Hilo University is great in many ways. The compound is neat and the campus area are mostly being care by garderners and workers. The teacher and councelor are really helping in helping registered for my course. The financial aid and business office are really fast in processing their works. The cafe on the other hand have expensive food. The book store even sell book the make up to $100- $200 dollars.
It is in Hawaii so very diverse people and culture all around, not to mention beautiful landscape that is also diverse.
The mixture of the educational processes and cultural diversity give you a up-ward movement for students that will last a life time.
Humid, Rainy, Green and laid back.
University of Hawaii at Hilo is a great college, having everything from diversity in race to education and friendly people who become friends for life.
Easy, breezy laid back way to learn.
Students are not the number one priority for the majority of the campus, but if you are majoring in marine science it is an amazing school with unique and outstanding hands on experiences.
Beautiful location, scenic, quiet places to study, good atmosphere.
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