The University of Hawaii Board of Regents has clarified its presidential selection process to make its top three finalists public.
The university says those candidates will be invited to visit campuses and have conversations with various groups and the general public as extensively as is feasible.
Review of applications and nominations began on March 12 and will continue until the position is filled. For best consideration, the university says applications should be submitted by March 26.
The Presidential Selection Committee will then forward a list of five to six candidates to the full board, from which three finalists will be selected.
No deadline has been set for the committee to submit its list.