Aloha Tower Marketplace with Pioneer Plaza and Waterfront Plaza

Centralized Urban Campus

Hawai‘i Pacific University will soon be the largest private occupant of real estate in the heart of downtown Honolulu. Pursuant to its 2014 master plan to be a centralized urban campus, the University recently announced its plans to move into over 120,000 square feet of newly-leased space, creating a dynamic student experience. When completed, HPU will occupy over 350,000 square feet in downtown Honolulu.

The consolidation will provide HPU with the opportunity to expand on its plan to create new state-of-the-art facilities including over 30 classrooms that will promote active, personalized education, enriched distance learning and a one-stop student center for centralized convenience. Dedicated science and nursing labs will offer hands-on learning and first-class research space, and the new library will provide research, study and meeting spaces for both students and faculty.

 

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Hawaii Pacific University Announces New Facilities in Downtown Honolulu

Hawaii Pacific University Announces New Facilities in Downtown Honolulu

October 4, 2018

Hawaii Pacific University Announces New Facilities in Downtown Honolulu

OUR STUDENT-CENTRIC, URBAN-UNIVERSITY EXPERIENCE

Pioneer Plaza
  • College of Business, since 2016
  • College of Professional Studies, Summer 2019
  • Executive Offices, Summer 2019
PIONEER PLAZA
Aloha Tower Marketplace
  • Lofts at ATM student residences
  • Pier Nine by Sam Choy student and community dining hall
  • HPU eSports Arena
  • Learning Commons
  • Multipurpose Rooms
  • Admissions Welcome Center
  • Student Fitness Center
  • Barnes & Noble Bookstore
ALOHA TOWER
Waterfront Plaza
  • College of Liberal Arts, Summer 2019
  • College of Health and Society, Summer 2019
  • College of Natural and Computational Sciences, Summer 2020
  • Undergraduate and Graduate Library, Summer 2019
  • One-Stop Student Services, Summer 2019
WATERFRONT PLAZA

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