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University of Hawaii campuses rank high in diversity, success

Three University of Hawaii campuses received high scores for diversity, value and academic success in US News and World Report 2023 Best Colleges rankings, Maui Now reports.

The report was released on September 11. UH Mānoa, UH Hilo and UH West Oʻahu were all mentioned in the rankings.

“These latest rankings confirm what we’ve heard from many, many others. The University of Hawaiʻi is a fabulous institution and across our campuses, we have a place for everyone,” UH President David Lassner said in a press release.

UH Mānoa ranked no. 83 as a public university and no. 166 overall. UH Hilo ranked no. 56 as a public university and no. 146 overall. UH West Oʻahu raned no. 11 among US public colleges in the West.

According to a press release from the University of Hawaii system, UH Hilo kept its no. 1 ranking as the most ethnically diverse campus. The school is 15.4% Asian, 8.3% Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander, 19.4% white, and 35.8% of two or more races.

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