Manoa, HAWAII - With a dip in enrollment over the past few years, UH Manoa is pushing to get more students registered for classes.

The university is holding Manoa Experience Day Saturday morning at the Campus Center Courtyard.

The event gives the community and students who are considering college a chance to tour campus, talk to students about their college experience and learn about more than 180 academic programs.

"Nationally, there is a decreasing trend in enrollment. However, that's why we have the Manoa Experience. We recruit all around the world and show students what a great place and a world class education we have here at UH Manoa," Ryan Yamaguchi, UH Admissions said.  

The Manoa Experience runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

It's free and open to the public.