Housing and Meal Rates

Housing and Meal Rates

Applications for the 2022-2023 academic year are now open! Apply early for your best chance at securing a spot.

If you have questions, contact the Housing and Residence Life staff at housing@hpu.edu or (808) 544-1436.

WATERFRONT LOFTS Residential Community

2022-2023 AcademIc YEAR Dates

August 24, 2022 - May 8, 2023

 

Note: Not all unit types listed here will be available. Units will be offered based on availability. Waterfront Lofts units are currently available to first-year and transfer students only.

When you live at the Waterfront Lofts at the Aloha Tower Marketplace, you live literally right on the water - with all the amenities you need located nearby. When you are hungry, the dining facility Pier Nine is your go-to spot. And, when you live at the Lofts, you are supported by caring residential staff Community Advisors. For images/videos of Waterfront Lofts units, check out our Instagram (@hpureslife) in the highlights under WFL Room Type.

2nd Floor Loft Units: Each loft is configured differently and houses four to seven students who share two or three bedrooms in the loft. Residents in each loft share a single or double bathroom. Lofts feature a living area with seating, and kitchenette (lower level cabinets, sink, counter space, and apartment-sized refrigerator). Some units may have a microwave. Please note that once it no longer works, residents are responsible for purchasing their own microwave (only new, unused microwaves permitted), if desired. Limit one microwave per unit.

2nd Floor Studios: Studios house two, three or four students who share a bathroom. All studios are equipped with a mini-fridge. Some units may have a microwave. Please note that once it no longer works, residents are responsible for purchasing their own microwave (only new, unused microwaves permitted), if desired. Limit one microwave per unit.

3rd Floor Residential Honors Community: Students share a bedroom (including lofted bed, desk and storage unit) with one, two or three roommates. The 3rd Floor Living Space features a communal kitchenette and snacking area, study spaces, community gathering space, and shared bathroom/shower facilities. NOTE: All 1st Year Residential Honors students are required to live in the 3rd Floor residences.

Utilities charges are included with the room rate for all units and occupancy types.

All students living in the Waterfront Lofts are required to purchase the meal plan. These meals are provided by the new full-service student dining facility, Pier Nine by Sam Choy, on the first floor of the Aloha Tower Marketplace. Meal plans are offered in three tiers. All meals are all you care to eat. The plans also include flex dollars for retail items, extra meals, or guests. Students must choose one plan when completing the Housing Application.

  • 14 Meals per week with $250 flex dollars: $3,620/semester
  • 16 Meals per week with $150 flex dollars: $3,899/semester
  • All Access with $50 flex dollars: $4,178/semester

 

Share a bedroom with one other student in a 2 or 3 BR Loft housing four to seven students. 

Housing: $6,517 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $10,137 OR $10,416 OR $10,695 per semester

Share a bedroom with three other students in a 2 or 3 BR Loft housing four to seven students.

Housing: $4,623 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $8,243 OR $8,522 OR $8,801 per semester

Private bedroom in a 2 or 3 BR Loft housing four to seven students. Singles are reserved for upperclassmen and students with accessible accommodations.

Housing: $7,074 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $10,694 OR $10,973 OR $11,252 per semester 

Share a bedroom and bathroom with one other student.

Housing: $5,904 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $9,524 OR $9,803 OR $10,082 per semester

Share a bedroom and bathroom with two other students.

Housing: $5,181 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $8,801 OR $9,080 OR $9,359 per semester

Share a bedroom and bathroom with three other students.

Housing: $4,623 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $8,243 OR $8,522 OR $8,801 per semester

*Priority housing for Residential Honors. All 1st Year Residential Honors students are required to choose a room type in the 3rd Floor community.

Share a large bedroom with 1 other student. Shared bathroom facilities in each building.

Housing: $5,181 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $8,801 OR $9,080 OR $9,359 per semester

*Priority housing for Residential Honors. All 1st Year Residential Honors students are required to choose a room type in the 3rd Floor community.

Share a large bedroom with 2 other students. Shared bathroom facilities in each building.

Housing: $4,901 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $8,521 OR $8,800 OR $9,079 per semester

*Priority housing for Residential Honors. All 1st Year Residential Honors students are required to choose a room type in the 3rd Floor community.

Share a large bedroom with 3 other students. Shared bathroom facilities in each building.

Housing: $4,623 per semester

Meal Plans (Choose one):

14 Meal per week: $3,620 per semester

16 Meals per week: $3,899 per semester

All Access: $4,178 per semester

TOTAL: $8,243 OR $8,522 OR $8,801 per semester

Hawaii Loa Campus Residential Community

2022-2023 AcademIc YEAR Dates

August 24, 2022 -  May 8, 2023

 

Note: Not all unit types listed here will be available. Units will be offered based on availability. Hawaii Loa Campus units are currently available to first-year and transfer students only.

Six residence halls.

192 beds.
135 acres of tropical landscape.
20-minute shuttle ride to downtown Honolulu.
Priceless views of the Ko'olau mountains.
One last chance to live at Hawai'i Loa Campus.

For images/videos of Hawaii Loa Campus units, check out our Instagram (@hpureslife) in the highlights under HLC Room Type.

New residents are required to purchase either a 10- or 14-meals per week meal plan. Meals can be eaten at the Dining Commons at the Hawaii Loa Campus or at Pier Nine by Sam Choy at the Aloha Tower Marketplace. Both triple- and double-occupancy housing is offered at the Hawaii Loa Campus. Single-occupancy rooms may be offered after May 1 based on availability.

Share bedroom with 1 other student; share bathroom with 1 to 4 other students.

Room Cost: 
$3,785 per semester

Meal Plan:
10 Meals per week + $100 flex dollars: $3,360 per semester
14 Meals per week + $100 flex dollars: $3,570 per semester

Total per Semester (Room Cost + Meal Plan):

$7,145-$7,355

Share bedroom with 2 other students; share bathroom with 2 to 4 other students.

Room Cost: 
$3,461 per semester

Meal Plan:
10 Meals per week + $100 flex dollars: $3,360 per semester
14 Meals per week + $100 flex dollars: $3,570 per semester

Total per Semester (Room Cost + Meal Plan):

$6,821-$7,031

Singles ONLY offered after MAY 1 - IF space is available

Private bedroom, private bath OR share bath with up to 3 other students

Room Cost: 
$4,867 per semester

Meal Plan:
10 Meals per week + $100 flex dollars: $3,360 per semester
14 Meals per week + $100 flex dollars: $3,570 per semester

Total per Semester (Room Cost + Meal Plan):

$8,227-$8,437

Waikiki Vista Residential Community

2022-2023 AcademIc YEAR Dates

August 24, 2022 - May 8, 2023

 

Note: Not all unit types listed here will be available. Units will be offered based on availability. Waikiki Vista units are available to continuing students, transfer students, graduate students, and visiting/exchange students only.

Hawai‘i Pacific University offers additional student housing for the 2022-2023 year at the Waikiki Vista located at 2241 Kapiolani Boulevard. We envision that the entire building will be dedicated to HPU students. Accommodations include standard and deluxe double and standard triple occupancy rooms. All rooms are non-smoking. Each unit is fully furnished, including a mini-refrigerator, microwave, and has a private bathroom and central air conditioning. In addition, Waikiki Vista provides a large student center/lounge where residents can network, study, and relax with friends and peers. For a view of the Waikiki Vista rooms, click here

Waikiki Vista overlooks Ala Wai Community Park and is within walking distance to Waikiki and Ala Moana Shopping Center. The building is only 3 miles from Aloha Tower Marketplace and one bus ride to downtown Honolulu. A jogging and bike path along the Ala Wai Canal is within steps away from the Waikiki Vista, as well as a convenience store in the neighboring Marco Polo condominium. The McCully Shopping Center is a few short blocks away and offers a coffee shop, restaurants, 7-Eleven, and a Saturday morning farmers market. The views from the rooms are an added bonus, as you can see the park and baseball field below, Diamond Head to the east, and the Waikiki skyline. Housing and Residence Life staff will reside at the Waikiki Vista. Residents will participate in onsite programs and activities coordinated by Housing and Residence Life staff, and have access to university events to meet and make friends at the university.   

In addition to the HPU campus shuttle, students may catch a city bus a block away from the Waikiki Vista with a direct route to downtown where HPU’s classes are held. TheBus, as it’s known, has routes that cover all of O‘ahu, including a popular Beach Bus, and HPU students receive a free, unlimited pass to ride.

Students living at Waikiki may opt into a special meal plan created just for Waikiki Vista Residents, offering 8 meals per week and $250 flex dollars for $2,500 per semester. Students at Waikiki Vista can also choose any of the meal plans offered to Waterfront Lofts residents or can opt out of a meal plan altogether. All meals are provided by Aramark at Pier Nine by Sam Choy, the full-service student dining facility on the first floor of the Aloha Tower Marketplace, and at the Hawaii Loa Campus Dining Commons. The plans also include student dining flex dollars for extra meals or guests.

Share bedroom and bathroom with 1 other student (provides a little more room than the Standard Double).

Room Cost: 
$5,300 per semester

Optional Meal Plan:
8 Meals per week + $250 flex dollars: $2,500 per semester

Total per Semester (Room Cost + Optional Meal Plan):

$7,800

Share bedroom and bathroom with 1 other student.

Room Cost: 
$4,850 per semester

Optional Meal Plan:
8 Meals per week + $250 flex dollars: $2,500 per semester

Total per Semester (Room Cost + Optional Meal Plan):

$7,350

Share bedroom and bathroom with 2 other students.

Room Cost: 
$4,500 per semester

Optional Meal Plan:
8 Meals per week + $250 flex dollars: $2,500 per semester

Total per Semester (Room Cost + Optional Meal Plan):

$7,000