Ohana Overview Ohanais a pre-orientation retreat and excursion for multicultural first-year students. The 2014 Ohana is scheduled for Tuesday, August 19 through Thursday, August 21, 2014. The application link for this program can be found below in addition to this year's 2014 schedule.
Ohana is a Hawai’ian word for family and at the University of Portland, creating family and community is an important part of our mission. Ohana focuses on the transitional needs of multicultural students. Led by current University of Portland students and past Ohana participants, the Ohana experience is a time to establish new friendships, learn about University of Portland and the Portland area, discover academic and cultural resources, and relax at a spectacular camp setting. Come join us for Ohana!
Ohana Registration for 2014 Ohana registration is currently *full.* If you would like to be put on the wait list, please contact Bethany Sills at firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Wait list" in the subject line. Please include student's full name and e-mail. We will contact you if a spot opens. Cost Please note there is a cost for the Ohana program. The fee to participate is $100 per student, which includes the entire program.
Schedule Please visit the Ohana 2014 Schedule for an overview of this pre-orientation experience.
For additional information, please contact Bethany Sills, Assistant Director of Student Activities and Multicultural Programs Coordinator, in the Office of Student Activities at (503) 943-7470.