be scheduled during regular business hours, Monday through Friday.
- Reservations and activities should conclude before 10pm. Reservations and activity requests that go past 10pm will be considered on a case by case basis.
- Lecture Hall After-hours Reservations:
- Reserve Lecture Hall
- SALTO Keys must be signed out from the Office of Student Services during business hours before an after-hours reservation and returned the following business day with a completed closeout checklist.
- Notify campus security of the after-hours event prior to the start of the event by calling (808) 974-7911 so they are aware.
- IT/AV support is not available after hours. Only basic operation of the AV system (display computer through projector) is allowed. Do not attempt to control parts of the AV system you are not familiar with. Desktop mics must not be moved or turned on.
DKICP Hale Kiho'iho'i Lecture Halls – After Hours Closeout Checklist
The student/student organization signing out the Lecture Hall SALTO Key is responsible for ensuring all closeout items on this checklist are fulfilled BEFORE leaving.
- Campus security was notified of the after hours event before the start time.
- AV system is shutdown with projector turned off.
- All desktop microphones are off.
- Desks, chairs and surrounding areas are clean and ready for class.
- No trash or personal belongings are left behind.
- Sliding glass doors at rear of lecture hall are shut and locked.
- Do not open sliding doors. They should always remain closed and locked.
- Turn off lecture hall lights.
- Front and rear exit doors are shut and locked (please double check).
LECTURE HALL (circle one): A B
DATE OF RESERVATION: _________________________
STUDENT ORGANIZATION: ______________________________________________________________
NAME (PRINT): ________________________________ SIGNATURE: ____________________________
Completed closeout checklist and SALTO key need to be returned to DKICP Office of Student Services by the business day following the event.
Printers, Fax, and Copy Machines
Information for printing, scanning, and copying on the main campus may be found on the Edwin H. Mookini Library webpage.
The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy does not have a fax service for students. DKICP staff cannot send faxes for students on their machines.
DKICP provides three copy machines/printers/scanners for student use in the Hale Kiho‘iho‘i Student Community Center. These are available from 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Friday, except during school breaks and holidays. Students must provide their own paper for printing and flash drive for scanning. Students are allotted a certain number of prints and copies per semester; please check with the Office of Student Services for specific information.
Students must log-in to use the machines with their UH ID number. Further instructions on use of the machines and their features are provided on-site and in email correspondence from the DKICP Office of Student Services. For assistance with the machines, please contact OSS staff.
Use of these devices is a privilege, not a right, and any misuse or damage will result in disciplinary action. Please treat the machines as if they were your own and remember that they are to be shared by all students.
Lost and Found
The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy, Office of Student Services, 932-7700 Items not picked up prior to the end of the semester are donated.
View the Lost and Found information.
School Property Damage
No student shall willfully or maliciously damage or destroy College/University property or property on the campus which belongs to any student, employee, or visitor of the College/University. Furthermore, this prohibition applies to off-campus sites while students are participating in academic learning experiences, including, but not limited to externships, experiential rotations, and observations. Students are obligated to pay for all property damage caused by improper use.