Community Policies and Building Rules

Executive Centre - What to Know and Bring

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Students electing to live at the Executive Centre apartments should make a strong commitment to care for the community in which they live. The cleanliness, beauty, and enjoyment of units will be enhanced if everyone has respect for the property, their fellow residents, and the staff (including HPU Housing & Residence Life staff, property management staff, Executive Centre staff). We ask that you speak up whenever you observe a thoughtless act, unsafe condition, or questionable person in the building to Executive Centre security staff and HPU Housing and Residence Life staff.


All EC Residents and their guests are expected to adhere to Hawai‘i Pacific University policies and procedures, all federal, state and local laws, along with the following Community Policies/House Rules issued by the Property Management staff. Failure to comply can result in the assessment of fines and other disciplinary steps, up to and including eviction and HPU Code of Student Conduct sanctions, all in accordance with applicable University policies and procedures and your Housing Agreement.


For your convenience, a summary of basic Executive Centre rules and regulations is provided in the Community Policies and Building Rules section directly below, to be used as quick reference during your stay at the Executive Centre apartments. "EC Resident" shall refer to all student occupants on the Property, and "Units" shall refer to all rooms on the Property. Please take the time to read these Executive Centre Community Policies/House Rules and make yourself aware of them.

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All HPU residents must acknowledge and agree to the following while residing at the Executive Centre. Additional University and building rules may be established or may be amended from time to time during the occupancy period at the Executive Centre; residents may reference this site or email messages sent directly to students. 



WHAT TO BRING to executive centre

Getting ready to move into your room at HPU is one of the most exciting times of the year. It's fun to reflect your personality and create a relaxing haven in the midst of campus.

You will be free to customize your space - decorating possibilities are endless as long as you remember to abide by some basic guidelines. Housing and Residence Life has put together a list of things that will help you organize for your move-in to campus, including a list of items that are not allowed and should be left at home. Be sure to get in touch with your roommates to coordinate items that can be shared (such as décor, etc.).

All apartments are double occupancy rooms (share a room and bathroom with another student; studio double 450-465 SQF; standard double 535-570 SQF; deluxe double 591-859 SQF). An apartment is furnished with basic furniture: XL twin size beds, a shared closet; kitchen includes a stove top/oven, microwave, and refrigerator; living area includes sofa, coffee table, TV and TV stand, and a desk-chair.


Bedrooms have XL twin size mattresses. Bring one set of sheets (top/flat sheet, bottom/fitted sheet), blanket, pillow and pillow case. 

**bath soap/gel
**dental hygiene
**contact lens/vision care
**hair care
**shaving/grooming supplies
Shower caddy (with drainage)
Shower shoes
Bath mat
Shower curtain
One set of towels (hand towel, bath towel, wash cloth)

Closet organizer
Laundry detergent (liquid only)
Dryer sheets
Stain remover
Laundry hamper or bag

Painters tape 

Note: Residents are prohibited from hanging, sticking or pinning of posters or other materials in the room that damage the walls. Other decorations may be allowed if, and only if, there is no impact on the fire systems, there is no adhesive (other than painter’s tape) and there are no holes in the walls. Ddecorations are never allowed on the lanai portions of the Housing Unit. 

Laptop and cables
Game console(s)
Multiple-outlet surge protector


Apartment comes with a kitchen (stove top/oven, microwave, and refrigerator). Consider dishes, cups, silverware, pots, and pans. Refer to the Approved Appliances in the Community Policies and Building Rules for more information.

Face Masks
Rechargeable batteries
Hand sanitizer
First-aid kit
Stacking shelves
Organizational containers
Cleaning supplies (disinfectant spray/wipes, natural cleaning products, dust pan and broom, paper towels)

Note: Please follow the CDC guidelines to cleaning and disinfecting your home. 


**Please note that possession of the following PROHIBITED ITEMS in university housing facilities may represent a violation of Residence Life policies, the Hawai'i Pacific University Code of Student Conduct, or both. PLEASE LEAVE THESE ITEMS AT HOME!

Air conditioners
Alcohol or alcohol paraphernalia (including shot glasses and empty containers) if under 21
Amplified musical instruments
Cinder blocks
Command hooks/wall putty
Explosives (including fireworks, firearms or weapons)
Extension cords
George Foreman grills
Halogen lamps
Hot plates
Hot water dispensers
Instant Pots
Illicit drugs or any drug-related paraphernalia including water pipes or hookahs of any type
Incense and other flammables
Extension cord without surge protection
Personal furniture (i.e. bed frames, mattresses, upholstered or stuffed furniture, futons, recliners, or wicker furniture)
Pets (except fish in a 5-gallon or less tank)
Sandwich Press
Space heaters
Toaster Oven
Tobacco and tobacco/smoking paraphernalia (including vapes and e-cigarettes) if under 21
Wall-mounted televisions
Non-university supplied lofts
Weapons (including knives, brass knuckles, clubs, etc.)


If you have any questions or are unsure about an item, please contact Housing and Residence Life.


DINING ON-CAMPUS:  EC Residents may opt-in to the Executive Centre meal plan can be used at the Pier Nine at Aloha Tower Marketplace.

LAUNDRY: The washer and dryer machines are coin-operated and are located on the 3rd floor in the building ($2.00 wash/$1.50 dry cycle; prices subject to change)

MAIL SERVICE: EC Residents will be assigned a mailbox in the building. More information will be available at check-in. Do not send mail/packages until you receive your mailroom key. Packages cannot be held for more than 24 hours. 

Please use the following format for your address. If mail/package is not properly labeled, it will be returned to the sender.

Your Name
c/o HPU @ Executive Centre
Unit # _____ 
1088 Bishop Street 
Honolulu, HI 96813

MAINTENANCE: At check-in, residents will receive instructions on how to submit an online maintenance request and how to contact the Property Management staff.

PARKING: Parking is not included and spaces are limited. Students may inquire about parking options at the Executive Centre by contacting Aloha Hubbard at 808-509-8600 or To be eligible, you must be enrolled at HPU, reside in HPU university housing, and show proof of HPU student residency status. Tentative discounted student price: $275/month vehicle and $75/month moped; prices are subject to change.

KEYS: EC Residents will be given an apartment door key card, mailbox key, and elevator key fob at check-in. Residents must report lost/stolen cards immediately to the Residence Life and Front Desk staff, who will be able to reissue a new key card. Refer to the Waikiki Vista Community Policies and Building Rules for additional information.

UTILITIES INCLUDED: Electricity, water, air conditioning, wifi, cable television. In unit washer and dryer available in deluxe double occupancy units.

BUILDING AMENITIES: Laundry room, swimming pool, and pantry; building ssecurity personnel and secured building area.

HPU STAFF: Student programs and support by the HPU Residence Life staff.