University Hawaii The Mānoa campus prepares for 2022 oh Football season that Rainbow Warriors home matches will be played on the lower campus of the Clarence TC Ching Athletics Complex. While hosting football matches brings a new level of excitement and energy to campus life, due to the expected heavy traffic and limited parking, students, faculty and staff are advised to avoid campus on game days, if they do not attend the match.
7 Saturday home matches scheduled for the 2022 football season:
- August 27 – Vanderbilt (4:30 p.m., kick-off)
- September 3 – Western Kentucky (6 pm)
- Sept 17 (Homecoming) – Duquesne (6pm)
- October 15 – Nevada (6 p.m.)
- October 29 – Wyoming (6 pm)
- November 12, Utah (6 p.m.)
- November 19UNLV (6 pm departure)
Parking on play days
- Area 20 . parking structure: The parking structure in District 20 will be limited to those who purchase a Football Parking Card only. Normal oh Parking permits will not be valid. Beginning at midnight on the night before match days, the parking building will be closed. All permit holders who park at the District 20 parking building next to the Ching Athletics Complex will be required to move their vehicles by 9am on match day.
- Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4 (excluding agricultural sciences), intermediate and higher 9, 12, 13, 17, 18 and 19: These areas will be limited to football parking, and all permit holders are required to move their vehicles by 9am on match day. Normal oh Parking permits will not be valid.
- Zones 4 (via Agricultural Sciences) and 5: everybody oh Mānoa parking permits will be honored in District 4 – Agricultural Sciences and District 5 – Biomedical Sciences Building on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Zone 7 and the lower part of Zone 9Residents with District 20 permits may park in the Hawaiinuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge School car park (Zone 7) and the NOAA parking lot opposite Frear Hall (lower part of District 9) on a first-come-first-served basis.
- All green visitor booths Use of football stands is only limited from 9am on match day.
- Zones 8, 21, 22 and 25: no changes.
Campus map with different parking areas
oh Mānoa Campus Services works directly with several departments to meet car parking needs on a case-by-case basis. For any questions or concerns, members of the campus community should contact Commuter Services at [email protected]. Campus community members are asked to monitor hawaii.edu emails, official oh Mānoa accounts on social media and major media for updates.